Theological study long has attempted to address the most profound questions of existence and the meaning of the human religious experience. Theology courses ask these questions with attention to the universally human and particular focus on the Judeo-Christian tradition. The Catholic expression of that tradition receives the greatest, but not exclusive, emphasis.
A major in Theology prepares students for range of careers in local or national church organizations, as well as in many community organizations. It also prepares for further work in academe or seminary and is an excellent complement to another major. As a discipline in the liberal arts, Theology refines critical thinking skills and teaches openness to the complexity of serious issues. A minor in the discipline provides students with greater knowledge of religious questions.
Kevin Godfrey, Ph.D.
Chair of Humanities
Francis Hall 216