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Learn to thrive as an undergraduate student at our school
If you’re interested in studying the development of human society, solving philosophical puzzles or exploring religious traditions, the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies at Arizona State University has an undergraduate degree program for you. Our rigorous and stimulating programs will help you understand the world and how it functions based on our traditions and values. You’ll develop skills in critical thinking, problem solving, writing and reasoning that’ll help you excel in today’s increasingly global work environment.
Your journey to join our school starts with your undergraduate admission application to ASU. When you apply, you’ll declare a major in Asia studies, history, Jewish studies, philosophy or religious studies.
Visit ASU Admission to start the application process.
Requirements and deadlines for undergraduate admission
There are no additional admission requirements for entry into our undergraduate programs beyond ASU’s admission requirements. However, these requirements may vary for different types of applicants. We encourage you to review the guidelines for your applicant type before submitting your application. You can browse the university’s admission webpages for additional information on how and when to apply, tuition costs and more.
We can’t wait for you to join the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies at ASU. If you have any further questions about the admission process, contact our team at 480-965-5778 or firstname.lastname@example.org.