Off-Site Courses

Engage in courses away from Notre Dame's main campus:

Courses in Fort Wayne, Ind.

Feb. 5-6; Mar. 18-19; Apr. 22-23
Theo 64215, The Christian Tradition, Part II

Todd Walatka

Course Description:  This course will examine the development of the Christian tradition from the time of the Reformation to the present, with special attention to the confessional division of the western Christian tradition during the Reformation, and the responses that post-Reformation Christian traditions make to the secularization of Western culture. The objective of this course is to develop an ecumenical understanding of contemporary Christian traditions.

Location: Archbishop Noll Center in Fort Wayne​

Courses in Tucson, Ariz.


Dec. 27, 2015 - Jan. 7, 2016
Theo 64832: Ignatian Spirituality

Matt Ashley

Location: Redemptorist Renewal Center in Tucson, Arizona:

All are welcome to attend this course as degree seeking or non-degree seeking students. Students are responsible for paying & arranging travel. If you'd like to learn about the RRC, here is an article about its history and mission  tucson_rrc_article_in_liguorian.pdf.

View the syllabus for Ignatian Spirituality here, ashley_ignatian_spirituality_syllabus.pdf.

Courses in Israel

May 29, 2016 - June 7, 2016
Theo 64208: Speaking Christ's Words: the Desert, Jerusalem and Galilee syllabus

Fr. Kevin Grove

All who are interested in this course should complete the application for Tantur Summer Program 2016 found here, Create your own user feedback survey   The Tantur courses are run on an every-other-year rotation.  If you'd like to learn more about Tantur, here is the Institute brochure tantur_brochure.pdf