Undergraduate Course Catalog 2011-2012

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Total Credit Hours: 128
Major Credit Hours: 53

Theology Majors in Pastoral Ministry should take 19-106 Introduction to Christian Theology, the preferred foundation course.  Majors must take two credit hours in workshops specifically focused on service learning and must complete six credit hours in a foreign language appropriate to their ministerial goals.  Majors must obtain advisor approval for workshops and foreign language courses prior to registering for these courses.  Enrollment in electives taken in the College of Education require an overall GPA of 2.75. 

I. Core Courses (18)
19-106 Introduction to Christian Theology (3)
(19-106 is preferred for Pastoral Ministry majors.)
19-100 The Search for Faith (3)
19-223 The Old Testament (3)
19-225 The New Testament (3)
19-310 Christian Action and Values (3)
19-316 A History of Christian Thought (3)
19-431 Research in Theology (3)

II. Concentration Courses (29)
19-201 Modern Christian Spirituality (3)
19-205 The Catholic Church (3)
19-227 Catholic Sacraments (3)
19-268 Christian Social Teaching (3)
19-300 Lasallian Community and Social Action (3)
19-461 Christian Service and Society (3)
19-301 Liturgy and Prayer (3)
19-302 Theology of Pastoral Ministry (3)

Two Theology Workshops (2)

(Majors choose 2 Theology Workshops [19-397] focusing on Service Learning.)

Foreign Language (6)
(Two semesters of a foreign language chosen in consultation with the advisor.)

III. Electives (6)
Choose two courses
26-212 Adolescence and Youth (3)
26-220 Theories of Personality and Development (3)
26-280 Group Dynamics (3)
26-360 Social Psychology (3)
53-312 Instructional Strategies and Learning Communities for Adolescents (3)
53-322 Characteristics and the Development of the Adolescent Learner (3)
05-240 Instructional Methods, K-9, with Field Experiences I (25/50 field experience hrs.) (3)

IV. Majors are required to maintain a C+ average in their theology courses

V. The advanced writing requirement of the General Education curriculum is satisfied for Theology majors by the successful completion of 19-431 Research in Theology.