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The schedule posted online will be updated daily to include textbooks, reading assignments prior to the first class, and possible changes to the schedule. Please check the website regularly. Updated: 12/10

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Registration Week     November 12–16

All current undergraduates must register. Incoming students & graduate students do not need to register.

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Important Dates

January 14: Add/drop deadline | Febuary 22: Withdrawal deadline

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Monday

BUSM543 Sundance Film Festival

Monday
Nathan Scoggins
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
MBA students will be participating in Sundance Film Festival the week of January 27th (week 4). Makeup sessions or take-home assignments will be assigned for the other MBA classes that week.

ENTM104 Fundamentals of Production

Monday 8:00–10:50 AM
George Simon
155 K
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

Students are split between the Production and Post-Production Fundamentals classes. Whichever class not taken in Winter Quarter will be taken in Spring Quarter.

HUMA331 The Middle Ages

Monday 8:00–10:50 AM
Elizabeth Nevitt
155 E
Humanities Core
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

DIGM490-1 Production Studio I

Monday 12:30–3:20 PM
Max Hulburt
155 N
Animation Version
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
Animation or Game Design Senior

ENTM490 Senior Project: Pre-Production

Monday 12:30–3:20 PM
Nathan Scoggins
155 A/B
Media Core or Elective
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

Media students are required to complete at least one quarter of Senior Project for Media Core requirements (Winter, Spring, or Summer Quarter). Students can choose which phase to complete (Pre, Production, or Post).

Faculty Approval

HUMA122-1 College Writing I

Monday 12:30–1:55 PM
Elisabeth Kramp
155 E
Required Textbooks:
  1. Strunk, William & E. B. White. The Elements of Style. Buy now978-0143112723
  2. John Paul II. Letter to Artists. (click to download)
  3. O’Connor, Flannery. Parker’s Back. (click to download)
Required Reading Prior to First Session:
  1. The Elements of Style. Read the Table of Contents.

    In the Table of Contents, Strunk & White outline 11 Rules of Usage (numbers 1-11) and 10 Principles of Composition (numbers 12-22).

    These are the basic rules for becoming more proficient in our writing and editing practices. We will be referring to them daily in class.

    Please learn these 21 Rules and Principles by our first day together. You may memorize them in Strunk & White’s words or put them in your own; either way, please come prepared to be quizzed on these 11 Rules and 10 Principles.

Students who did not pass the Writing Profiency Exam should register for College Writing I. The Writing Profiency Exam must be passed before registering for classes in junior year.

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

PHIL408-1 Philosophy of God

Monday 12:30–3:20 PM
Fr. Andy Younan
155 M
Required Textbooks:
  1. Dawkins, Richard. The God Delusion. Buy now978-0618918249
  2. Hume, David. Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion. Buy now978-0872204027
  3. Krauss, Lawrence M. A Universe from Nothing: Why There Is Something Rather than Nothing. Buy now978-1451624465
  4. Nietzsche, Friedrich. The Portable Nietzsche. Tr. Walter Kaufmann. Buy now978-0140150629
  5. Younan, Andrew, ed. Philosophy of God Course Reader. Buy now978-1519130839
Required Reading Prior to First Session:
  1. Younan. Philosophy of God Course Reader. pp. 180–211.
Recommended (Optional) Textbooks:
  1. Younan, Andrew. Thoughtful Theism: Redeeming Reason in an Irrational Age. Buy now978-1945125331
PHIL203PHIL204

THEO453 Theology Capstone

Monday 12:30–3:20 PM
Fr. Donald Timone
155 L
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

This class will be conducted like an independent study, and enrollment will be limited to a select, small group of students.

Enrollment Requires Approval

HUMA122-2 College Writing I

Monday 2:00–3:25 PM
Elisabeth Kramp
155 E
Required Textbooks:
  1. Strunk, William & E. B. White. The Elements of Style. Buy now978-0143112723
  2. John Paul II. Letter to Artists. (click to download)
  3. O’Connor, Flannery. Parker’s Back. (click to download)
Required Reading Prior to First Session:
  1. The Elements of Style. Read the Table of Contents.

    In the Table of Contents, Strunk & White outline 11 Rules of Usage (numbers 1-11) and 10 Principles of Composition (numbers 12-22).

    These are the basic rules for becoming more proficient in our writing and editing practices. We will be referring to them daily in class.

    Please learn these 21 Rules and Principles by our first day together. You may memorize them in Strunk & White’s words or put them in your own; either way, please come prepared to be quizzed on these 11 Rules and 10 Principles.

Students who did not pass the Writing Profiency Exam should register for College Writing I. The Writing Profiency Exam must be passed before registering for classes in junior year.

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

DIGM210 Life Drawing I

Monday 3:30–6:20 PM
Jacqueline Nicolini
155 K
DIGM110DIGM111

ENTM206 Production Execution

Monday 3:30–6:20 PM
Nathan Scoggins
155 E
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
ENTM101ENTM103ENTM104ENTM105Recomended: ENTM302
Production & Producing Emphases

HUMA211-1 History of Culture Through the Arts II

Monday 3:30–6:20 PM
Angie Bitsko
155 M
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

PHIL206 The Republic

Monday 3:30–4:55 PM
Fr. Andy Younan
155 A/B
Required Textbooks:
  1. Plato. The Republic. 2nd Ed. Tr. Allan Bloom. Buy now978-0465069347
Required Reading Prior to First Session:
  1. Plato. The Republic. Book I.

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

PHIL203PHIL204

DIGM318 Texturing and Lighting II: GAME

Monday 6:30–9:20 PM
Nate Sartain
155 N
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
DIGM212

ENTM437 Musical Production

Monday 6:30–9:20 PM
Angie Bitsko
155 K
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

Musical productions are considered a 6 unit workload (equivalent to 2 classes). Please consider your classload before committing. 18 units incurs an additional tuition charge.

Must Audition
Tuesday

BUSM543 Sundance Film Festival

Tuesday
Nathan Scoggins
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
MBA students will be participating in Sundance Film Festival the week of January 27th (week 4). Makeup sessions or take-home assignments will be assigned for the other MBA classes that week.

BUSI102 Decisions Based on Data I: Business

Tuesday 8:00–10:50 AM
Jeremiah Jackson
155 A/B
Required Textbooks:
  1. Etheridge, Denise. Excel Data Analysis. 3rd Ed. Buy now

DIGM207-1 3D Fundamentals

Tuesday 8:00–10:50 AM
Max Hulburt
155 N
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

ENTM207 Film Criticism and the Art of Visual Storytelling

Tuesday 8:00–10:50 AM
Nathan Scoggins
155 M
Media Core
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

BUSM526 Media Career Strategies

Tuesday 10:00–10:55 AM
Debra Culbertson
155 L
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

BUSI515 Statistics

Tuesday 12:30–3:20 PM
Jeremiah Jackson
155 A/B
Required Textbooks:
  1. Doane,David, and Lori Seward. Applied Statistics in Business & Economics. Buy now

No class on January 29th.

ENTM105 Writing and Pitching a Script

Tuesday 12:30–3:20 PM
Christopher Riley
155 M
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
ENTM101
All screenwriting and creative writing courses.

ENTM211 Directing I

Tuesday 12:30–3:20 PM
Nathan Scoggins
155 N
Media Elective
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
ENTM101ENTM103ENTM104
Post-Production, Production, Producing, Acting, ENTM206, ENTM303, ENTM315

THEO311-1 Fundamentals of Catholicism

Tuesday 12:30–1:55 PM
Stephen Kramp
155 E
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

Fundmentals of Catholicism this quarter is a special version taylored to fit in the freshman sequencing. Only students currently enrolled in THE110 The Intellectual Life and Virtue should take it this quarter. Students who took THEO110 in Fall 2017 should wait and take Fundamentals of Catholicism in Spring Quarter.

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

BUSI314 Blue Ocean Strategies

Tuesday 3:30–6:20 PM
Kevin Culbertson
155 A/B
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

ENTM250 TV Studio Production I

Tuesday 3:30–6:20 PM
Thomas Dunn
155 K
Media Elective
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
ENTM131
ENTM350

HUMA301 Global Cultures, History & Politics

Tuesday 3:30–6:20 PM
Christopher Riley
155 M
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

HUMA322 Imaginative and Nonfiction Creative Writing

Tuesday 3:30–6:20 PM
Julie Anne Stevens
155 L
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

THEO311-2 Fundamentals of Catholicism

Tuesday 3:30–4:55 PM
Stephen Kramp
155 E
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

Fundmentals of Catholicism this quarter is a special version taylored to fit in the freshman sequencing. Only students currently enrolled in THE110 The Intellectual Life and Virtue should take it this quarter. Students who took THEO110 in Fall 2017 should wait and take Fundamentals of Catholicism in Spring Quarter.

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

THEO311-3 Fundamentals of Catholicism

Tuesday 5:00–6:25 PM
Stephen Kramp
155 E
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

Fundmentals of Catholicism this quarter is a special version taylored to fit in the freshman sequencing. Only students currently enrolled in THE110 The Intellectual Life and Virtue should take it this quarter. Students who took THEO110 in Fall 2017 should wait and take Fundamentals of Catholicism in Spring Quarter.

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

ENTM400 Design for the Screen: Adobe After Effects

Tuesday 6:30–9:20 PM
Nate Sjogren
155 N
Media Elective
ENTM103ENTM417
Post, Production, & Producing Emphases

ENTM437 Musical Production

Tuesday 6:30–9:20 PM
Angie Bitsko
155 K
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

Musical productions are considered a 6 unit workload (equivalent to 2 classes). Please consider your classload before committing. 18 units incurs an additional tuition charge.

Must Audition
Wednesday

BUSM543 Sundance Film Festival

Wednesday
Nathan Scoggins
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
MBA students will be participating in Sundance Film Festival the week of January 27th (week 4). Makeup sessions or take-home assignments will be assigned for the other MBA classes that week.

ENTM415 Advanced Cinematography Techniques

Wednesday 8:00–10:50 AM
George Simon
155 K
Media Elective
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
ENTM309ENTM318
Production Emphases

HUMA204 Poetics & Aesthetics

Wednesday 8:00–10:50 AM
Christopher Riley
155 M
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

Students who passed the Writing Profiency Exam should register for Poetics & Aesthetics.

BUSI329 Applied Market Research

Wednesday 12:30–3:20 PM
Joe Koller
155 A/B
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

ENTM130 Introduction to Acting

Wednesday 12:30–6:20 PM
Gina Fricchione
155 K
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

This class is 5 weeks long.

Intro to Acting is a prerequisite for all other acting courses. Sophomore or higher media students are welcome to sign up as an elective.

ENTM508 Developing Feature Screenplay

Wednesday 12:30–3:20 PM
Christopher Riley
155 L
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

HUMA211-2 History of Culture Through the Arts II

Wednesday 12:30–3:20 PM
Angie Bitsko
155 M
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

THEO401-1 Marriage and Family

Wednesday 12:30–3:20 PM
Bonnie Curtis
155 E
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
THEO100THEO110THEO200THEO311THEO312THEO313

BUSI490 Business Launchpad I

Wednesday 3:30–6:20 PM
Derry Connolly
155 A/B
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
Business students should take Launchpad I. It is also open to business students and media students interested in starting their own business.

DIGM207-2 3D Fundamentals

Wednesday 3:30–6:20 PM
Max Hulburt
155 N
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

HUMA Understanding Poetry

Wednesday 3:30–4:55 PM
Stephen Kramp
155 E
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

HUMA311-1 History of Culture Through the Arts III

Wednesday 3:30–6:20 PM
Julie Anne Stevens
155 M
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

JOUR303 Journalism Workshop: Pelican News

Wednesday 5:00–6:25 PM
Kevin Culbertson
155 L
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

Enrollment is contingent upon approval by instructor.

DIGM314 Hard Surface Modeling II

Wednesday 6:30–9:20 PM
Nate Sartain
155 N
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
DIGM313

ENTM437 Musical Production

Wednesday 6:30–9:20 PM
Angie Bitsko
155 K
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

Musical productions are considered a 6 unit workload (equivalent to 2 classes). Please consider your classload before committing. 18 units incurs an additional tuition charge.

Must Audition
Thursday

BUSM543 Sundance Film Festival

Thursday
Nathan Scoggins
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
MBA students will be participating in Sundance Film Festival the week of January 27th (week 4). Makeup sessions or take-home assignments will be assigned for the other MBA classes that week.

BUSI209-1 Business Planning

Thursday 8:00–10:50 AM
Kevin Culbertson
155 M
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

ENTM103-1 Fundamentals of Post-Production

Thursday 8:00–10:50 AM
Thomas Dunn
155 N
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

Students are split between the Production and Post-Production Fundamentals classes. Whichever class not taken in Winter Quarter will be taken in Spring Quarter.

THEO202 Early Church Fathers

Thursday 8:00–10:50 AM
Fr. Ankido Sipo
155 A/B
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

THEO401-2 Marriage and Family

Thursday 8:00–11:50 AM
Bonnie Curtis
155 E
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
THEO100THEO110THEO200THEO311THEO312THEO313

BUSM524 Entertainment Law and Negotiations

Thursday 12:30–3:20 PM
Shun Lee Fong JD
155 A/B
Required Textbooks:
  1. Appleton, Dina, Daniel Yankelevits. Hollywood Dealmaking. Buy now978-1581156713
  2. Packard, Ashley. Digital Media Law. 2nd Ed. Buy now978-1118290729
Required Reading Prior to First Session:
  1. Appleton. Hollywood Dealmaking. Ch. 1.
  2. Packard. Digital Media Law. Ch. 1.

DIGM225 Narrative Design for Games

Thursday 12:30–3:20 PM
Joe Shoopack
155 L
Required Textbooks:
  1. Skolnick, Evan. Video Game Storytelling: What Every Developer Needs to Know about Narrative Techniques. Buy now978-0385345828Either the physical or ebook version is acceptable.
ENTM101Co/pre-requsite: DIGM106

ENTM433 Playing Shakespeare I

Thursday 12:30–3:20 PM
Angie Bitsko
155 K
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
ENTM231

HUMA122-1 College Writing I

Thursday 12:30–1:55 PM
Elisabeth Kramp
155 E
Required Textbooks:
  1. Strunk, William & E. B. White. The Elements of Style. Buy now978-0143112723
  2. John Paul II. Letter to Artists. (click to download)
  3. O’Connor, Flannery. Parker’s Back. (click to download)
Required Reading Prior to First Session:
  1. The Elements of Style. Read the Table of Contents.

    In the Table of Contents, Strunk & White outline 11 Rules of Usage (numbers 1-11) and 10 Principles of Composition (numbers 12-22).

    These are the basic rules for becoming more proficient in our writing and editing practices. We will be referring to them daily in class.

    Please learn these 21 Rules and Principles by our first day together. You may memorize them in Strunk & White’s words or put them in your own; either way, please come prepared to be quizzed on these 11 Rules and 10 Principles.

Students who did not pass the Writing Profiency Exam should register for College Writing I. The Writing Profiency Exam must be passed before registering for classes in junior year.

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

HUMA311-2 History of Culture Through the Arts III

Thursday 12:30–3:20 PM
Julie Anne Stevens
155 M
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

HUMA122-2 College Writing I

Thursday 2:00–3:25 PM
Elisabeth Kramp
155 E
Required Textbooks:
  1. Strunk, William & E. B. White. The Elements of Style. Buy now978-0143112723
  2. John Paul II. Letter to Artists. (click to download)
  3. O’Connor, Flannery. Parker’s Back. (click to download)
Required Reading Prior to First Session:
  1. The Elements of Style. Read the Table of Contents.

    In the Table of Contents, Strunk & White outline 11 Rules of Usage (numbers 1-11) and 10 Principles of Composition (numbers 12-22).

    These are the basic rules for becoming more proficient in our writing and editing practices. We will be referring to them daily in class.

    Please learn these 21 Rules and Principles by our first day together. You may memorize them in Strunk & White’s words or put them in your own; either way, please come prepared to be quizzed on these 11 Rules and 10 Principles.

Students who did not pass the Writing Profiency Exam should register for College Writing I. The Writing Profiency Exam must be passed before registering for classes in junior year.

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

BUSI209-2 Business Planning

Thursday 3:30–6:20 PM
Kevin Culbertson
155 M
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

DIGM122 Writing and Pitching a Script: Animation

Thursday 3:30–6:20 PM
Max Hulburt
155 A/B
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
ENTM101

ENTM103-2 Fundamentals of Post-Production

Thursday 3:30–6:20 PM
Thomas Dunn
155 N
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

Students are split between the Production and Post-Production Fundamentals classes. Whichever class not taken in Winter Quarter will be taken in Spring Quarter.

DIGM490-2 Production Studio I

Thursday 6:30–9:20 PM
Jordon Trebas
155 N
Game Design Version
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
Animation or Game Design Senior

ENTM437 Musical Production

Thursday 6:30–9:20 PM
Angie Bitsko
155 K
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

Musical productions are considered a 6 unit workload (equivalent to 2 classes). Please consider your classload before committing. 18 units incurs an additional tuition charge.

Must Audition
Friday

BUSM543 Sundance Film Festival

Friday
Nathan Scoggins
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
MBA students will be participating in Sundance Film Festival the week of January 27th (week 4). Makeup sessions or take-home assignments will be assigned for the other MBA classes that week.

BUSI323 Human-Centered Design

Friday 8:00–10:50 AM
Vernon Mortensen
155 A/B
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

ENTM309 Cinematography

Friday 8:00–10:50 AM
Thomas Dunn
155 E
Media Elective
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

Cinematography is a prerequsite for Lighting & Advanced Cinematography.

ENTM103ENTM104
ENTM318, ENTM415

Financing

Friday 12:30–3:20 PM
Vernon Mortensen
155 A/B
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

ENTM210 Music in Media

Friday 12:30–3:20 PM
Robert Giracello
155 L
Media Elective
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

PHIL408-2 Philosophy of God

Friday 12:30–3:20 PM
Fr. Andy Younan
155 M
Required Textbooks:
  1. Dawkins, Richard. The God Delusion. Buy now978-0618918249
  2. Hume, David. Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion. Buy now978-0872204027
  3. Krauss, Lawrence M. A Universe from Nothing: Why There Is Something Rather than Nothing. Buy now978-1451624465
  4. Nietzsche, Friedrich. The Portable Nietzsche. Tr. Walter Kaufmann. Buy now978-0140150629
  5. Younan, Andrew, ed. Philosophy of God Course Reader. Buy now978-1519130839
Required Reading Prior to First Session:
  1. Younan. Philosophy of God Course Reader. pp. 180–211.
Recommended (Optional) Textbooks:
  1. Younan, Andrew. Thoughtful Theism: Redeeming Reason in an Irrational Age. Buy now978-1945125331
PHIL203PHIL204

THEO311-1 Fundamentals of Catholicism

Friday 12:30–1:55 PM
Stephen Kramp
155 E
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

HUMA Understanding Poetry

Friday 2:00–3:25 PM
Stephen Kramp
155 E
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

Marketing Seminar

Friday 3:30–10:00 PM
Staff
155
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

This seminar will be offered as a weekend intensive over Friday & Saturday during the following dates: Febuary 15–16 and 22–23. Final meeting times subject to change.

ENTM315 Advanced Producing

Friday 3:30–6:20 PM
Vernon Mortensen
155 L
Media Elective
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
ENTM103ENTM104ENTM105ENTM203ENTM211
Producing Emphasis

PHIL206 The Republic

Friday 3:30–4:55 PM
Fr. Andy Younan
155 A/B
Required Textbooks:
  1. Plato. The Republic. 2nd Ed. Tr. Allan Bloom. Buy now978-0465069347
Required Reading Prior to First Session:
  1. Plato. The Republic. Book I.

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

PHIL203PHIL204

THEO311-2 Fundamentals of Catholicism

Friday 3:30–4:55 PM
Stephen Kramp
155 E
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

THEO311-3 Fundamentals of Catholicism

Friday 5:00–6:25 PM
Stephen Kramp
155 E
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

DIGM330 Introduction to Programming

Friday 6:30–9:20 PM
Jordon Trebas
155 N
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

ENTM437 Musical Production

Friday 6:30–9:20 PM
Angie Bitsko
155 K
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

Musical productions are considered a 6 unit workload (equivalent to 2 classes). Please consider your classload before committing. 18 units incurs an additional tuition charge.

Must Audition
Saturday / Other

Marketing Seminar

Saturday
Staff
155
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

This seminar will be offered as a weekend intensive over Friday & Saturday.

BIBL514 Psalms and Wisdom Literature

Fr. Ankido Sipo
Online
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

ENTM480 Acting Practicum I

Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

Must complete the Independent Study Packet to be registered.

Acting Senior

THEO505 Ecclesiology and Eschatology

Luke Heintschel
Online
Required Textbooks:
  1. Lubac, Henri De. Catholicism: Christ and the Common Destiny of Man. San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1988. Buy now978-0898702033
  2. Journet, Charles. The Theology of the Church. San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 2004. Buy now978-0898708882
  3. Ratzinger, Joseph. Called to Communion: Understanding the Church Today. San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1996. Buy now978-0898705782
  4. Ratzinger, Joseph. Eschatology, Death, and Eternal Life. 2nd ed. Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 2007. Buy now978-0813215167

THEO511 Liturgical Theology

Luke Heintschel
Online
Required Textbooks:
  1. Casel, Odo. The Mystery of Christian Worship. Buy now978-0824518080
  2. Kereszty, Roch A. Wedding Fest of the Lamb. Buy now978-1595250063
  3. Nutt, Roger W. General Principles of Sacramental Theology. Buy now978-0813229386
  4. Ratzinger, Joseph Cardinal. The Spirit of the Liturgy. Buy now978-0898707847
  5. Reid, Alcuin. The Organic Development of the Liturgy: The Principles of Liturgical Reform and Their Relation to the Twentieth-Century Liturgical Movement Prior to the Second Vatican Council. Buy now978-1586171063
Required Reading Prior to First Session:
  1. Nutt. General Principles of Sacramental Theology. pp. 1-96.

THEO551 Practicum I

Bonnie Curtis
Online
Required Textbooks:
  1. Student Practicum Handbook for the Master of Arts in Biblical Theology. (aka, “Practicum Handbook”, available for download from the eLearning course site.)
  2. Congregation for the Clergy. General Directory for Catechesis.
  3. John Paul II. On Catechesis in Our Time (Catechesi Tradendae).
  4. Kelly, Francis D. The Mystery We Proclaim. 2nd ed. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2008. Buy now978-1556356841

NOTE: Please be advised that adjustments in scheduled meeting times, and/or instructor assignments may be made at any time without prior notice.