We aim at helping our students to develop the following core competencies:
- Understanding of culture and human care
- Social and religious skills to help others
- Ability to compare and dialogue with other religions
Courses are centered on introduction to religion. Different religious traditions, cultures, history, scriptures, and thoughts combined with theory and practice are introduced to help students to lay the foundation for studies in comparative religion and interreligious dialogue.
Courses are designed to invite students to delve deeper into different religious traditions. Special attention is given to humanities and social phenomena and helps students to cultivate skills for comparative religion and interreligious dialogue.
Doctoral degree (Ph.D.)
Religious studies and comparative religion form the foundation of the Ph.D. program. Delving deeper into various religious traditions, students are invited to enhance their ability to compare religious traditions and enter into dialogue with them.