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 Theology Minor consists of the Theology Core requirement (1 two-course, Theology Core sequence: Biblical Heritage, Exploring Catholicism, Introduction to Christian Theology, Perspectives, Pulse, Religious Quest, or the Honors Program) plus 5 three-credit courses (only one of which may be Level 1).