Pursue Your Interest in Faith and Religion
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Apply your faith-based skills in these careers:
Religious Studies Courses
Challenge yourself and your personal beliefs. Religious studies courses immerse class lectures and discussions with faith and reason.
REL 499 Selected Topics-Advanced
REL 490 Religion Capstone
REL 461 Travel Seminar
REL 450 Internship
REL 360 Death, Dying, and Life after Death
REL 355 Spiritual Formation II
REL 340 Exploring Christian Ministry
REL 314 World Religions
REL 323 Biblical Interpretation/Proclamatn
REL 216 The Life and Letters of Paul
REL 215 The Life and Teaching of Jesus
REL 210 Understanding the Old Testament
REL 302 Faith and Reason
REL 155 Spiritual Formation
NPA 311 Social Justice and Civic Engagement
NPA 210 Principles Leadership/Service
REL 112 Christian Faith and Practice
PHL 220 Introduction to Ethical Issues
ENT 224 Entrepreneurial Leadership I: Innovation and Problem Solving
Get to Know Your Professors
Pursue your faith-based career. Our low student-to-faculty ratio offers valuable one-on-one interaction with professors.
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Learn as an Intern
With our United Methodist Church affiliation, internships with churches or other local religious organizations are offered. The Denver Urban Semester program supports students from rural areas by providing the opportunity to experience other cultures in the heart of a city. Expand your understanding of God’s people and His plan for you.