Boston College offers extensive resources for Catholic and ecumenical study of theology. Embedded in the culturally rich Boston metropolitan area, the combined faculties of the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences Theology Department and the School of Theology and Ministry make Boston College a premier international center for the study of theology. The library, courses, and faculty resources available to graduate students at Boston College are further expanded by Boston College’s membership in the Boston Theological Interreligious Consortium (BTI), a consortium of theology faculties primarily in the Boston-Newton-Cambridge area, which has as its constituent members the following institutions:

  • Boston College’s Department of Theology
  • Boston College’s School of Theology and Ministry
  • Boston Islamic Seminary
  • Boston University Graduate Program in Religion
  • Boston University School of Theology
  • Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
  • Hartford International University for Religion and Peace
  • Harvard Divinity School
  • Hebrew College
  • Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Seminary
  • St. John’s Seminary and Theological Institute

This consortium offers complete cross-registration in several hundred courses, the use of library facilities in the ten schools, joint seminars and programs, and faculty exchange programs.