The Department of Religion is Seton Hall’s home for comparative religion, comparative theology, inter-religious dialogue, and ecumenical studies. The Religion curriculum focuses on the theological, ethical, and cultural dimensions of Catholic, Orthodox, and Protestant Christianity and other religious traditions, particularly the Jewish and Muslim traditions. The Department offers a major and minor in Religion, and also a Master of Arts degree in Jewish-Christian Studies.
The awarding of a Bachelor of Arts in Religion requires a total of
30 credits completed in the major, including the Methods in the Study
of Religion and Theology course and the Capstone Seminar, as well as
the completion of the College of Arts and Sciences core requirements.
To talk to a faculty adviser, contact Anthony Sciglitano, Ph.D., chair
of the Department of Religion
or (973) 275-5847.