Sophomore students typically study with the Comparative Religion and Culture Program however other center/program options are available (see Junior Program).
The Comparative Religion and Culture Program, traveling to Taiwan, Thailand, and India over the course of the academic year, offers a set curriculum required of all students. Students take a two-semester sequence in the theory and method of comparison, while the remainder of the courses combines area studies with global studies with a focus on religion. The curriculum includes weekly site visits, field trips, and three weeks devoted to independent study.
Comparative Religion and Culture Program