Our undergraduate and study abroad programs are led by faculty who explore Catholicism's rich Intellectual Tradition and living heritage across a variety of disciplines including history, modern Catholicism, philosophy, science, theology, social service, art, music and literature. Our curriculum is custom-built according to each student's chosen specialization and career path and offers students the opportunity to major, double major, minor, double minoror earn a certificate in Catholic Studies or Pastoral Music Ministry. We also offer both in-classroom and online courses.
Catholic Studies students have a unique opportunity to participate in a wide range of faculty-led study abroad academic programs and to participate in an exchange program at the University of Münster in Germany or Italy for one or two semesters. Our Study Abroad courses include trips to El Salvador, England, Germany, India, Italy, Mexico, Poland, Spain and World Youth Days. Travel the world with us »
Catholic Studies faculty are experts across multiple disciplines and have substantial experience in teaching and research. All listen carefully, take to heart the dialogue between faith and reason and genuinely believe in the human capacity to advance along the path of Truth.
Catholic Studies cultivates and advances the Catholic Intellectual Tradition across all disciplines and areas of study through various thought-provoking programs, lecture series and seminars that address a wide variety of pressing issues in today's world. Attend an interesting event »
Catholic Studies is dedicated to ensuring students equally nurture and balance their spiritual and social activities with their academic pursuits. Catholic Studies partners with several student clubs and organizations at Seton Hall to help provide additional opportunities for students to connect with others and build lifelong friendships outside the classroom. Make plans and new friends today »
Delta Epsilon Sigma
The Department of Catholic Studies sponsors Seton Hall University's Alpha Mu chapter of Delta Epsilon Sigma, a national scholastic honor society for students, faculty and alumni of colleges and universities with a Catholic tradition. Our induction ceremony occurs every spring in coordination with the University's Charter Day when the Seton Hall community renews its commitment to make moral education a priority of the first rank. See brochure » See if you're eligible to join »
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