Curriculum

Joint BA/BTh Degree Program

AreaRequirements
General Education RequirementsUp to 55 Hours (View the online college catalog, and navigate to the “Gen Ed Curriculum” link)
Religion 360:  Internship3 Hours of supervised field education experiences
Other Religion CoursesUp to 6 Hours only (not including the hours required for general education)
Minor or Upper Level Electives15-22 Hours
Other ElectivesThe balance of hours, but no less than 9 unless the student has taken on a double major
Tutorial Course3 Hours in Religion, Philosophy, or other discipline which can be justified as training for theological study (these hours will be counted in either the “Other Religion Courses” or “Minor or Upper Level Electives” listed above or they will be counted as part of a second major if the student chooses to complete one)
Minimum Number of Hours at Georgetown96
Religion Hours to Be Completed at Regent’s Park College in the BTh36
Total Hours Required for Graduation132

BA in Religion in preparation for the MTh

AreaRequirements
General Education RequirementsUp to 55 Hours (View the online college catalog, and navigate to the “Gen Ed Curriculum” link)
Required Religion Courses30 Hours including:  211, 231, 233, 235, 237, 301 or 303, 325 or 327, 329 or 411, 375 or 376, and 450.
Greek9 Hours including:  Religion 103, 104, and 203
Religion Electives12 Hours from:┬á Religion 111, 204, 319, 341, 377, and COA 311 (and other options not taken from the “Required Religion Courses” above)
Allied Courses9 Hours from:  Philosophy 355, History 338, Music 422, and Sociology 309
Total Hours in BA in Religion60
Suggested Minors (or electives within these disciplines):  Philosophy, English, Psychology, Sociology, History (others possible)15 minimum if no minor, and 18 minimum with a minor
Minimum Hours Required for Graduation120
Total Hours Required for Graduation132
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