Dr. Maria Calisi, Chairperson
The Department of Theology offers both a major and a minor in Theology.
Requirements for Theology Major
Degree of Bachelor of Arts
Six of the required credits for the major count towards the Core Curriculum Requirements.
|TH-110||Religious Faith in the Modern World 1||3|
|TH-120||Introduction to the Study of Christianity (or any 300-level course) 1||3|
|TH-300||Methods and Sources of Theology||3|
|TH-301||Modern Christian Community: The Church||3|
|TH-320||Old Testament Introduction||3|
|TH-330||New Testament Introduction||3|
|TH-350||Who Is Jesus Christ?||3|
May count towards the Core Theology Requirement. TH-121 may substitute for TH-110; and TH-122 may substitute for TH-120.
Special Notes on Major Requirements
Theology majors may take up to nine credits in approved cognate courses in other departments in fulfillment of the Theology electives requirement.
Courses in Classical and Modern Languages and in Philosophy are strongly recommended.
Students considering a major in Theology should take TH-110 and TH-120 (or any 300-level course) in their Freshman year. The Core Philosophy courses should be taken in Sophomore year.
Every student majoring in Theology must submit a Capstone Project during senior year according to departmental guidelines. The Honors thesis fulfills this requirement.
Requirements for a Minor in Theology
Three credits may be fulfilled in an approved cognate course in another department.
|TH-110||Religious Faith in the Modern World||3|
|TH-120||Introduction to the Study of Christianity (or any 300-level course)||3|