The programs in Humanities and Fine Arts engage both faculty and students in the quest for personal and social meaning as a basis for compassionate and just service to others. We strive to form learning communities comprised of engaged and informed citizens. It is with that goal in mind that we have established an atmosphere that focuses on historical, literary and aesthetic disciplines for the understanding of the humanities, while encouraging civic engagement, service to others and the advancement of moral character. Through these disciplines you will establish an understanding of how we perceive and document the human experience.
The Master of Pastoral Theology Program engages students in critical theological reflection on ministerial practice as preparation for active ministry in society. It is a non-thesis graduate program.