A multidisciplinary major in Catholic Studies requires:
- 14 courses (max.) from at least three disciplines within the competence of the College faculty.
- A proposal that includes a statement of intellectual rationale for the proposed field of study, an outline of courses already taken, and a plan of proposed courses. Proposals are written in consultation with the Catholic Studies advisor, the director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies and two faculty sponsors based in departments related to the proposed major.
- Letters of support from faculty sponsors.
A multidisciplinary minor in Catholic Studies requires:
- 6 courses from at least three disciplines within the competence of the College faculty.
- A proposal similar to that for the student-designed major though on a smaller scale. Students may design their own minor, or use a faculty-designed template as a basis for their course work and study.
Catholic Studies Courses Spring 2018
RELS 139: Understanding Jesus
RELS 290: Teologia Andina
RELS 201: Catholicism in Latin America
RELS 230: Theological Perspectives on Medical Ethics
RELS 204: Early Christian Monasticism (* Professor permission)
RELS 102: Mary in Christian Theology
RELS 217: Eucharist: History and Theology
RELS 116: Catholicism
RELS 199: God: A Love Story
RELS 299: Pope Francis and Faith
RELS 285: Jesuit Spirituality
PHIL 282: Philosophy of Religion
CLAS 109: Biblical and Classical Sources of European and English Literature
HIST 232: Medieval Lives: Biographies of Faith and Action
MUSC 295: Gregorian Chant
VAHI 136: Narrative in Art and Film (* Students may design a Catholic Studies project with the professor)