Timothy P. Fortin, Ph.D., Assistant Professor and Chair of Philosophical Theology, earned an M.A. in Philosophy from The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC, and an M.S. in Clinical Psychology from the Institute for the Psychological Sciences, Arlington, VA. He received his Ph.D. in Philosophy from the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross, Rome, Italy. His doctoral dissertation is titled “Fatherhood and Perfection of Masculine Identity: A Thomistic Account in Light of Contemporary Science.” Dr. Fortin’s areas of specialization include the philosophy of psychology and the philosophy of fatherhood. Among his classes are History of Philosophy I, Philosophy of Being and Philosophy of Nature.
- Ph.D., Pontifical University of the Holy Cross, Rome
- M.S., The Institute for the Psychological Sciences
- M.A., The Catholic University of America
- "Fatherhood and the Perfection of Masculine Identity: A Thomistic Account In Light of Contemporary Science", Rome, Italy: Edizioni Università della Santa Croce (EDUSC), 2008