School of Religion
Why Religion at Southern?
The School of Religion equips students for a variety of professions as pastors, chaplains, teachers, archaeologists, language scholars, and many more.
Southern Adventist University’s School of Religion has comprehensive programs in theology and pastoral care.
A large percentage of religion graduates are hired before or within a few months of graduation.
Southern’s undergraduate program in archeology is one of only several in the entire country and the Near Eastern Studies curriculum is one of only three such undergraduate programs in the United States that instruct from a biblical perspective.
The missions major prepares students to serve as cross-cultural or hometown missionaries.
The curriculum is highly practical, with three preaching classes and two evangelism classes.
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Beyond the Classroom
Academic programs are complemented with practical learning experiences in the community and beyond.
Ben Crerar and Billy Freck describe how their religion degree at Southern prepared them for a fulfilling life of purpose and ministry. They look back at specific classes and moments in their education and how they are still applying those insights in their careers today.
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