University of Mary - Tempe is proud to offer its students a variety of options for financial aid. In addition to Federal Financial Aid programs we also offer several merit and need based scholarships through U-Mary and its community partners.
Scholarships for Degree Seeking Students: Open to All students who are seeking a degree at University of Mary.
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Scholarship for ASU Students: Open to ASU students who are seeking to take supplemental course at University of Mary.
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Scholarship for High School Transfer Students: Open to recent High School Graduates entering their first full-time year of College.
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St. Juan Diego Leaderships Scholarship: Open to First Generation Latino College Students. This scholarship is privately funded through Raza Development Fund. For eligibility requirements contact Rene Rosales [email protected] 480-290-7047.
University of Mary-Tempe classes are offered on-site across the street from ASU at 215 E. 7th Street.
Fall 2015 Classes
THE 112 Intro to Theology 3 cr. Mon / Wed. 10:30 – 11:45AM
THE 208 Intro to Christian Ethics 3 cr. Tues / Thurs 12 – 1:15 PM
THE 330 The Gospels 3 cr. Tues / Thurs 10:30 – 11:45AM
CTH 101 The Great Catholic Adventure 3 cr. Tues / Thurs 9 – 10:15AM
CTH 301 Catholic Imagination 3 cr. Thurs 4:30 – 7:15 PM
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
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 301: 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.