Religion

Transferable skills that Religion majors develop
Students studying Religion acquire many skills that can easily transfer to any subject matter:

Ability to communicate logically
Debating  skills 
Oratory skills
Deductive reasoning
Self-discipline
Ability to pursuing, explore and explain intangible ideas
Curiosity
Ability to approach and understand cultures different from one's own
Objectivity
Reasoning with complex, abstract theories  

Possible job titles for Religion majors:  
Chaplain
College/University Official
Counselor
Director of Youth Ministries
Journalist
Librarian
Missionary
Minister
Pastor
Pastoral Services Coordinator
Priest
Professor
Psychologist
Social Worker
Teacher
Writer 

Types of employers:
Archives
Bookstores
Business corporations
Churches & Religious Organizations
Educational Institutions
Foundations
Nonprofit Organizations
Government Agencies
Hospitals & Nursing Homes
Libraries
Magazines & Newspapers
Military
Mission Boards
Public Relations Firms
Publishers
Research Institutes
Social Services Agencies

Visit the H-SC Religion Department website or catalogue!

Other sources of information
Career counselors, alumni, and faculty members are great resources. Visit Career Education early and often, and talk to professors in your major and related fields. Career Coaches can help connect you with alumni in career fields that interest you for informational interviews. Professional associations are excellent sources of career and employment information, and many of them have websites.  Contact the following organization for more information:

American Academy of Religion