summer Classes at carroll


Teachers, Campus Ministers, and Other Lay Ministers

  • Each course meets five mornings a week for two weeks
  • Practical projects designed to help your teaching and ministry
  • Expert content, discussion-based classes
  • Catholic school teachers and other ministers receive 33% tuition discount

New testament


New Testament Ethics

June 18-29, 2018

8:30am – 12:30pm, Monday through Friday

New Testament perspectives on the Christian lifestyle provide multiple avenues for teaching contemporary ethics. This seminar surveys the teaching and praxis of New Testament figures and authors, highlighting Jesus' Jubilee message of liberation for the poor and marginalized. Students will analyze biblical traditions in light of their literary, historical, socio-economic, and political contexts, exploring their contemporary relevance (TRS 406).

Instructor: Dr. Sheila McGinn

teaching theology

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Teaching Theology

July 8-21, 2018

8:30am – 12:30pm, Monday through Friday

This course offers an introduction to pedagogy for theological educators. Topics include the nature and goals of theological education, the vocation of the theology teacher, the sociological research relevant to religious education, diversity in the classroom, and teaching strategies. Explores practical ways to advance the learning goals of the USCCB High School Curriculum Framework (TRS 589).

Instructor: Dr. Edward Hahnenberg


How to Enroll

Complete the free online application by following the steps below.

  • Each course earns 3 graduate credit hours, applicable toward certificate and/or degree.
  • Cost per course: $1460 (reflects 1/3 tuition scholarship for teachers and lay ministers)


Step 1:  Click here to create an applicant account

  • Create a personalized Login ID (e.g., JaneStudent).
  • Create a PIN password (e.g., include both numerals and letters, 8 to 15 characters long).

Step 2:  select "Non-Degree Seeking A&S"

Step 3:  Fill out Application Checklist

  • Items with red asterisk are required.

Step 4: Submit Application

  • Application is only received when you see the "Thank you for applying" screen.

Step 5: Wait to hear from us

  • A JCU representative will contact you to confirm registration and enroll you in the appropriate course(s).


If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Hahnenberg at

For more information on the M.A. Program in Theology and Religious Studies,
click here.