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Graduate Course Offerings

Grow in your faith! Choose from a variety of graduate theological courses, and apply credits toward a Master of Arts in Theology or a Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry.

For details and application information, please e-mail theology@shu.edu or call (973) 761-9633 - or simply complete the form.

Summer 2020 Courses

BIBL6571/PTHO6571 Parables of Jesus
Mondays and Wednesdays
May 19-June 24
Dr. Gregory Glazov

CETH6588/PTHO6588 Christianity and Human Happiness
Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays
June 25-July 22
Dr. Patrick Manning

HSTD6422/PTHO6738 Augustine's Spirituality
Tuesdays and Thursdays
May 19-June 23
Rev. Douglas Milewski

PTHO6244/STHO6244 Prayer, Discipleship and Community
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays
July 20-August 5
Dr. Donna Orsuto

CETH6138/STHO6138 Theological Aesthetics: God, Beauty and Film
Online
May 19-June 8
Dr. Justin Anderson

 

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Eniola Honsberger, AlumnaIn Their Own Words:
Eniola Honsberger

Certificate in Catholic Evangelization, 2014;
Master of Arts in Theology,
Christian Ethics Concentration, 2018;
Director of Family Life, Diocese of Paterson

"My studies at ICSST inspired me to be a better person and a better thinker, and it gave me tools I wouldn't have grasped on my own without the wisdom and insight from the professors. This education has formed me spiritually, which has helped me with how I run my office, how I evangelize, how I interact with my family."

"With my background in psychology and sociology, I always thought I would return to that field of study in my secondary degree. But the more I worked in my role as the Director of Family Life in the Diocese of Paterson, I felt less and less called to psychology. It was Father Paul Manning, the director of St. Paul Inside the Walls, who recommended I go through the certificate program (in Catholic Evangelization). I didn't take his advice right away, as I didn’t feel called to that either. It was the inkling of the Holy Spirit that moved me to want to start the program. By that point, the program had already been underway for a year so I thought I would have to wait another two years before I could start. But ICSST had just started a summer track and the classes started the same day I inquired. I knew it was my time."

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