St. Joan of Arc Chapel - Marquette Campus

 

 

CONTACT

Registration inquiries and/or permission number requests:
patricia.psuik@mu.edu


Theology Majors or Minor:
deirdre.dempsey@mu.edu

 

 

 

 


Click on Section# for the instructor's course description (PDF format PDF)

Undergraduate students with Spring 2014 THEO course registration inquiries and/or permission number requests should contact patricia.psuik@mu.edu.

*Enrollment in the 5000-series portion of upper-division courses is limited

to graduate students in the M.A.C.D. Program.


Catalog#   Section#
THEO 1001

Introduction to Theology

(Team-taught sections)

101  102  103  104  105  106

(These team-taught sections include auto-enroll into discussion section 601)

THEO 1001

Introduction to Theology

(Individually taught sections)

107  108  109  110  111  112  113  114  115  116  117  118  119  120  701  901  902  903

(There is not a discussion component to these sections)

THEO 2000 Hebrew Scriptures: Old Testament Overview 101
THEO 2010 Hebrew Scriptures: Old Testament Selected Books

101

THEO 2100 New Testament Overview

101/901  102

THEO 2110 New Testament Select Books 101  102
THEO 2200 The Bible Through the Ages 101
THEO 2210 Theology Through the Centuries 101  102  103
THEO 2230 Writings of C.S. Lewis 101 102
THEO 2250 Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius 101
THEO 2300 Quests for God, Paths of Revelation 102
THEO 2310 Explorations in Christian Theology 101  102  103  104  105  901
THEO 2400 Christian Discipleship 102  701
THEO 2410 Christian Faith in Cultural Contexts 101  102  103  104
THEO 2420 Bridging the Racial Divide 101
THEO 2500 Theology, Violence & Nonviolence 101
THEO 4200/5200* Theology in the Early Church 701
THEO 4210/5210* History and Theology of the Christian East 101
THEO 4240/5240* Theology in the Reformation Era 101
THEO 4330/5330* Theology of the Church 101
THEO 4340/5340* Sacreaments & Christian Life 101
THEO 4350/5350* The Eucharist 101
THEO 4390/5390* Studies in Systematic Theology 101
THEO 4490/5490* Studies in Moral Theology: Malcolm, Martin, Baldwin and the Church 101
THEO 4540/5540* Hinduism, Yoga, & Buddhism 101
THEO 4997 Capstone Seminar 101

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Theology Department Mission Statement

Theology Department Mission Statement


Marquette University defines itself as Christian, Catholic, Jesuit, urban, and independent. The Department of Theology functions within the university to investigate and understand the Catholic tradition, its relation to other Christian communions, and to other religions of the world. Read more of our mission statement.