Assistant Professor of Religious Studies
Director of the Office of Academic Opportunities
“Good teaching is a living art that requires not only mastery of the subject matter, but spontaneity, respect for the uniqueness of every student, and a healthy dose of entertainment. At a college like North Central, I can build meaningful relationships that transform. The transformation certainly works upon myself and, I trust, my students and colleagues also come away from our shared experiences with a richer vision of what it’s all about.”
Program and Degree Options
Religious Studies Major (B.A.): 30 credit hours, including REL 100 Introduction to World Religions, at least two 300-level courses, and at least one course in each of the following areas: Biblical heritage, history of religions, ethical and social dimensions of religion, and theology and philosophy of religion. Majors must also complete a portfolio of their work in religious studies at the end of their senior year. For more details about specific course offerings, please click here.
Religious Studies Minor: 21 credit hours, including REL 100 Introduction to World Religions, at least one 300-level course, and at least one course in each of the four areas listed above.