Students follow the general undergraduate program as set forth by the University; for a major, Theology may be selected leading to a Bachelor of Arts (120 credits total) in Theology (30 credits). For the B.A. the student must complete 30 credits in the School of Theology including: Theology 101 Introduction to Orthodox Theology; Theology 102 Liturgical Theology: Baptism and Eucharist; Theology 103 Knowing and God the Father; Theology 104 Survey of Orthodox Church History; Theology 105 Liturgical Theology: Penance and Marriage; Theology 106 God and the Holy Spirit; Theology 107 Canon Law. Upon completing these 21 credits, the remaining 9 credits may be graduate theology courses of interest.
Theology majors take the above courses for three credits each; non-theology majors take the same courses for two credits each. Requirements differ for 2 and 3 credits and are so detailed in course outlines.
The necessary philosophical background is provided through the University standard undergraduate program specifically the history of philosophy sequence. In addition, the theology major is required to complete, Philosophy 107 Philosophy of Knowing (Epistemology); Philosophy 108 Philosophy of Being (Metaphysics);
Philosophy 109 Philosophy of Uncreated Being (Natural Theology); and Philosophy 110 Moral Philosophy (Ethics).
The Associate Degree may be applied for along the way when 60 credits are completed in the appropriate areas.