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Catholic Studies

The Catholic Studies minor enriches every single major offered at Seton Hall through an interdisciplinary curriculum that integrates and systematically studies all disciplines across the natural and human sciences. Catholic Studies is therefore ideal for students of all creeds who want to unite their academic specializations and career paths with Catholicism's rich intellectual, spiritual, moral and cultural traditions and living heritage.

A Journey of Transformation

Seton Hall's unique signature curriculum - known as the Core - combined with a major or minor in Catholic Studies, allows students to creatively connect their primary field of study with their faith.


Course Requirements

Students seeking a minor or double minor in Catholic Studies are required to take 15 credits (five courses), including: 

CAST 1001  (3 credits) 
Two CAST 2000 level courses (6 credits) 
Two CAST 3000 or 4000 level courses (6 credits) 

Faculty Listing

Catholic Studies faculty are experts across multiple disciplines and have substantial experience in teaching and research. All listen carefully, take to heart the dialogue between faith and reason and genuinely believe in the human capacity to advance along the path of Truth.

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Ian Boyd
Distinguished Professor of Catholic Studies
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John M. Travaline
Adjunct Professor of Catholic Studies
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Barbara Crostini
Adjunct Professor of Catholic Studies
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James Grogan
Adjunct Professor of Catholic Studies
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