Theology M m
Bachelor of Arts in Theology
Are the topics of justice, mercy, and joy often at the forefront of your mind? Do you enjoy spiritual reflection and find yourself fascinated by the study of other faiths? Would you like explore the Christian faith in a deep and meaningful way?
Find stimulating questions, enlightening answers, and enjoy challenging discussion as a theology major at Spring Hill College.
Where We Work
- Southern Methodist University
- Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas
- St. Joseph’s Academy, Baton Rouge, LA
- Ursuline Academy, New Orleans, LA
- St. Scholastica Academy, Covington, La.
- Galloway, Wettermark, Everest, Rutens & Gaillard, LLP, Mobile, AL
- Xavier High School, Bronx, NY
- St. Rosalie School, New Orleans, LA
- Archdiocese of Mobile
- Santa Clara University
- Spring Hill College
Badgers in Grad School
- University of Notre Dame
- Boston College
- Fordham University
- Graduate Theological Union
- University of Florida
- Loyola University New Orleans
- University of Alabama
Being a theology major at Spring Hill is putting yourself in a tight-knit group of people. It is a constant learning experience not only in the classroom, but in the conversations that are constantly held with one another on a daily basis. It is a smaller department, so we are able to become incredibly close to our professors. They understand and cultivate our passion for the subject. I'm excited to take everything I have learned here and hopefully offer that knowledge to students of my own one day.
— Meeri Kangas ’15
Being a theology major at Spring Hill is more than I could have ever expected. It’s given me the opportunity to learn about so many different aspects of not only the Catholic faith but other religions as well. The professors are amazing and so helpful. They are easy to communicate with, always available to chat, and extremely encouraging in times of need, whether it be academically or stress of the future.
— Haley Troxclair '15
Number of Faculty: 6
Clubs: Theta Alpha Kappa
Scholarships: Deacon Joseph P. McGonagle Theological Studies Book Award