Yes, this is possible. Make an appointment to see the Director of Undergraduate Studies, and be sure to bring with you syllabi from your other tutorials and a completed Plan of Study from the Study of Religion.
Some of our students are religious and some are not. Those who are religious practice different faiths—Judaism, Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism and others. There is no presumption that students in religion will believe in God or practice a certain faith.
In the religion program students study a range of human experiences that have produced much of the greatest literature of the world, inspired its art and philosophy and shaped its moral consciousness. As a small concentration at Harvard, the Study of Religion is an intimate community within the larger university. Religion students regularly interact with faculty members and graduate students who share their interests. Tutorials are small (frequently one-on-one) and tailored to student interests. Student satisfaction with our program is consistently very high.