Many religious studies programs offer integrated courses in religious studies together with philosophy, for example, allowing students to draw on both disciplines in their exploration and analysis of philosophical and religious themes.
With a Masters
at Anderson University
you will have received a solid grounding in such fields as an introduction to theoretical and methodological approaches, Christianity and Islam, the Enlightenment, philosophy of mind, philosophy of language, the law, morality and society, and religion and philosophy in the world of education and business.
masters students: you will have engaged in advanced study and research in such areas as agnosticism, the nature of religious experience, the idea of perceiving God, and the relation between faith and reason.