Download copies of the Divinity School's brochures and informational literature.
One of the hallmarks of any campus visit—or on-the-road conversation with an admissions representative—is the procurement of a visit folder containing both general and tailored literature about a school and its degree programs and community life. Recognizing that not all prospective and admitted students have the chance to make it to Swift Hall (even while we hope you will), we collect, here, a great many of the school's informational publications for your review. Once you have filled your digital folder, consider scheduling a Skype appointment with the Divinity School's Coordinator for Recruiting and Admissions, John Howell, who can be reached at or (773) 702-8249.
The 2014-15 University of Chicago Divinity School Teaching Faculty Book - An annual publication, the Teaching Faculty Book contains teaching and research profiles for all of the School's primary, affiliated, and visiting faculty. Prospective students may also browse online faculty profiles, organized by name or by area of study, on the Faculty division of the Divinity School website.
The Ministry Program Brochure offers an overview of the MDiv degree program and its distinctive features, including sections on the program's ethos, field education opportunities, alumni placement, and cohort-based preparation and discernment.
The Ministry Program Handbook offers a comprehensive overview of degree program guidelines, typical course schedules, field education, the Senior Ministry Project, and available dual degree programs.
Please also visit the Ministry Program's pages on the Divinity School website.
Anthropology and Sociology of Religion
- ASR1 - Classical Theories (examination bibliography)
- ASR2 - Contemporary Theories (examination bibliography)
- ASR3 - From Colonialism to Globalization (examination bibliography)
- ASR4 - Modern Islam and Power (examination bibliography)
History of Christianity
- HC1 - Ancient, to 600 CE (examination bibliography)
- HC2 - Medieval, 600-1300 CE (examination bibliography)
- HC3 - Early Modern, 1300-1600 CE (examination bibliography)
- HC4 - Modern, 1600-present (examination bibliography)
History of Judaism
History of Religions
Philosophy of Religions
Religion and Literature
- Complete area guidelines, including examination information
- Indian Philosophy (examination guidelines)
Religions in America
- RAME1 - The Religious History of the United States and Colonial North American (examination bibliography)
- RAME2 - Secularization, Pluralism, and Migration (examination bibliography)
Area-wide Constructive Studies Examinations
- Hermeneutics and Religious Reflection (examination bibliography)
- Issues in Contemporary Theory (examination bibliography)
Area-wide Historical Studies Examinations
The Master of Arts in Religious Studies (AMRS) program overview brochure offers a quick glimpse of the distinctive features of this program, including sample courses of study and quotations from former and current students. After reviewing the brochure, consider head over to the AMRS page on the Academic Programs division of the Divinity School website to learn more.
The Craft of Teaching in the Academic Study of Religion program brochure offers a brief overview of the program's mission, seminars, workshops, and certification process. For more information about the program, including a schedule of upcoming events and a program archive, visit the Craft of Teaching pages on the Academic Programs division of the Divinity School website.