Graduating theology majors should be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge of scripture, creeds, major developments, leading thinkers, and spirituality of Christian theological tradition, with proficiency in one or more such areas, and with particular attention to the Roman Catholic tradition
- Reflect theologically on contemporary social, cultural, and ethical dimensions and implications of Christian faith
- Mount cogent, constructive theological arguments in dialogue with other disciplines.
- Engage articulately in some aspect of both ecumenical and inter-religious dialogue and learning.