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Anthony Santamaria, Ph.D.
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(973) 290-4338
Annunciation Center 315

Theology

Student Profile: Raul Pamplona, B.A. '14, M.A. '15

Raul Pamplona, B.A. '14, M.A. '15: "They were so good to me here. I wanted to finish my bachelor's as soon as possible, and they made it happen for me."

"I felt very welcome here and Dr. Santamaria guided and supported my plans and goals from the beginning."

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Program Offerings

The Graduate Theology Program offers four distinct tracks for the M.A. in Theology, as well as several non-degree opportunities at the graduate level. Through the broad curriculum, as well as the Traditional and Low Residency options, students have tremendous flexibility to shape their program to fit their interests and needs. Through critical analysis, Graduate Theology students develop an in-depth knowledge of the core areas of theology, inclusive of Christian thought and praxis.

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M.A. in Theology – Traditional Option

1. Choice of Four M.A. Tracks: Theological Studies, Catholic Studies, Spirituality, Pastoral Care
2. Flexibility of schedule: campus, offsite location, and fully online options
3. Practical and vocational knowledge for clergy, chaplains, and religious educators
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M.A. in Theology – Low Residency Option

1. Choice of Four M.A. Tracks: Theological Studies, Catholic Studies, Spirituality, Pastoral Care
2. Flexibility of schedule: campus, offsite location, and fully online options
3. Practical and vocational knowledge for clergy, chaplains, and religious educators
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Graduate Certificates

Catholic Studies

1. Consists of 15 graduate credits
2. Intended for students who wish to learn more about the rich spiritual and intellectual tradition of the Roman Catholic Church
3. May be taken alone or in combination with the M.A. in Theology program
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Pastoral Care

1. Consists of 15 graduate credits
2. Provides theological foundations for students who work in helping professions such as hospitals, nursing homes and other settings where the combined skills in theology and counseling are required.
3. May be taken alone or in combination with the M.A. in Theology program
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Spirituality

1. Consists of 15 graduate credits
2. Provides the theological foundations for ministries in Spirituality
3. May be taken alone or in combination with the M.A. in Theology program
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Faculty and Staff

Erin Lothes Biviano, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

(973) 290-4329

ebiviano@cse.edu

Annunciation Center 312

Sr. Diane Collesano

Instructor

(973) 290-4371

dcollesano@cse.edu

Annunciation Center 311

Anthony Santamaria, Ph.D.

Dean, School of Arts and Sciences

(973) 290-4338

asantamaria@cse.edu

Annunciation Center 315

Sr. Alice Swartz, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

(973) 290-4330

aswartz@cse.edu

Annunciation Center 317

Who We Are

Founded in 1899 by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, the College of Saint Elizabeth has a strong tradition of concern for the poor, for developing leadership in a spirit of service and social responsibility, and a commitment to the promotion of women as full partners in society.

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