Alumni from Queen's School of Religion work in a range of careers including media, law, government and business. Unlike a vocational degree that is designed to land you your first job, religious studies builds skills that last a lifetime. Along with critical thinking, writing and presenting skills, religious studies stands out because of its key differentiators. Religious studies is:
- cross cultural, so it emphasizes communicating with people who have different values from your own;
- complex, so you learn how to analyze an issue from many angles;
- controversial, so you learn how to discuss difficult issues with other people.
To learn what difference a Religious Studies degree can make, read our alumni profiles.
- Robyn Agoston, management consultant at KPMG
- Bonita Choi, cofounder CATCH
- Aleksander Ulanicki, portfolio manager at RBC Capital Markets