Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion the student will be able:
1. To interpret in an ecclesially and critically responsible way the Hebrew/Christian Scriptures and theological tradition of the Christian community.
2. To have a general knowledge of contemporary theology solidly rooted in the Catholic tradition and open to the contributions of other Christian and non-Christian traditions.
3. To perceive the relationships between the various areas of theology.
4. To have the aptitude to exercise critical discernment both in the selection and use of theological texts (scripture, ecclesiastical documents, particular theologies, etc.), and also in the assessment of various historical situations of the Church and of the world; of the past and of the present.
5. To possess a clear-minded and searching interiorization or personal appropriation of the realities of the faith.
6. To have the aptitude to perceive ministerial activities as contributing to the life of the Church in spirit and in truth.
7. To possess adequate knowledge of the sources, the methods and the tools needed to continue the study of theology independently.
8. To integrate theology, life experience, and pastoral practice.