A student trained in theology develops the analytical skills and the facility with the spoken and written word characteristic of all the liberal arts. Further, the theology major has examined a wide range of ethical issues, historical periods, and philosophical, cultural, and religious concerns. Such training is highly valued in many fields. Some students pursue specifically theological careers, such as in ministries in parishes, hospitals, or service organizations, or teaching theology at the high school or college level. Other students combine the major or minor in theology with other studies, to pursue graduate degrees in related academic fields (like religious studies, history, or philosophy) and or professional degrees in fields such as law, medical or business ethics, social work, and education.

Graduate Program Admissions:

Princeton Theological Seminary, Fuller Theological Seminary, Drew University, Villanova University, University of Scranton, University of Notre Dame, St. John's Collegeville.