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University of St. Thomas Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics 2012-2014 Catalog UST Core Requirements (54-56 hours)

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Total Hours Complete Transfer Students: Transferring 30-59 hours: Theology – 6-9 hours Philosophy – 6-9 hours Synthesis – 3 hours Total must be 18 hours Transferring 60+ hours: Theology – 6 hours Philosophy – 6 hours

Total Hours Needed

Theology (6 credit hours) – must take in order
THEO 1300/3300 – Teachings of the Catholic Church THEO 2300/3310 – Intro to the Sacred Scriptures

Moral Theology (3 credit hours) – choose one of the following THEO 3349 – Christ and the Moral Life THEO 3351 – Prophets and Ancient Israel THEO 3352 – Paul: His Letters and Theology THEO 4323 – Teachings of Jesus Systematic Sequence PHIL 1311 – Phil of the Human Person PHIL 2314 – Ethics PHIL 3313 – Metaphysics CS 3310 – Opening to Transcendence: Rediscovering Symbol CS 3320 – Re-Connecting Catholicism with the Social and Natural Sciences CS 4300 – Catholic Impact on the Professions PHIL 3314 – Business Ethics PHIL 3318 – Bioethics PHIL 3336 – Political Philosophy PHIL 3350 – Contemporary Logic PHIL 4318 – Contemporary Philosophy PHIL 4324 – Faith and Reason PHIL 4331 – Philosophy of Art and Beauty PHIL 4335 – Analytical Philosophy

THEO 4325 – Faith and Moral Development THEO 4334 – Social Justice and the Church THEO 4348 – Theology of the Body

Philosophy (9 credit hours) – must take in order

OR

Historical Sequence PHIL 1315/3315 – Ancient Philosophy PHIL 2316/3316 – Medieval Philosophy PHIL 3317– Modern Philosophy

as upper or lower division

Synthesis Course (3 credit hours) – choose one of the following in consultation with academic advisor PHIL 4337 – Philosophy of History and Culture PHIL 4340 – Phenomenology and Existentialism PHIL 4350 – Philosophy of Law: Tradition of Natural Law PHIL 4352 – Philosophy of Science PHIL 4354 – Philosophy of Saint Augustine PHIL 4360 – Philosophy of War and Peace PHIL 4362 – Philosophy of Woman PHIL 4364 – Philosophical Themes in Literature PHIL 4366 – Philosophy of Education THEO 3321 – Apologetics THEO 3322 – Theology of Creation THEO 3331 – Catholic Church: Origin, Structure and Mission THEO 3336 – Christian Spirituality THEO 3345 – Theology of St. Thomas Aquinas THEO 3346 – Christian Vocations: Paths to Holiness THEO 3363 – Church History I THEO 3364 – Church History II THEO 3375 – Eastern World Religions THEO 3376 – Western World Religions THEO 4324 – Christian Ethics and the Law THEO 4327 – Sacred Arts in the Church THEO 4334 – Social Justice and the Church THEO 4336 – American Catholic Heritage THEO 4347 – Fathers of the Church THEO 4374 – Modern Challenges to Christianity

English (9 credit hours) – must take in order

ENGL 1341 – The Classical Tradition: Literature & Composition I 3 hours – take ENGL 1341, 1342 Transferring 60+ hours may choose: ENGL 1342 – The Middle Ages: Literature & Composition II 6 hours – take ENGL 3312 HIST 3303 – Europe: The Middle Ages ENGL 2312 – The Modern World: Literature & Composition III

Students with transfer credit:

History (6 credit hours)
HIST 1335 – World Community I HIST 1336 – World Community II

OR

HIST 2333 – United States to 1877 HIST 2334 – United States since 1877

HIST 3304 – Europe: The Early Modern Age OR HIST 3331 – Age of Revolutions: Europe 1715-1870 HIST 3332 – Era of Great Wars: Europe 1870-1950

Social & Behavioral Sciences (6 credit hours)
Choose from economics, geography, international studies, political science, psychology and sociology

Oral Communication (3 credit hours)
COMM 1331 – Public Speaking OR COMM 2332 – Persuasion and Argumentation

OR

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Social & Behavioral Sciences (3 credit hours) Modern and Classical Languages (6 credit hours) Choose two sequential courses in one language. Courses...
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