SJC

BA Minor in Christian Theology

  • What exactly is a Christian Theology Minor?

The Christian Theology Minor is an interdisciplinary program offered by the Faculty of Arts. To successfully complete the requirements of a Christian Theology Minor, students take courses offered by St. Joseph’s College and St. Stephen’s College. The Department of Religious Studies and the Department of History and Classics each offer additional courses that would augment and complement material learned in this program.

  • What are the requirements for the Christian Theology Minor?

A minimum of ★18 to a maximum of ★42 at the senior level in CHRTC/PHIL courses at St Joseph’s College and/or CHRTP courses at St Stephen’s College courses are required, including ★9 at the 300- or 400-level. It is recommended that students include RELIG 102, CHRTC 100, CHRTP 312 and HIST 297 in their program. The staff at St Joseph’s College and St Stephen’s College serve as student advisors.

  • Am I able to talk to a real person?

Of course! The staff at St. Joseph's College or St. Stephen's College would be happy to assist you with questions or program planning for your Christian Theology Minor.

Program Advising: 

St. Joseph's College
Office of the Academic Dean
780-492-7682
sjcdean@ualberta.ca

St. Stephen's College
Chair, Department of Theology
780-439-7311
st.stephens@ualberta.ca