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Minor Requirements

The Catholic Studies minor includes the following 21 hours:
RELS S247 New Testament as Literature (or N.T. equivalent course approved by Catholic Studies Director)  3

RELS S252 Catholicism


Must include at least one additional Catholic Studies course in the Department of Religious Studies and at least two courses in departments other than religious studies. Courses include:

  • ENGL A316 Medieval Literature
  • HIST A304 Early Christianity
  • HIST A306 Middle Ages
  • HIST A307 Saints & Demons in Medieval Europe
  • HIST A310 Age of Reformation
  • HIST P240 Women in the Middle Ages
  • HIST P256 The Crusades
  • PHIL A340 Being and God
  • PHIL A405 History of Medieval Philosophy
  • PHIL A408 Thomas Aquinas
  • PHIL A491 Seminar: Medieval Philosophy
  • PHIL U270 Philosophy and Religion in the Middle Ages
  • PHIL U278 Philosophy of God
  • PHYS Y130/RELS S330 Faith, Science, and Religion
  • RELS A200 Early Christian Thought
  • RELS A201 Medieval Christian Thought
  • RELS A255 Synoptic Gospels
  • RELS A300 Pauline Writings
  • RELS A315 Johannine Literature
  • RELS A320 The Christian God
  • RELS A350 Christology
  • RELS A354 Dynamics of Salvation
  • RELS A358 Ecumenical Theology
  • RELS A400 Theology of Vatican II
  • RELS S220 Bibilcal Literature in Roman and Medieval Context
  • RELS S238 Christianity and Liberation
  • RELS S242 Christian Ethics
  • RELS S270 Jesus Christ
  • RELS S330/PHYS Y130 Faith, Science, and Religion
  • RELS S336 Parables of Jesus
  • RELS S339 Experience of Grace
  • RELS S344 Social Policy and the Christian
  • RELS S348 Christian Origins
  • RELS S358 Ignatius Loyola
  • RELS S386 Medieval Synthesis
  • RELS S388 Sin: History of an Idea



Please check with the program director for additional course offerings and seminars that may be eligible for CATH program completion.