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2015 CATH Minor Course Tracking Sheet

Minor Requirements

The Catholic Studies minor includes the following 21 hours:
RELS V247 New Testament as Literature (or N.T. equivalent course approved by Catholic Studies Director)  3
RELS V252 Catholicism 3

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 U270 Philosophy and Religion in the Middle Ages
  • PHIL U278 Philosophy of God
  • PHYS Y230/RELS V330 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 A430 Church & Sacraments
  • RELS V220 Bibilcal Literature in Roman and Medieval Context
  • RELS V228 Christianity and Liberation
  • RELS V270 Jesus Christ
  • RELS V330/PHYS Y130 Faith, Science, and Religion
  • RELS V336 Parables of Jesus
  • RELS V339 Experience of Grace
  • RELS V348 Christian Origins
  • RELS V358 Ignatius Loyola
  • RELS V386 Medieval Synthesis
  • RELS V388 Sin: History of an Idea
  • RELS W242 Christian Ethics
  • RELS W344 Social Policy and the Christian

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