Approved Courses: Theology

The following courses have been approved for inclusion in the University Core of Common Studies. Unless noted as a dual-application course, each course satisfies a three-credit-hour requirement in the knowledge area under which it is listed.

New courses are approved for the core each semester. Decisions about core credit for transfer courses, Advanced Placement courses, International Baccalaureate and CLEP are made by college designees in consultation with the director of the University Core of Common Studies.

Choose 6 credit hours from the following list:

  • THEO 1001 Introduction to Theology
  • THEO 2000 Hebrew Scriptures/Old Testament Overview
  • THEO 2100 New Testament Overview
  • THEO 2200 The Bible Through the Ages
  • THEO 2210 Great Moments in Christian Theology
  • THEO 2250 Ignatian Spirituality
  • THEO 2300 Quests for God, Paths of Revelation
  • THEO 2310 Explorations in Christian Theology
  • THEO 2400 Christian Discipleship
  • THEO 2410 Christian Faith in Cultural Contexts
  • THEO 2500 Theology, Violence, and Nonviolence
  • THEO 3010 Hebrew Scriptures/Old Testament Selected Books
  • THEO 3100 A Faith Worth Dying For: Martyrs, Saints and Theology (NEW AY 2015-16)
  • THEO 3110 New Testament Selected Books
  • THEO 3230 Theology in the Writings of C. S. Lewis
  • THEO 3320 The Event and Meaning of Vatican II
  • THEO 3420 Bridging the Racial Divide
  • THEO 3530 Theology and Economics

Note: The following courses no longer fulfill the UCCS diverse cultures knowledge area requirement:

Subject Course number Title Date discontinued Notes
THEO 2010 Hebrew Scriptures/Old Testament Selected Books 5/31/15 Changed to THEO 3010
THEO 2110 New Testament Selected Books 5/31/15 Changed to THEO 3110
THEO 2230 Theology in the Writings of C. S. Lewis 5/31/15 Changed to THEO 3230
THEO 2320 The Event and Meaning of Vatican II 5/31/15 Changed to THEO 3320
THEO 2420 Bridging the Racial Divide 5/31/15 Changed to THEO 3420
THEO 2530 Theology and Economics 5/31/15 Changed to THEO 3520

 

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