Religion and Philosophy Academic Plan

This 4-year plan will help guide you through your pathway to profession with your Religion and Philosophy major. It is a sampling of the route you can take to your degree. (The contents of this 4-year plan are subject to modifications.)

Credit hours required to graduate:124
Freshman Fall
CourseCredits
COMP 201Writing 13
GNST 110Friends Experience 11
REL 222Introduction to Christian Living3
MATH 111College Algebra3
REL 125Survey of the Bible 3
Arts General Education Course3
Hours16
Freshman Spring
CourseCredits
COMP 202Writing 23
GNST 111Friends Experience 21
SPCH 100Public Speaking3
REL 350Introduction to Christian Spiritual Formation3
PHIL 100Introduction to Philosophy3
NATSNatural Science General Education Course4
Hours17
Sophomore Fall
CourseCredits
PHIL 180Introduction to Ethics3
REL 250/251Christian Heritage3
Or History of Christian Spiritual Formation
GREK 101Greek 14
PHIL 160Critical Thinking3
Business General Education Course3
Hours16
Sophomore Spring
CourseCredits
PSYC 100Introduction to Psychology3
REL 232Bible in Christian Spiritual Formation3
GREK 202Greek 24
RELUpper Division Bible Specific Course3
Elective or Minor Course3
Hours16
Junior Fall
CourseCredits
FINC 140Personal Finance3
REL 494Internship 21
RELM 370Living as an Apprentice of Jesus3
PHIL 310Applied Christian Ethics3
REL 330Old Testament Studies3
Elective or Minor Course3
Hours16
Junior Spring
CourseCredits
REL 101Faith at Friends3
REL 494Internship 21
RELM 375Renovation of the Heart3
RELM 471Career & Vocation in God's Kingdom3
REL 340New Testament Studies3
Elective or Minor Course3
Hours16
Senior Fall
CourseCredits
SOCI 260Cultural Anthropology3
REL 460Classic & Contemporary Religious Issues3
Elective or Minor Course3
Elective or Minor Course3
Elective or Minor Course3
Hours15
Senior Spring
CourseCredits
RELM 494 Internship 23
REL 401Advanced Studies 3
PHILUpper Division Course in Philosophy3
Elective or Minor Course3
Hours12
Total Credit Hours:124

Suggested minors that pair well with the Religion and Philosophy major are: Business Administration, Management, Entrepreneurship, Psychology, Sociology, and Writing.