• Identify, appraise, and engage critical issues in philosophical, theological, sociological, historical, and
comparative methodologies of the study of religion and contemporary societies.
• Evaluate religion on the basis of the Christian canon (Holy Bible), reason, tradition, and experience and
defend Christianity through a Wesleyan-Armenian theological prospective.
• Explain an apologetic for diverse worldviews of a variety of philosophical, religious, and theological
• Appraise religious texts, tenets, and traditions, and communicate this analysis logically, coherently,
concisely, and clearly, both in oral and written forms.
• Create professional goals in areas of learning and teaching that will be priorities of further study and
inquiry for life-long learning and/or graduate study.