Tempe Campus Academic Course Schedule

The University of Mary - Tempe offers a full schedule of classes each semester. All classes are taught in-person by accomplished local faculty and transfer to ASU. See the course calendar below and contact us if you have any questions.

University of Mary-Tempe classes are offered on-site at 230 East University Drive, Tempe, AZ.

Fall 2017 CLASSES

Theological Studies

  • THE 112 Introduction to Theology
    Instructor: Dr. Jo Markette
    Tues / Thurs 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
    (transfers as elective credit to ASU)

  • THE 208 Intro to Christian Ethics
    Instructor: Professor Joe Cady
    Tues / Thurs 1:00 - 2:30 pm
    (transfers as elective credit to ASU)

  • THE 330 The Gospels
    Instructor: Professor Hoyt
    Tues / Thurs 2:45 - 4:15 pm
    (transfers as elective credit to ASU)

Catholic Studies

  • CTH 101 The Great Catholic Adventure
    Instructor: Professor Larry Fraher
    Online - 09/06/17 to 12/20/17
    (transfers as HU, H elective credit to ASU)

  • CTH 330 Catholicism and the Modern World
    Instructor: Dr. Ryan Hanning
    Tues / Thurs 8:45 - 10:15 am
    (transfers as HU, H elective credit to ASU)


THE 112 Introduction to Theology

This course explores the nature, sources, methods, and history of the various disciplines of Christian theology by engaging in reasoned reflection upon revelation in Scripture and Tradition.

THE 208 Introduction to Christian Ethics

This course examines significant conceptions of the Christian moral life and their sources as well as their relationship to natural law and virtue-centered approaches. 

THE 330 The Gospels

This course examines the Gospels with regard to their background and development; their relationship to Jesus of Nazareth; their historical, literary, and canonical relationships; their narrative structure, theology and Christology; and their role in Christian faith, life and liturgy.

CTH 101 The Great Catholic Adventure (Online)

Introduces the interdisciplinary study of Catholic thought and culture: the interplay of Church and culture throughout the ages, the complementarity of faith and reason across multiple disciplines, and integration of faith and life as a whole. 

CTH 330 Catholicism and the Modern World

A comprehensive examination of Catholicism in relation to historical developments beginning in the Enlightenment and French Revolution. Treats the challenges and possibilities stemming from the encounter between Catholicism and the modern world as expressed In Ideas, cultures, and events since the eighteenth century.