Catholic Studies Major
The Catholic Studies major is an interdisciplinary program devoted to the study of the Catholic tradition. In most cases, Catholic Studies is expected to be a second major, bringing the immense riches of our Catholic faith and Catholic culture into every discipline of the university.
- CATH 201: The Word of God in Human Words: Introduction to Scripture
- CATH 205: I Believe: Principles of the Catholic Faith
- CATH 301: The Human Drama: The Catholic Church Through the Ages
Development in the Life of the Church (sophomore/junior year)
Five elective courses from at least two of these five areas:
- Human Life and Community
- History and Persons
- Ideas and Doctrines
- Science, Technology and Medicine
- Catholicism and the Arts
At least three courses must be upper-division (300-400) for majors.
Determined in consultation with the Department Chair. Possibilities include:
- Independent study
The Catholic Studies major permits up to 15 credits to be transferred (subject to departmental review and approval).