Graduate Theology Courses

Providence College’s Graduate Theology Department is excited to announce the Fall 2023 schedule of classes. Our theology courses offer students valuable perspective and knowledge for anyone working in Christian education, non-profits, preparing for PhD work, and a wide range of other fields. Choose your course below and register here or contact us now to find out how to participate.

Fall 2023

August 28th – December 8th

Registration Opens July 24th

THL 520: Introduction to the New Testament
Dr. Ian Levy | Tuesday 4:00 – 6:30 p.m.

THL 500 Christ: Word and Redeemer
Dr. Gary Culpepper | Tuesday 7:00-9:30 pm

THL 519: Introductory Hebrew
Dr. Andrew Geist | TBA

New Course:

THL 770: Theology of Catholic Imagination
Dr. Richard Barry | Monday 4:00 – 6:30 p.m.

This class, an introduction to the field of Catholic Studies, will consider the theological “building blocks” of the Catholic imagination, and will explore specific examples of how the Catholic worldview has been incarnated in diverse areas, such as literature, art, music, poetry, and architecture.

Classes in Greek, Hebrew, and Latin are available each semester upon request. 

For more information, please see the Graduate Course Catalog (new students) or CyberFriar (current students).

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Who May Enroll
– Current PC graduate students
Non-degree students: students with an undergraduate degree may register for up to 2 courses

$550 per credit/$1,650 per course (all courses are 3 credits)
Check with your employer regarding tuition reimbursement

Contact Us
Dr. Sandra Toenies Keating
Director of Graduate Studies