Minor in Theology
Drawing on an internationally recognized theological faculty, students pursuing a minor in theology may choose either to explore the various areas of the discipline of theology generally, or to focus on one area in particular. For example, a minor might engage the teachings and spirituality of the roman Catholic Church; or a particular era in the history of the Christian theology; or current ethical issues; or Jewish Studies; or biblical studies; or the beliefs and practices of another major world religion—or all of the above.
The minor in Theology requires the six-credit Core and 15 additional credits. Nine of these additional credits must be above the Core level and only one course may be level one.
If you have further questions about the undergraduate theology major at Boston College, please contact Boyd Taylor Coolman.