Spreading the story of Christ’s love

Department of Religion & Biblical Languages
Buller Hall 111
8488 E Campus Circle Drive
(269) 471-3177

Start your journey at Andrews University's Religion Department.


Here's what awaits you:

  • World-renowned faculty: Engage with professors who are passionate about their fields, from biblical studies and theology to ethics and world religions.
  • Diverse academic programs: Choose from undergraduate and graduate programs designed to equip you for ministry, teaching, research, and more.
  • Vibrant faith community: Immerse yourself in a supportive environment where you can connect with fellow believers and explore your faith alongside others.
  • Global impact: Make a difference in the world through service-learning opportunities and international study programs.




At Andrews, you'll:

  • Uncover the richness of Christian tradition: Delve into scripture, history, and theology to gain a deeper understanding of your faith.
  • Develop critical thinking skills: Learn to analyze complex religious issues and engage in meaningful dialogue.
  • Prepare for a life of service: Gain the knowledge and skills to make a positive impact in your community and the world.

Join us in spreading the story of Christ's love.


What we do at Andrews University Religion Department is more than just offering courses and certificates. We equip you to change the world.

Here's how:

  • Ignite your faith: Delve into scripture with renowned professors, exploring its depths and contemporary relevance through rigorous coursework in biblical studies, theology, and history.
  • Deepen your knowledge: Expand your understanding of diverse religious traditions and engage in critical inquiry on topics like ethics, missiology, and world religions.
  • Sharpen your skills: Develop practical tools for ministry, education, and other fields through engaging courses in communication, leadership, and social justice.
  • Fuel your passion: Immerse yourself in service-learning opportunities, putting your faith into action and making a real difference in local and global communities.
  • Connect with community: Join a vibrant network of like-minded individuals, sharing experiences, supporting one another, and growing together in faith.


Featured Programs

BA Theological Studies

BA Religion

Certificates & Minors

Practicum Program

Program Prerequisites

Online Certificates

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Student Opportunities

1.Religion Forum

All majors in Religion & Theology are required to attend the weekly Religion Forum on Tuesdays from 11:30 a.m. -12:20 p.m. in the Newbold Auditorium in Buller Hall. The Forum provides worship and fellowship, departmental information, training in various aspects of ministry, and lectures on various topics of interest for any university student. Religion Forum is a zero-credit practicum class; each semester requires registration and attendance for every theology and religion major. Because ministry involvement is part of religious education, Religion Forum also includes a ministry requirement or service hours each semester.



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