College of Arts and Science students can pursue a minor in the area of Catholic Studies.  The minor in Catholic Studies provides an interdisciplinary approach to the academic study of Catholicism from the beginnings of Christianity in the ancient world to the presence of Catholicism as the largest Christian community in the world today.  Catholic Studies is intended to provide students with an interdisciplinary understanding of Catholicism and its history, artistic and literary culture, philosophical and theological thought, and role in contemporary society.

The minor in Catholic Studies provides an interdisciplinary approach to the academic study of Catholicism from the beginnings of Christianity in the ancient world to the presence of Catholicism as the largest Christian community in the world today. Catholic Studies is intended to provide students with an interdisciplinary understanding of Catholicism and its history, artistic and literary culture, philosophical and theological thought, and role in contemporary society.

The Minor average in Catholic Studies will be calculated using the grades earned in all courses eligible to be included in the Minor program requirements. Students must complete at least two-thirds of the program requirements (rounded to the nearest highest multiple of 3 credit units) using courses offered by the University of Saskatchewan to meet the Residency requirement.

This program is coordinated by St. Thomas More College, under the academic authority of the College of Arts and Science. Interested students should contact ctstminor@stmcollege.ca for more information.

Requirements (18 credit units)

The minor may be completed in conjunction with any degree in another subject area in the College of Arts and Science.

Choose 15 credit units from the following. A minimum of 3 credit units must be chosen from each of Area 1, 2, and 3. At least 3 credit units must be taken at the 300-level or higher. Students must choose courses from at least 2 different subject codes.

Area 1: Catholicism and History

Area 2: Catholic Thought and Culture

Area 3: Catholicism and the Modern World:

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