Religious Studies

Explore the world's faith traditions and the role of religion in culture.

Take courses ranging from "Cults in America" to "Women in Judaism and Islam" and examininge the history, beliefs, practices, and role of religion in creating and shaping the world's cultures and societies.

Your studies take you on a journey through history, allowing you to comprehend religious beliefs along with their philosophical and psychological underpinnings, to appreciate the varieties of religious experience, to consider the impact and meaning of religious pluralism in America, and to assess the role that religions have historically played in shaping society's values.

Major and Minor Requirements

Visit the Rollins catalogue to access the program requirements.

Contact

Department of Philosophy and Religion
French House
1000 Holt Avenue,  BoxAve. – 2773
Winter Park, FL 32789
T. 407.646.2139
Department of Philosophy and Religion website
Dawn Ames
Administrative Assistant
French House
407.646.2139
Tom Cook
Professor
French House 103
407.646.2518
Mario D'Amato
Associate Professor
French House 206
407.691.1096
Todd French
Visiting Assistant Professor
French House
407.646.2139
Yudit Greenberg
Professor
French House 205
407.646.2176
Erik Kenyon
Visiting Assistant Professor
French House 102
407.691.1062
Margaret McLaren
Professor
French House 102
407.646.1508
Ryan Musgrave
Associate Professor
French House 104
407.646.2177
Scott Rubarth
Associate Professor
French House 104
407.691.1062
Eric Smaw
Associate Professor
407.691.1752