The University of St. Thomas will host an information session about its Master of Arts degree program in Catholic studies at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 4, at the university’s Center for Catholic Studies. The center is located in Sitzmann Hall, 2055 Summit Ave., St. Paul.
The 33-credit program provides a comprehensive, interdisciplinary understanding of Catholicism and the Catholic intellectual tradition. Undergirded by courses in theology, philosophy and history, the program explores Catholicism’s contributions to world literature, art, music, architecture, law, political systems, and the social and natural sciences. It also encourages critical reflection and debate on contemporary and cross-culture issues related to Catholicism. The program welcomes students of all faiths.
A summer-only course option, a joint degree in Catholic studies and law, and study-abroad opportunities also are available.
For further information, visit www.stthomas.edu/cathstudies/masters .