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Christianity and Culture

Christianity and Culture examines Christianity from a variety of perspectives, including its self-understanding, its history, and its interaction with various facets of western and world culture. The program also explores how Christian experience continues to develop in its encounter with contemporary culture and issues. Individual courses focus on art, literature, science, music, philosophy, theology, ritual, law, and social and institutional history.



  • Christianity and Culture (major and minor options)
  • Christianity and Education (minor)


First-Year Courses

  • SMC 103Y1 - Catholicism


Advice for First Year

Students who are interested in taking a program in Christianity and Culture, you should take one of the two core courses: SMC 103Y1 - Catholicism or SMC 203Y1 Christianity and Society through the Ages which is offered at the second-year level and is open to first-year students.


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