School of Philosophy and Religion

Charisma University’s School of Philosophy and Religion explores the nature of the real world, the foundation of human values, and basis for human reason. This program enables students to approach these issues by means of studying historical literature and contemporary developments. This program welcomes students interested in the study of Western and Eastern religious traditions and how these have become major influences on all civilizations. Charisma University’s philosophy and religion courses are ideal for students seek to develop and improve writing and analytical skills relevant to religious and philosophical discourse. Students of philosophy or religion eventually become more self-aware and more conscious of the world around them. This program provides the opportunity to learn principles of existence and ultimate human concerns. Moreover, the study of philosophy or religion assists students in developing multiple skills such as the ability to reason clearly, derive what is essential from large amounts of information and comprehend and analyze complicated texts.

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About the Dean


Dr. Jufang Tseng

Dr. Jufang Tseng is from Taiwan. She holds a B.A. in Radio and TV and a M.A. in Religious Studies from the National Chengchi University in Taiwan, and a Ph.D. degree in Religion and Culture from the Catholic University of America. She received mission training in South Africa and India in 2000 through Council for World Mission and helped the Presbyterian Churches in Taiwan with their ecumenical, youth and musical ministries. She specializes in Comparative Religion, Chinese Religions and Philosophies, World Religion, Theology of Marriage and Family, Religion and Culture, and Christian Spirituality.