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Note from the Chair

While you have already made significant decisions regarding your future career, such as choosing your major and core courses for success in your chosen profession, it's important to acknowledge that life encompasses more than just one's professional path.

Here at the Department of Religious, Cultural, and Philosophical Studies, our mission is to broaden your horizons. We encourage you to explore the deeper meanings of life, fostering intellectual curiosity, global knowledge, critical thinking, personal responsibility, and ethical and cultural awareness.

Our Religious Studies courses delve into the spiritual aspects of life, allowing you to make well-informed decisions rooted in both faith and reason. These courses explore the intricate connections between spirituality, ethics, and belief systems, enhancing your understanding of how these elements shape our lives and influence our choices.

Our Philosophy courses are carefully designed to sharpen your critical thinking and logical reasoning abilities, providing the essential skills needed for profound reflection and analysis.

Similarly, our Sociology courses are meticulously crafted to expand your understanding of society, offering valuable perspectives that illuminate the world around you and the human experience.

Furthermore, the Department of Religious, Cultural, and Philosophical Studies provides students with the unique opportunity to pursue a Minor in Sociology or a Minor in Philosophy, enriching their comprehension of the dynamics of the society in which they live.

I invite you to engage with our courses, offering a rich tapestry of insights into both your own identity and the diverse world we inhabit. This holistic approach to education promises to enrich your life far beyond the boundaries of your chosen profession.


Pamela Azouri

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