The Bachelor of Arts in Religion (B.A.) provides opportunities to study the meaning, purpose, and destiny of human life in relationship with diverse notions of "the sacred." As such it equips students to understand the mental disposition, beliefs, values, experiences, and histories of communities of faith as expressed in their dependence and fellowship with God, varied worship activities, sacred literature, and service to society.
Committed to the Christian tradition and The United Methodist Church, the Religion Program offers three concentrations to prepare students for a religious career. In the Religious Studies concentration, students concentrate primarily on Biblical and Christian theological themes along with an in-depth study of one other major world religion. In the Christian Vocation - Music concentration, students concentrate on the integration of theological studies and music to serve churches in their worship ministry more effectively. In the Christian Vocation - Religious Education concentration, students concentrate on the integration of theological studies and education to serve churches in their teaching ministry more effectively.
The Rev. Dr. Aquiles E. Martinez
7300 Reinhardt Circle
Waleska, Georgia 30183
Rev. Dr. Aquilez Martinez and a student
at the Gordy Center Cafeteria.