This program aims at training students who would like to specialize in religious disciplines. The courses are conducted in Turkish (%70) and Arabic (%30), and there is a one-year preparatory Arabic language class for students who do not have the required level in the language. Graduates are expected to have a comprehensive knowledge of religious studies and to be able to critically evaluate the Islamic intellectual heritage. They may enter a wide variety of professions. They may pursue academic careers or work as teachers of religion and ethics at high schools. They may also seek employment in religious services under various governmental and non-governmental institutions.