Catholic Studies Minor

The interdisciplinary minor in Catholic studies offers an understanding of Catholicism and the role it has played in the formation of worldviews, economic systems and social arrangements in various cultures. Participants learn how Catholicism has contributed to and been shaped by historical and cultural events, particularly in the Western hemisphere.

Substitutions and/or waivers for courses can be requested from the director of the Sanzone Center for Catholic Studies and Theological Reflection.

Minor Requirements
THE 175Catholic Theology3
THE 267American Catholicism3
THE 332Catholic Social Thought3
Select three of the following:9
History and Spirituality of the Jesuits
War, Peace and Violence
Sociology of Religion
Buddhism & Catholicism
Total Credit Hours18