Undergraduate Program Overview

The Department of Theology aims to help educate undergraduates by bringing them to an understanding of their respective faith commitments and traditions in harmony with their overall intellectual, critical and cultural development. The department also incorporates into Catholic theology an ecumenical dimension which was made normative by the Second Vatican Council, and which is regarded by the department as an essential service to the Church and the world. Theological questions evoke distinctive responses from the various religious perspectives represented in contemporary society. The department respects the various faith traditions of its students and works for mutual understanding among different faiths.

Theology Major

Theology Minor

Interdisciplinary


Undergraduate Program Highlights

Program Learning Goals and Outcomes

View our Program Learning Goals and Outcomes to learn about the skills that students are expected to master and demonstrate.

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Additional Information

Who do I contact if I have undergraduate-specific questions?

Conor Kelly, Ph.D.Director of Undergraduate Studies

How do I request permission for enrollment in a closed or restricted course?

Students who wish to request permission for enrollment in a closed or restricted undergraduate theology course may submit an Urgent Request Form to Ryan Duns, S.J., Ph.D.Assistant Department Chair.

Incoming freshmen and new transfer students may bypass the Urgent Request Form and contact Ryan Duns, S.J., Ph.D directly via email.

Undergraduate Student Resources