What Butler Religion Graduates Do
Butler Religion graduates do all kinds of things. Some recent
graduates have gone to grad school, pursuing courses of study in
such fields as the following:
- PhD in Islam at Rice University
- JD in Law at Indiana University - Purdue University
- Law degree at the University of Chicago
- Public Policy at the University of Chicago
- MD at Indiana University
- Masters in Educational and Arts Ministries at Christian
- Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Valparaiso
- Veterinary Technician license at Purdue University
- Renaissance Literature at Emory University
- Creative Writing at Hamline University
- International Development at the University of Denver
- Masters in student personnel management at Miami
University of Ohio
- Masters in medieval history at Eastern Illinois University
One of our graduates recently got her Bachelor of Science in
Nursing. Another has become an actress.
Some students who study religion at Butler enter the ministry.
Matt Kelley currently pastors Bethlehem United Methodist Church in
Clarksville, Tennessee, and has a blog, The
Truth as Best I Know It. Jill Howard is associate
pastor at Memorial United Methodist Church in Terre
Haute, Indiana. Lori Bievenour is associate pastor at St. Peter's United Church of Christ in Carmel,
Indiana, as well as serving on the College of Liberal
Arts and Sciences board of visitors.
Butler religion graduates work with companies and organizations
as diverse as Marquette University, the Indiana State
Museum, and the Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic. They have
spent time in the Peace Corps. They have become public school
teachers. They have become registered nurses.
Read more about what our graduates have been doing in the
full-page profiles about Brian Anderson, Nick
Bohannan, Ann Herbert, Kara
Oliver, Stephanie Slemp, and Renee Tapp.
What can you do with a degree in religion from Butler
University? The short answer is anything you can