Theology 100 in Rome
- This program is open to incoming 2021 first-year students only
- Visit historical and cultural sites throughout Rome
- Academic Prerequisites: None
- Fulfills: THEO 100
This course is designed to acquaint students with the contents of the Bible and with Christian history, especially in the context of the Catholic tradition. Through careful reading of texts, a variety of site visits and guided tours, and written assignments, students will attain a basic understanding of human experience as interpreted by major areas of Christian theology, including revelation, God, creation, Jesus and the Church.
This course uses as its primary text the city of Rome. Through a combination of site visits and classroom experiences, students will learn to contextualize the Christian Theological Tradition within Roman and Italian culture. This course will use a variety of teaching methods and multimedia aids. These will include lectures, student presentations, discussion groups and audio-visual materials among others.
January 3, 2022 Depart Minneapolis-St. Paul on group flight
January 26, 2022 Return to Minneapolis-St. Paul on group flight
Click on the Budget Sheet link above for detailed cost information.
Total cost will include: tuition, group flight, ground transportation during the program, course arrangements as indicated, and some meals.
Housing and Meals
Students and faculty will be housed in the St. Thomas Bernardi Residence in the Prati neighborhood of Rome, which is in close walking distance to all of the major sites of the city. The course includes several group meals in the program fee. All other meals will be at student expense.
Application Procedures & Deadline
Application Opens: June 28, 2021
Priority Application Deadline: September 10, 2021
Final Application Deadline: October 1, 2021
- Select the Apply Now button at the top to start your online application.
- Log in using your St. Thomas username and password.
- Complete all application materials by the application deadline. Students are encouraged to during the priority enrollment period. Applications will be accepted after the priority deadline for programs with space still remaining until the final application deadline.
- Download and read Short-Term Off-Campus Policies and Procedures. You are responsible for reading, understanding and abiding by its content.
Students studying abroad during January Term are generally only eligible for additional loans to help finance their study abroad costs. Please review Financial Aid for Study Abroad
. Scholarships may also be available from St. Thomas and some Other Approved Programs. Please refer to our Scholarships
web page for details and review Short-Term Off-Campus Policies and Procedures
for additional financial aid information.
For more information
On course content, contact Program Directors:
Sustainability & Study Abroad: CO2 Emissions for This Program
- Dr. Bernard Brady: email@example.com
- Dr. David Landry: firstname.lastname@example.org
The flights for this program release .9219 metric tons of CO2 into the atmosphere. To put that into perspective, this is equivalent to CO2 emissions from 117,572 smartphone charges
. Another way to look at this is that it would take 39.2 bags of waste recycled instead of brought to a landfill
OR 35 incandescent lamps switched to LEDs
to offset these CO2 emissions. We encourage students to make decisions to offset their carbon production from studying abroad. Check out the CoolClimate Network’s carbon footprint calculator
to identify and quantify specific behavior changes that can reduce your greenhouse gas emissions.
On application procedures or logistical information, contact:
Office of Study Abroad | University of St. Thomas
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