Online Summer Courses Available04.06.20
Mount St. Mary’s Seminary & School of Theology is pleased to offer two online summer courses beginning this May. Strengthen your faith during this difficult time from the comfort of your own home! These courses are offered through distance education with no in-person meetings.
CL 651 Memory and Psychology (Dr. Bradford Manderfield)
May 11 – June 10
In early and medieval philosophy, culminating with St. Augustine, psychology was defined in terms of memory and how to link one’s memories, especially painful ones, with Scripture, tradition, and the Passion of Christ. This course will utilize ancient, Patristic, and medieval sources to define this psychology of memory within our anthropological tradition and will borrow from nineteenth century understandings to extend our Catholic resources into the contemporary context.
S 671 Theology of Saint Augustine (Dr. Alan Mostrom)
May 12 – June 11
This course examines the theological work of St. Augustine, Bishop of Hippo (354-430), including his early life and conversion, the Donatist and Pelagian controversies, his Trinitarian theology and Christology, as well as his writings on sex, marriage, and political life. The course will be attentive to his Biblical exegesis, use of philosophy, and his influence on Catholic theology.
Tuition for each course: $878 for credit (2 hours) / $600 auditors / $350 senior and alumni auditors
To register, e-mail the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org.