Syllabus Archive

The PFIC archives digital versions of the syllabi for all courses. Faculty, Staff, and Students have access to the Syllabus Archive through Populi. Only syllabi for courses required for the MA, MDiv, STB, STL, and STD are included in this particular archive. Those courses included in the Syllabus Archive are listed below.

These files are updated each semester as professors submit syllabi. The latest submitted syllabus for each course is at the beginning of the file.

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Church History
• HS 501 – Early and Medieval Church History
• HS 502 – Reformation and Modern Church History

Historical Theology
• HT 820 – Aquinas and the Fathers

Latin
• LT 501 – Elementary Latin I
• LT 501A – Latin Intensive I [Summer Intensive]
• LT 502 – Elementary Latin II
• LT 502A – Latin Intensive II [Summer Intensive]

Moral Theology
• MT 601 – Principles of Christian Moral Life I
• MT 601A – Principles of Christian Moral Life I [Summer intensive]
• MT 602 – Principles of Christian Moral Life II
• MT 602A – Principles of Christian Moral Life II [Summer intensive]
• MT 611 – Theological Virtues
• MT 612 – Cardinal and Moral Virtues
• MT 613A – Cardinal and Theological Virtues [Summer intensive]
• MT 622 – Catholic Social and Sexual Teaching

Pastoral Studies
• PS 572 – Communicating God’s Word
• PS 601 – Introduction to Pastoral Ministry
• PS 603 – Supervised Ministry
• PS 621 – Introduction to Church Law
• PS 622 – Book II: The People of God in Church Law
• PS 661 – Ministries Practicum
• PS 662 – Deacon Practicum
• PS 663 – Priesthood Practicum
• PS 672 – Preaching: Preparation and Presentation

Philosophy
• PH 501 – Introduction to the Life and Works of St. Thomas Aquinas
• PH 511 – Ancient Philosophy
• PH 512 – Medieval Philosophy
• PH 513 – Modern Philosophy
• PH 514 – Recent Philosophy
• PH 521 – Logic
• PH 521A – Logic and Epistemology [Summer intensive]
• PH 523 – Philosophy of Nature (Cosmology)
• PH 524 – Philosophy of Knowledge (Epistemology)
• PH 526 – Philosophical Anthropology
• PH 551 – Philosophy of Being (Metaphysics)
• PH 554 – Philosophical Ethics

Sacred Scripture
• SS 581 – Elementary Greek I
• SS 582 – Elementary Greek II
• SS 585 – Intensive Greek
• SS 611 – Pentateuch
• SS 621 – Prophets of Israel
• SS 632 – Wisdom Literature
• SS 640 – Synoptic Gospels
• SS 645 – Johannine Writings

Systematic Theology
• ST 601 – Nature and Method of Theology
• ST 604 – The Triune God
• ST 604A – The Triune God [Summer intensive]
• ST 611 – Creation and the Human Person
• ST 611A – Creation and the Human Person [Summer intensive]
• ST 614 – Theology of Grace
• ST 614A- Theology of Grace [Summer intensive]
• ST 621 – Basic Elements of Christology
• ST 621A – Basic Elements of Christology [Summer intensive]
• ST 631 – Sacraments: Theology and Initiation
• ST 635 – Sacrament of Marriage: Theology and Canon Law
• ST 636 – Sacraments of Penance and Anointing
• ST 637 – Sacrament of the Eucharist
• ST 638 – Sacrament of Orders
• ST 641 – Liturgiology
• ST 650A – Eucharist and Ecclesiology [Summer intensive]
• ST 664 – Ecclesiology
• ST 821 – Aquinas and the Masters of the Medieval University
• ST 823 – St. Thomas and the Thomists: From the Medieval to the Baroque
• ST 824 – Thomism in Modernity
• ST 851 – Faith and Reason
• ST 854 – Shape of Modern Theology
• ST 881 – Thomistic Seminar I
• ST 882 – Thomistic Seminar II

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