Study the influence of Christianity.

Christian Studies

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The Department of Religious Studies offers a Minor program in Christian Studies. Christianity is not only the single most powerful influence on the history and development of Western civilization and culture, but the largest and most widespread religion in the world today.

The Minor in Christian Studies offers an academic and scholarly exploration, open to students of all backgrounds, of the fundamental Christian teachings and values, and of Christianity’s continuing role in the shaping of the contemporary world and its issues.

Want more information about Christian Studies? Leave your email address and we'll get in touch!
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Last Name:
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Careers:
  • Teacher
  • Church Counsellor
  • Pastor/Minister
  • Youth Group Leader
  • Social Worker
The Christian Studies program is located in SDU Main Building.
(902) 628-4353

REQUIREMENTS FOR A MINOR IN CHRISTIAN STUDIES

a.   Three core courses: 202, 211, 232
b.   Two courses from group C (Western Religious History)
c.    Two courses from group E (Religion and Modernity)

At least two courses in total should be at the 300 level.

For a complete list of courses and descriptions for the Christian Studies minor, please see the Christian / Catholic Studies tab on the Religious Studies Program page. 

Want more information about Christian Studies? Leave your email address and we'll get in touch!
First Name:
Last Name:
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Careers:
  • Teacher
  • Church Counsellor
  • Pastor/Minister
  • Youth Group Leader
  • Social Worker
The Christian Studies program is located in SDU Main Building.
(902) 628-4353
  • Joe Velaidum, Associate Professor, Chair
  • Philip G. Davis, Professor
  • Edward Y.J. Chung, Associate Professor
  • Peter Koritansky, Associate Professor
  • Denis Grecco, Assistant Professor
  • Ron Srigley, Assistant Professor
Overview

The Department of Religious Studies offers a Minor program in Christian Studies. Christianity is not only the single most powerful influence on the history and development of Western civilization and culture, but the largest and most widespread religion in the world today.

The Minor in Christian Studies offers an academic and scholarly exploration, open to students of all backgrounds, of the fundamental Christian teachings and values, and of Christianity’s continuing role in the shaping of the contemporary world and its issues.

Minor

REQUIREMENTS FOR A MINOR IN CHRISTIAN STUDIES

a.   Three core courses: 202, 211, 232
b.   Two courses from group C (Western Religious History)
c.    Two courses from group E (Religion and Modernity)

At least two courses in total should be at the 300 level.

For a complete list of courses and descriptions for the Christian Studies minor, please see the Christian / Catholic Studies tab on the Religious Studies Program page. 

Faculty
  • Joe Velaidum, Associate Professor, Chair
  • Philip G. Davis, Professor
  • Edward Y.J. Chung, Associate Professor
  • Peter Koritansky, Associate Professor
  • Denis Grecco, Assistant Professor
  • Ron Srigley, Assistant Professor

Overview

The Department of Religious Studies offers a Minor program in Christian Studies. Christianity is not only the single most powerful influence on the history and development of Western civilization and culture, but the largest and most widespread religion in the world today.

The Minor in Christian Studies offers an academic and scholarly exploration, open to students of all backgrounds, of the fundamental Christian teachings and values, and of Christianity’s continuing role in the shaping of the contemporary world and its issues.

Minor

REQUIREMENTS FOR A MINOR IN CHRISTIAN STUDIES

a.   Three core courses: 202, 211, 232
b.   Two courses from group C (Western Religious History)
c.    Two courses from group E (Religion and Modernity)

At least two courses in total should be at the 300 level.

For a complete list of courses and descriptions for the Christian Studies minor, please see the Christian / Catholic Studies tab on the Religious Studies Program page. 

Faculty

  • Joe Velaidum, Associate Professor, Chair
  • Philip G. Davis, Professor
  • Edward Y.J. Chung, Associate Professor
  • Peter Koritansky, Associate Professor
  • Denis Grecco, Assistant Professor
  • Ron Srigley, Assistant Professor
Want more information about Christian Studies? Leave your email address and we'll get in touch!
First Name:
Last Name:
E-mail:
Careers: 
Teacher
Church Counsellor
Pastor/Minister
Youth Group Leader
Social Worker

Calendar Courses

Calendar Courses

Calendar Courses

Full descriptions for courses in Christian Studies are listed on the Religious Studies program page.