Studying the Bible and theology is very practical,
no matter where your journey is headed.
You’ll learn to think and read carefully and critically, and write and speak clearly
and persuasively, on some of the most complex topics.
You’ll learn about other religions, such as Islam and Judaism,
and learn how to better understand your own faith and Scripture.
And you’ll learn to understand how religious convictions shape us as responsible
members of the human community and God’s creation today.
What employer would not consider that an advantage?
Our graduates can attest that the becoming equipped is excellent preparation
for graduate school and a variety of careers in dioceses and archdioceses,
legislation, public policy, medicine, law, and publishing.
Many of our graduates enjoy our courses for the independent learning
and growth they experience in their lives of faith and continue
with non-ministry related career paths, to be a light in their given environment.