2022-2023 Catalog 
    Dec 04, 2023  
2022-2023 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Saint Ignatius Institute Certificate

Program Learning Outcomes

Students will:

  • Identify major themes, key concepts, and perennial questions in works across the humanities (arts, literature, history, philosophy, religion and theology)
  • Interpret and analyze complex and contested histories and contexts of Christianity in the world before 1800
  • Employ interdisciplinary, cross-cultural, or discipline-specific methods in scholarly inquiry
  • Articulate critical arguments using relevant primary and secondary sources
  • Evaluate challenges facing local and global communities in light of community engagement
  • Articulate their own intellectual and personal gifts in light of major world religions, particularly the Catholic, Jesuit traditions of cura personalis, finding God in all things, discernment of one’s deepest desires, contemplation in action, and becoming people for (and with) others

Certificate Requirement (16 units)

Core (8 units)

Students complete 8 units of the following coursework from at least two of the three areas listed below.

SII Symposium (8 unit)

One 2-unit SII Symposium (or two 1-unit Symposium classes) per year is required for the first three years, and Senior Symposium is required in the final year.