Critically evaluate the dialogue between faith and reason.
Articulate Christian values and their application to human life.
Demonstrate an understanding of servant leadership as reflected in the Christian scriptures and the Benedictine tradition.
Analyze and evaluate philosophical and theological issues.
Major in Theology:
40 semester credits in theology, one of which must be THE 429, at least 24 credits must be upper division; 12 semester credits in philosophy, at least eight credits must be upper division; ALU 499.at least 24 of them upper division.
1. Two years of a foreign language; 2. Eight credits above the 100-level in communications, English, or education; 3. For those considering a pre-seminary program, a minor in philosophy.
Minor in Theology:
Minimum of 18 credits. Students must take at least five courses in theology, 12 of these credits must be upper division theology.
Minor in Liturgy:
Minimum of 18 credits. Students must take at least five courses in theology, 12 credits of which must be in liturgical theology or sacraments (THE 221, 323, 326, 332) [especially suited to those in music or in the arts].
Minor in Religious Education:
Minimum of 22 semester credits. Students must take six courses in theology, one of which must be THE 313; one course from each of the four major areas of theological study. 12 credits must be upper division theology courses. EDU 200 and EDU 301 are recommended.