<!-- Image with unknown copyright status removed: -->The University of Chicago Divinity School
is a graduate institution at the University of Chicago
dedicated to the training of academics and clergy across religious boundaries. Formed under Baptist auspices, the school today lacks any sectarian tests or affiliations, despite having a largely Judeo-Christian numerical leaning in terms of its faculty and student body in line with other University affiliated divinity schools
in the United States.
It is ranked number one in the field of religious studies according to the National Research Council
's measure of faculty quality in its survey of all doctoral granting programs in religious studies. Along with the departments of religious studies/religion at Harvard, Yale and Columbia University, it is responsible for training the majority of those appointed to tenure track positions in religious studies at American universities. The school offers courses leading to the Ph.D. in history of religions, anthropology and sociology of religion, religion and literature, history of Christianity, history of Judaism, Islamic studies, biblical studies, philosophy of religion, theology, and religious ethics.
The University of Chicago Divinity School grants the following degrees:
The Divinity School also offers several dual... Read More