In accord with the Statement of Purpose, it is the objective of Oblate School of Theology to address the cultural dimensions of theology and pastoral ministry within the various courses rather than offering a separate track of courses. A student chooses those courses which fit the program chosen for a particular form of ministry.
The first digit indicates the level of the course. Undergraduate courses begin with “4” and “5”. Graduate level courses begin with “6-9”. At Oblate School of Theology “6” courses include required introductory courses for the degree programs; “7” are regular advanced courses; “8” are seminars and workshops concerned with special topics and involving substantial academic research; “9” are practica. The second digit indicates the number of credit hours the course awards. The third and fourth digits are the course identifiers and separators. Numbers after a dash are additional course identifiers.
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