Theology (B.A.)

Student Learning Outcomes

  • Students will gain knowledge of Scripture and Tradition – Graduates will demonstrate knowledge of Sacred Scripture, Catholic Tradition, and Magisterial Teaching.
  • Students will gain knowledge of Hermeneutics – Graduates will demonstrate knowledge of how the Catholic Church systematically organizes, contextualizes, and transmits the Christian Faith.
  • Students will gain skill in Theological Thinking – Graduates will demonstrate ability to think critically about the Christian Faith, including its application to moral questions.
  • Students will gain skill in Theological Communication – Graduates will demonstrate ability to communicate effectively in ecumenical and inter-religious contexts.
  • Students will learn appreciation for Spiritual Growth – Graduates will demonstrate understanding of the relationship of theological knowledge and skills with their own spiritual growth.
  • Students will learn appreciation for Servant-Leadership – Graduates will demonstrate understanding of the relationship of theological knowledge and skills with their service to others.

Recommended

Required

All Theology majors must have completed THEO 106 as a prerequisite Tier 1 Course