With a Master’s degree in the study of religion, you are qualified to teach at upper secondary schools, folk high schools, training colleges and universities.
A degree in the study of religion also provides you with specific knowledge and understanding of the interaction between religion, culture and society, and you can describe and analyse topics such as the meeting between different religions and cultures. You can use these skills in jobs in humanitarian organisations, public administration, within staff development, communication and research, as well as in jobs dealing with culture in a broad sense.
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With a degree in the study of religion, you have the ability to: