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London Religion Program

Students can complete their Religion GE requirements in one of the world's most vibrant and cosmopolitan cities. In-class learning in London will be augmented by a 5-day international field trip to experience some of the world's best preserved biblical sites in person. The destination of the Summer Religion field trip is still being confirmed, but past destinations include Athens, Corinth, ancient Ephesus, and Istanbul. The Summer Religion program will be an immersive international experience, allowing students to learn about the Bible in context and about the interaction between Religion and Politics around the world.

Program Dates

July 5, 2023 - August 2, 2023

Dates above indicate a planned departure date from the US and in-country return departure date.


Tuition: $1,955 per unit (same as Malibu tuition per unit)

Room & Board: $2,568

Program Specific Costs:

Global Health Fee: $108 (estimated)

Required Vital Documents and Deadlines

Completed IP Document Submission Form including the following documents:

  • **For summer students also enrolled in an AY program, please contact IP regarding your Health Clearance Form and Flight Itinerary submission due date in order for it to be valid for both/all programs.
  • Visa Copy for non-US passport holders: April 17, 2023
  • Dates are subject to change
  • Refer to the COVID-19 vaccine policies section of our global policies page for COVID-19 vaccine requirements and current conditions.

Course Requirements

6 unit minimum requirement. Students will take both REL 102 and REL 301. 

Course Offerings

REL 102 New Testament in Context (3)

GE: Christianity & Culture

Prerequisite: REL 101

Literary, historical, and theological study of the New Testament writings, with attention to their origins in the Early Jewish and Greco-Roman world and their subsequent influence.

REL 301 Christianity and Culture (3) 

GE: Christianity & Culture

Prerequisite: REL 101

A study of ways in which Christianity shapes such aspects of culture as art, literature, music, medicine, law, secularization, ecology, racial and ethnic issues, and education, and ways in which these, in turn, influence Christian life and faith.




Dr. Rick Marrs

Religion and Philosophy Division, Seaver College 


J. Christopher Soper

Distinguished Professor of Political Science, Seaver College




Updated: 08.16.2022