Catholic Studies

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The Department of Religious Studies offers a Minor program in Catholic Studies. The Catholic tradition has had a profound impact on all aspects of Western culture and civilization, from learning and the arts to moral values and social structures.

The Minor in Catholic Studies offers an academic and scholarly exploration, open to students of all backgrounds, of Catholicism’s rich heritage and its contemporary engagement with both Western and global issues.

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The Catholic Studies program is located in SDU Main Building.
(902) 628-4353

REQUIREMENTS FOR A MINOR IN CATHOLIC STUDIES

a.   One core course — 171
b.   Two courses from 211, 387, 331, 332
c.   Two courses from 275, 279, 374, 375, 376 
d.   Two courses from 276, 277, 278, 282, 286

At least two courses in total should be at the 300 level.

For a complete list of courses and descriptions for the Catholic Studies minor, please see the Christian / Catholic Studies tab on the Religious Studies Program page. 

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The Catholic Studies program is located in SDU Main Building.
(902) 628-4353
  • Joe Velaidum, Associate Professor, Chair
  • Philip G. Davis, Professor
  • Edward Y.J. Chung, Associate Professor
  • Peter Koritansky, Associate Professor
  • Denis Grecco, Assistant Professor
  • Ron Srigley, Assistant Professor
Overview

The Department of Religious Studies offers a Minor program in Catholic Studies. The Catholic tradition has had a profound impact on all aspects of Western culture and civilization, from learning and the arts to moral values and social structures.

The Minor in Catholic Studies offers an academic and scholarly exploration, open to students of all backgrounds, of Catholicism’s rich heritage and its contemporary engagement with both Western and global issues.

Minor

REQUIREMENTS FOR A MINOR IN CATHOLIC STUDIES

a.   One core course — 171
b.   Two courses from 211, 387, 331, 332
c.   Two courses from 275, 279, 374, 375, 376 
d.   Two courses from 276, 277, 278, 282, 286

At least two courses in total should be at the 300 level.

For a complete list of courses and descriptions for the Catholic Studies minor, please see the Christian / Catholic Studies tab on the Religious Studies Program page. 

Faculty
  • Joe Velaidum, Associate Professor, Chair
  • Philip G. Davis, Professor
  • Edward Y.J. Chung, Associate Professor
  • Peter Koritansky, Associate Professor
  • Denis Grecco, Assistant Professor
  • Ron Srigley, Assistant Professor

Overview

The Department of Religious Studies offers a Minor program in Catholic Studies. The Catholic tradition has had a profound impact on all aspects of Western culture and civilization, from learning and the arts to moral values and social structures.

The Minor in Catholic Studies offers an academic and scholarly exploration, open to students of all backgrounds, of Catholicism’s rich heritage and its contemporary engagement with both Western and global issues.

Minor

REQUIREMENTS FOR A MINOR IN CATHOLIC STUDIES

a.   One core course — 171
b.   Two courses from 211, 387, 331, 332
c.   Two courses from 275, 279, 374, 375, 376 
d.   Two courses from 276, 277, 278, 282, 286

At least two courses in total should be at the 300 level.

For a complete list of courses and descriptions for the Catholic Studies minor, please see the Christian / Catholic Studies tab on the Religious Studies Program page. 

Faculty

  • Joe Velaidum, Associate Professor, Chair
  • Philip G. Davis, Professor
  • Edward Y.J. Chung, Associate Professor
  • Peter Koritansky, Associate Professor
  • Denis Grecco, Assistant Professor
  • Ron Srigley, Assistant Professor
Want more information about Catholic Studies? Leave your email address and we'll get in touch!
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Calendar Courses

Calendar Courses

Calendar Courses

Full descriptions for courses in Catholic Studies are listed on the Religious Studies program page