Courses

Acts and Letters

Course Prefix: 
PM
Course Number: 
327
Course Credits: 
2

Brings to life a picture of the church as it emerged in the first century.

Adolescent Catechesis

Course Prefix: 
PM
Course Number: 
340
Course Credits: 
1

Enriches the high school religion teacher with psychological principles and teaching methods based on the needs of adolescents.

Applied Moral Theology

Course Prefix: 
PM
Course Number: 
365
Course Credits: 
2

Discusses applications of ethical principles to current issues.

Arts Approach to Bible

Course Prefix: 
TH
Course Number: 
325
Course Credits: 
3

An exploration of Hebrew and Christian scriptural themes, including creation, suffering and conversion, from two perspectives: literary forms in the Bible and also imaginative expressions in music, visual art, literature and film. This course aims to open up the meaning of biblical stories and to encourage an experience of the Sacred through the arts. No previous background in Scripture or the arts is necessary.

Bioethics

Course Prefix: 
PH
Course Number: 
380
Course Credits: 
3

An investigation of ethical issues raised by technological advances in the health care sciences. Issues to be studied include the beginnings and endings of life, genetic research, organ transplants, reproductive technologies, the right to health care and the allocation of scarce resources. In addition, the relation of humans to the life of the planet and to their more specific environment will be studied. PH 180 recommended.

Canon Law for Ministry

Course Prefix: 
PM
Course Number: 
346
Course Credits: 
3

Introduces Church law according to the Code of 1983. Focus is on general norms, structures and application on the parish level.

Christian Moral Living

Course Prefix: 
TH
Course Number: 
410
Course Credits: 
2-3

A theological approach to Christian moral living which explores fundamental concepts such as personhood, freedom, and conscience, from the viewpoint of Scripture, Catholic tradition, and natural law. The Catholic perspective on issues relevant to students is also clarified.

Church History

Course Prefix: 
PM
Course Number: 
311
Course Credits: 
2

Traces the major movements of the growth of the Church and its influence in the world from New Testament times through the Fathers, the Middle Ages, the Reformation, colonial expansion and Vatican Council II. Some attention is given to the Church’s approach to the modern world.

Cooperative Education

Course Prefix: 
TH
Course Number: 
495
Course Credits: 
1-6

Cooperative Education for Pastoral Ministry

Course Prefix: 
PM
Course Number: 
295
Course Credits: 
2

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