|Great Books of the Ancient Greeks I ||DTH 101 Fundamental Theology (Fall)
|Great Books of the Ancient Greeks II ||MTH 300 Moral Theology (Spring & Summer)
|Great Books of the Ancient Romans||Select one of the following courses:
SAS 300 Wisdom Literature (Spring)
MTH 425 Theology of the Body (Spring)
|Great Books of the Ancient Romans to Early Middle Ages||Select one of the following courses:
PHS 121 Logic (Fall & Spring)
PHS 450 Ethics (Ethics)
|Great Books of the High Middle Ages to Renaissance||Select one of the following courses:
SCM 101 Mathematics among the
Liberal Arts (Fall & Summer)
SCM 201 Physics* (Spring)
SCM 220 Chemistry* (Summer)
SCM 301 Anatomy and Physiology I (Fall)
|Great Books of the Renaissance to the Enlightenment||
|Great Books of the Enlightenment to the Modern Era||
|Great Books of the Modern Era||
|Fr. Fessio – Revelation and Christology* ||
|Fr. Fessio – The Creed*||
|Fr. Fessio – Jesus of Nazareth ||
|Fr. Fessio – The Liturgy||
* Optional 1 credit labs are available for SCM 101 Physics and SCM 220 Chemistry. They are not a requirement to complete the AA track, but rather an available option. Students taking the 1 credit lab would complete the AA track with 16 Holy Apostles credits.
A minimum of 60 credits is required to earn an Associate of Arts Degree in Theology from Holy Apostles.
45 Angelicum Academy Credits + 15 Holy Apostles Credits = 60 Credits total.
Students will work with their Angelicum Academy Primary Advisor to identify which courses they must take each semester. Angelicum students are able to enroll in 1-2 courses at Holy Apostles per semester if desirable.
Upon completion of the Angelicum Academy – Holy Apostles Partnership AA Track, students may seamlessly transfer into a Bachelor of Arts degree at Holy Apostles with a single or double-major.