For more information regarding the Core Curriculum, including a list of courses that satisfy Core Curriculum requirements, click here: The Core Curriculum.
A Major in Theology challenges students to the universal call to actively engage in the transformation of society. Thus, students are prepared to assume positions of leadership in academia and/or professional life. In keeping with the call to transform society, the theology program prepares students for a variety of academic, professional and service opportunities.
The Theology program requires Theology majors to take THEO 1100, THEO 1120, THEO 1170, THEO 4000, and THEO 4999. In addition, majors must take 12 hours in any one of the following three areas: Fundamentals of Theology, Historical Theology, and Biblical Studies. They must also take 12 hours of Theology electives and a minimum of 9 hours of 3000/4000 level Theology courses.
All Theology courses are reading and writing intensive and the successful completion of all developmental reading and developmental English courses is a prerequisite.