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 across the street from ASU at 215 E. 7th Street.

SPRING 2017 CLASSES

Theological Studies

  • THE 110 Introduction to the Bible
    (3 cr. Elective at ASU)
    Instructor: Mr. Chris Zajdzinski
    Tues / Thurs 8:45-10:15 am
  • THE 203 Letters of the New Testament
    (3 cr. H, HU or elective at ASU)
    Instructor: Dr. Markette
    Tues / Thurs 12:45-2:15 pm
  • THE/HIS 303: Church History
    (3 cr. H, HU, or elective at ASU)
    Instructor: Dr. Hanning
    Thurs 2:30-4 pm
  • THE 429 Seminar in Theology
    (3 cr. Elective at ASU)
    Instructor: Mr. Fraher
    Thurs 10:30 am-12 pm

Catholic Studies

  • CTH 101 The Great Catholic Adventure
    (3 cr. HU, H, or elective at ASU)
    Instructor: Mr. Fraher
    Online
  • CTH/CLA 320: Classical Roots of Christianity
    (3 cr. Elective at ASU)
    Instructor: Dr. Carlin
    Thurs 4:30-7:30 pm

SPRING 2017 COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

THE 110 Introduction to the Bible

This course examines the structure and content of the Bible in its historical, literary, and canonical contexts with attention to traditional and modern interpretive approaches and the Bible’s role in faith, life, and liturgy.

THE 203 Letters of the New Testament

A historical and theological study of the New Testament Letters with emphasis on those by Paul; their importance for early Christianity and significance for the contemporary Church.

THE/HIS 303: Church History

This course explores the history of the Church’s emergence, development, and growth in the apostolic, patristic, medieval, and Reformation periods as well as the mutual effects of Christianity’s engagement with various cultures.

THE 429 Seminar in Theology

This course is required for senior Theology and Theological Studies majors and is intended as an opportunity for students to synthesize their theological learning and demonstrate proficiency in theological knowledge and research. Seminar topics will vary and will allow students to apply their learning and produce a substantial research paper (or some alternative project) on particular theological issue or topics.

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/CLA 320: Classical Roots of Christianity

Considers the many ways in which the ancient Greco-Roman tradition helped shape Christianity. Interdisciplinary course elective for Catholic Studies major and minor programs.