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Religious Studies: After Graduation

picture of campus statueA Bachelor of Arts degree in Religious Studies can lead you in many directions, both personally and professionally. Many of our graduates have pursued careers in the area of Church ministry, while others, with additional education, have pursued careers in a variety of other settings. Here are some of the possibilities that were named in a recent survey of our Religious Studies graduates:

  • High School Religion Teacher
  • Religious Education Director
  • Youth Minister
  • Priest / Ordained Minister
  • Women Religious
  • Retreat Director
  • Pastoral Associate
  • Hospital Chaplain
  • Director of Religious Formation
  • College Professor
  • Psychologist
  • Social Worker
  • School Principal
  • Speech-Language Pathologist
  • Community Coordinator
  • Special Education Teacher
  • Child Therapist
  • School Counselor
  • Nursing Home Director
  • Grade School Teacher
  • Librarian


For more information, contact Margaret Leombruni at

                                          Immaculata Hall

                                          Phone #570-340-6052