What do you do with a Religion degree?

What can you do with a degree in religion from Butler University? The short answer is anything you can imagine.

Butler Religion graduates do all kinds of things. Some recent graduates have gone to grad school, pursuing courses of study in such fields as Master of Divinity at Yale University, Doctor of Ministry at Candler School of Theology at Emory University, PhD in Islam at Rice University, Master of Arts at Claremont Graduate School of Theology, JD in Law at Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis, Public Policy at the University of Chicago, Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Valparaiso University, and Renaissance Literature at Emory University.

Some students who study religion at Butler enter the ministry; others 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 about some of our recent graduates and the paths they have chosen below, or take a look at the results of a national study of the graduate school and workplace success of religion majors.