Exposure to Multiple Perspectives
Students will complete seven required courses that collectively enable them to think critically about their place in the world and how they can make a difference.
This designation is embedded in the curriculum and ensures students develop an awareness of a Benedictine perspective (practices, values and heritage).
The Integrations Curriculum recognizes that learning should make a difference in the world. To this end our students take courses that explore the ways in which their education can be transformative. Students take two courses in Cultural and Social Difference in order to explore the ways in which social identities are formed, understood, and made to matter. The Theology requirements familiarize students with the core tenets of Christian and other religious traditions. And all of our students develop basic competence in a second language.