Mary College at ASU 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.
Mary College at ASU classes are offered on-site at 230 East University Drive, Tempe, AZ.
Spring 2019 CLASSES
CTH 310 Catholicism and America
TU/TH 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Dr. Larry Fraher
This course examines the Catholic historical experience in America from colonization until the present. Consideration of how far Catholicism is compatible with American political and social values.
CTH 498 Catholic Studies Integrating Capstone
TU/TH 10:45 am - 12:15 pm
Dr. Michael Carlin
Interdisciplinary dialogue concerning the application of Catholic thought and culture to different professions, disciplines, vocations, and states in life. Special attention given to the tasks of the New Evangelization.
CTH 340 Catholic Literary Tradition (University of Mary Students)
CTH 301 Catholic Imagination (ASU Students)
TU/TH 4:25 pm - 5:55 pm
Mr. Scott Lefor
Catholic Literary Tradition:This course introduces students to the Catholic Literary tradition by exploring the implications of the Incarnation on literature. Topics in the course will change, including the possible study of a single author and his/her significance in both the literary and Catholic world or the examination of a shared set of concerns across multiple authors.
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
CTH 350 Catholic Studies Integrating Tutorial 3
Day and time TBD
Mr. Jonathon Hofer
The Catholic Studies tutorial helps students to synthesize, assimilate, and apply content they have received from Catholic Studies and other disciplines. It focuses in particular on the theme of leadership and vocation.