Religious Studies considers theological and philosophical debates in world religions, sacred sites, conflict and apocalypse. Ethics combines well, considering the "morally right" in heritage ownership, sexuality, war, medicine and the environment. There are opportunities to visit sacred sites and the proximity of St Edmundsbury Cathedral and local groups such as Suffolk Interfaith may offer further opportunity to enhance your study. Graduates of Religious Studies and Ethics are well prepared for a range of occupations and their particular knowledge and skills are increasingly relevant to careers paths such as teaching (primary and secondary subjects such as citizenship, cultural studies and R.E.), advice worker, youth and social work, charity officer, archivist and counsellor. Many student continue to study at a Postgraduate level and teacher training.