Religion at East Carolina is studied in a nonsectarian, interdisciplinary
fashion, providing students with an understanding of religion as an historical
and cultural phenomenon. Our program neither excludes nor promotes any religious
tradition or viewpoint. Courses are taught by professors from a variety of backgrounds
who bring diverse scholarly interests to the subject.
In addition to the academic programs on campus, the East Carolina Religious Studies
Program offers a number of other services and opportunities to the
campus and to the eastern North Carolina region.
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