The mission of The Catholic University of America is to render service in the United States as an intellectual center of the highest quality where every dimension of truth, natural and revealed, can be examined with competent expertise. The university seeks in particular to maintain a position of excellence in historical & systematic theology, biblical and liturgical studies, church history, religion and culture, religious education, moral theology & ethics, and spirituality. The university accords priority to theology and religious studies and to other programs that explore the Roman Catholic tradition of humanistic learning and its relevance to the needs of society and the Church.
To help realize the mission of the university, the School of Theology and Religious Studies (STRS) sets itself two goals, namely, to promote excellence in teaching, research, and publication in the area of theology and religious studies, and to provide the professional training of lay and clerical leaders who will serve the Roman Catholic community in the United States and throughout the world. STRS offers the MDiv, the MA, the MCat (Master of Catechesis), the DMin, and the PhD. It also offers these ecclesiastical degrees: STB (Baccalauerate in Sacred Theology), STL (Licentiate in Sacred Theology), and the STD (Doctor of Sacred Theology). STRS offers a daytime course schedule.
620 Michigan Ave., NE
Washington, DC 20064
By Metro: Red Line to Brookland-CUA stop
Parking by meters near Basilica, or free on side streets (3 hrs.)
School of Theology is in Caldwell Hall
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