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Catholic Studies (Minor)

DePaul's Catholic Studies minor aims to provide an understanding and appreciation of the Catholic contribution to society. The program is intellectual in focus and is based on an interdisciplinary curriculum.

​Course Requirements 

Six courses are required for the Minor in Catholic Studies.

Course Title Quarter Hours
CTH 180INTRODUCTION TO CATHOLICISM4
CTH 209THEORIES OF THE CHURCH: CONCEPTS AND CONTROVERSIES4
Select two of the following:8
CTH 220
EARLY CATHOLIC HISTORY: ORIGINS AND EXPANSION
CTH 221
CATHOLIC HISTORY FROM MEDIEVAL TO MODERN: REFORM AND REVOLUTION
CTH 222
CATHOLICISM IN THE MODERN AGE: SECULAR AND SACRED
Select two CTH electives, one of which must be at the 300-level8

Students majoring in Catholic Studies (BA) are restricted from earning this minor.

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