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Catholic Theological Union has a rich tradition of academic excellence and of preparing men and women for a life ministry and service. As a means to help students fulfill their vocational goals and interests, CTU offers nine degree and ten certificate programs.

Transcript of records:
A transcript is a complete and unabridged copy of all academic work earned at Catholic Theological Union and includes only those courses attempted at Catholic Theological Union. The Course and grade information contained on the transcript is released only upon written consent from the student as required by the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (as amended).

Please click below to download a copy of the Assessment Plan (draft).  If you are having trouble downloading, please contact webmaster Ronit Bezalel at rbezalel@ctu.edu.

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Final course schedule subject to change. Semester begins September 2 and ends December 9, 2014. To refer back to the course codes, click here.

Download fall 2014 schedule here.

Final course schedule subject to change. Semester begins February 10 and ends May 20, 2015. To refer back to the course codes, click here.

Download Spring 2015 schedule here.

Final course schedule subject to change. Semester begins January 5 and ends February 3, 2015. To refer back to the course codes, click here.

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Final course schedule subject to change. Semester begins September 2 and ends December 9, 2014. To refer back to the course codes, click here.

Download fall 2014 schedule here.

Visiting Instructor in Jewish Studies

Malka Simkovich is a doctoral candidate at Brandeis University studying Second Temple Judaism, early Rabbinic literature, and early Christian literature. She earned an MA degree in Hebrew Bible from Harvard University and a BA in Bible Studies and Music Theory from Stern College of Yeshiva University.   She is currently working on a dissertation regarding universalist Jewish literature that emerged from Egypt under the Roman empire while working as an editorial assistant for the Harvard Theological Review.

David Gitomer is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at DePaul University, where he specializes in the religions and literatures of pre-modern India. He holds a Ph.D. in Indic Languages and Literatures from Columbia University, and has studied at the Maharaja's Sanskrit College in Mysore, India.

Scott R. Paeth is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at DePaul University in Chicago, IL. He works in the fields of Christian Social Ethics and Public Theology. He holds a Ph.D. from Princeton Theological Seminary and a Master of Divinity from Andover Newton Theological School.