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Major in meaning and ask the biggest questions of all.

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By studying religion, you’ll engage in questions about life’s ultimate meaning and explore the profound influences of faith and tradition on every aspect of society and culture.

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Programs Offered

Sample Courses

  • How to Read the Bible: Story and Politics
  • Black Religion in the United States
  • Buddhism: Thought and Practice
  • Religion and Science
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Special Admission Requirements

There are no special admissions requirements for this program.

What Sets Us Apart

We require all students to take a religion course during their time at TCU. But this isn’t just about upholding the tradition of the “C” in our school’s name. We want all of our students to explore whatever facet of religion they’re interested in.

The religion department at TCU offers courses that explore the role, origins and impacts of multiple religions across our world.

Career Prospects

No matter what you want to do, understanding religion is essential to understanding humanity. When you study religion, you’re studying meaning – how we interpret, govern and determine our purpose in the world around us.