Christopher Damian | Tuesday, November 10, 2009
I would like to take classes over the summer in order to get my requirements out of the way. I met with my advisor, and he explained that math, science and related classes could not be taken at other universities for credit. However, I could take philosophy, history and theology at other universities.
Does this seem contrary to the nature of a Catholic university? Science and mathematics are mostly objective courses. These subjects can be taught similarly at most universities. However, as a Catholic university, philosophy, history and theology are directed and influenced by Truth, by the Catholic faith. Or, at least, they should be.