Minor Code: CATHSTMIN
18 hours to complete
6 courses required
For the Declaration of Minor Form, contact the department:

Requirements

For information and advising on the interdisciplinary minor in Catholic studies, please contact the director, Judith Raggi Moore, or visit the website.

The CS minor consists of six courses: one required course (REL 313: Modern Catholicism) plus five electives from a list of over thirty approved courses. REL 313 also fulfills an upper division WR.

In addition to REL 313, four elective courses must be taken from the list below, with a maximum of two courses per department:

  • ARTHIST 231 Early Medieval Art
  • ARTHIST 232 Monastery and Cathedral
  • ARTHIST 243 Early Renaissance Art/Architecture
  • ARTHIST 244 High Renaissance Art/Architecture
  • ARTHIST 259 Historical Perspectives on European art
  • ARTHIST 349 Renaissance Art History
  • HIST 303 History of the Byzantine Empire
  • HIST 304 The New Europe
  • HIST 305 The High Middle Ages
  • HIST 306 The Italian Renaissance
  • HIST 307 Europe from the Reformation to the Enlightenment
  • ITAL 312: Italy in the 19th Century
  • LAT 320 Medieval Latin
  • PHIL 300 Medieval Philosophy
  • PHIL 358 Philosophy of Religion
  • REL 311 Early and Medieval Christianity
  • REL 350 Jesus and the Gospels
  • REL 351 Paul and His Letters
  • SOC 333 Sociology of Religion

Seminars and Special Topics Courses (When Appropriate)

  • ARTHIST 475 Seminar in Medieval European, Renaissance, and Baroque Art
  • ENG 190/ PHIL 190/ REL 190 Freshmen Seminars
  • ENG 389 Special Topics
  • ENG 489 Authors of Literary Movements
  • HIST 385 Special Topics in History
  • HIST 487 Junior/Senior Colloquium
  • PHIL 480 Seminar: Individual Philosopher
  • PHIL 482 Topics in Philosophy
  • PHIL 470/ REL 470 Joint Seminar
  • REL 356 Theological Reflection
  • REL 369 Religion and Film
  • REL 387/ ENG 387 Literature and Religion
  • SOC 389 Special Topics in Sociology