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.

Tempe Campus Spring 2018 Schedule Image

Spring 2018 CLASSES

Theological Studies

  • THE 110 Introduction to the Bible
    Tues. / Thurs. 2:45 - 4:15 pm
    (3 credits - transfers as elective credit to ASU)

  • THE 203 New Testament Letters
    Tues. / Thurs. 1:00 - 2:30 pm
    (3 credits - transfers as H, HU elective credit to ASU)

  • THE 318 Jesus the Christ
    Tues. / Thurs. 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
    (3 credits - transfers as elective credit to ASU)

Catholic Studies

  • CTH/PHI 210 Search for Happiness
    ONLINE
    (3 credits - transfers as PHI, HU elective credit to ASU)

  • CTH 301 Catholic Imagination
    Mon. / Wed. 9:00 - 10:30 am
    (3 credits - transfers as HU elective credit to ASU)

Spring 2018 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 New Testament Letters

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 318 Jesus the Christ

This course concerns Christology, the study of Christian teaching about the person and work of Jesus Christ as presented in biblical texts, early Christian creeds, the formulas of the great ecumenical councils, sacramental rites, and the liturgy of the Church.

CTH/PHI 210 Search for Happiness (Online)

Investigates the quest for happiness in light of the complementarity of Christian faith and human reason as found in the tradition of Catholic thought and culture. Evaluates arguments for and against various claims about happiness originating from popular culture, philosophy, theology, and other disciplines. Emphasis on the integration of the spiritual, bodily, and social dimensions of the human person. Required foundation course for Catholic Studies major; elective foundation course for Catholic Studies minor.

CTH 330 Catholic Imagination

Explores the theological, aesthetic, and cultural significance of Catholicism’s sacramental vision of the world and of the human person. Primary attention given to the nature of human imagination and to works of the imagination such as literature, art, and architecture. Required advanced course for Catholic Studies major; advanced elective for Catholic Studies minor.