The Culminating course further integrates the Marquette Core experience, emphasizing reflection on and application of knowledge and skills developed in the Core. A special focus on vocation and discernment invites students to evaluate their course work at Marquette alongside their own worldview and transcendent commitments, in order to identify ways in which they are uniquely equipped to work for justice in the world. A collaborative, interdisciplinary analysis of a lasting problem in the local or global community presents a test-case for this integration of academic experience and personal faith for the promotion of justice. This course provides both a culminating Core experience and the foundation for an analogical application to students’ lives and work after Marquette. It consists of one course that students may take in their third or fourth year at the university:
- CORE 4929: Service of Faith and Promotion of Justice
For more information, visit the Marquette University Undergraduate Bulletin.