Special Admissions Courses

Below are our courses for the 2019-2020 academic year that require instructor permission, application, or have otherwise irregular entrance procedures due to high demand and limited entrance, including our Humanities in Rome Summer Program.

    Interdisciplinary examination of the uniqueness of the American experience from the time of the Puritans to the Civil War. Readings draw on major works of political theory, theology, and literature. HU

    Fall 2019
    TTh 2:30pm-3:45pm

    The Life Worth Living Program is an effort to revive critical discussion in universities and the broader culture about the most important question of our lives: What is a life worth living?

    Spring 2020

Summer Programs:

Nothing is simply ancient history in the Eternal City. The intersection  of past and present, of arts, politics, and theology is the focus of this five-week, interdisciplinary study of Rome from its legendary origins through its evolving presence at the crossroads of Europe and the world.

Summer 2020