Tim McAlpine, PhD, Chair, Humanities & Fine Arts
Center for Global Citizenship, Room 106
(270) 384-8081 firstname.lastname@example.org
Terry Swan, DMin, Program Coordinator
John B. Begley Chapel Office Complex
(270) 384-8148 email@example.com
Full-time program faculty: David Calhoun, DMin; Troy
Elmore, MDiv; Curt Lee, PhD; Terry Swan, DMin
The Associate of Arts degree in Religion prepares students with
fundamental understandings of Christianity and world religions and
gives them the basic tools for inquiry in matters of faith and
Depending upon the general education program pursued,
students must earn either 60 or 64 credit hours to meet graduation
requirements. Some courses taken for the major may
simultaneously fulfill general education requirements. Please
see the Graduation Requirements (AA degree) section of this catalog
for information on the general education programs.
Program Requirements: 18
In addition to the appropriate general education program,
students must complete the major's core requirements and program
electives as indicated.
A. Core Requirements: 12 hours
- Christian Beliefs (RELI 1003) -- 3 hours
- Old Testament (RELI 1013) -- 3 hours
- New Testament (RELI 1023) -- 3 hours
- World Religions (RELI 1203) -- 3 hours
B. Program Electives: 6 hours
Choose two additional three-hour RELI courses.
Graduation from the Associate of Arts degree program in Religion
requires successful completion of all program course work with a
grade of C or better.