A basic education in the liberal arts prepares the student not only for the pursuit of higher studies and specialization, but also for life. The College awards two degrees: the Associate in Arts and the Associate in Religious Arts. Students can also earn a Certificate in Theological Studies.
Develop the ability to think clearly about philosophical and theological topics and to express that thinking clearly in written and oral communication (IG 1, 2)
Expand research, professional and technological skills necessary for pursuing further educational goals and future ministries (IG 1, 2)
Discover the complementarity and inter-connectivity of the relationship between theology and philosophy, faith, and reason (IG 1)