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Religion—Library Resources: Home

A guide to conducting religion-related research at Miami Dade College (MDC), including information about our library, collection, and resources for faculty.


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This research guide focuses on library resources for MDC’s religion collection. Below you will find related titles and databases; useful research tools and services; information about our library, including how to access its resources; and information for faculty.

World Wide Web logoReligion Websites


Visit these websites to learn more about studying world religions:

Diploma with graduation capMDC Religion Program

Religion majors may compare religions of the world, study the inherent values of various religions, examine the impact of religion on culture and society and explore one religious system in depth. The two-year curriculum offers basic coursework in world and western religions, as well as an array of history courses. Students who obtain the Bachelor’s degree may pursue graduate theological studies or a ministerial career or they may seek work immediately in a religious organization.

Explore the MDC Associate in Arts, Religion Program

This LibGuide was created and is maintained by Kimberly Hughes. User suggestions and comments are welcome. The icons used in this LibGuide were produced by Icons8 and are used under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported license.