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  • Molloy College: January shows at the Madison Theatre
    Traditions Offices and Services Accreditations Community and Institutes Alumni Relations News And Events Fast Facts About Molloy Virtual Tour Human Resources Campus Facilities Madison Theatre Molloy Social Media Contact Molloy Giving To Molloy Careers at Molloy Academics Message from VP Academic Affairs Degrees Offered Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Doctoral Programs Continuing Education Flexible Learning Opportunities Undergraduate Minors Off Campus Programs Course Search International Education Honors Program Molloy Faculty and Staff Employee Email Login Academic Services Student Solution Center Student s Right to Know JET Library Experiential Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety About Molloy College News And Events News Archive January shows at the Madison Theatre January shows at the Madison Theatre Eddie Money s Two Tickets To Paradise The Musical January 16 at 8 p m January 17 at 3 p m January 24 at 8 p m January 25 at 3 Directed by Long Island s own John Blenn is an original play based on Eddie s true life story It follows Eddie Mahoney and his working class family on their journey together as Eddie rebels against them in order to fulfill his dream of becoming a rock star More information Shining Star A Tribute to Earth Wind Fire Saturday

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  • Molloy College: New York Times focuses on the new Molloy/CAP21 theatre program
    Programs Continuing Education Flexible Learning Opportunities Undergraduate Minors Off Campus Programs Course Search International Education Honors Program Molloy Faculty and Staff Employee Email Login Academic Services Student Solution Center Student s Right to Know JET Library Experiential Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety About Molloy College News And Events News Archive New York Times focuses on the new Molloy theatre program New York Times focuses on the new Molloy CAP21 theatre program By Karin Lipson Peggy Sue Johnson a theater arts student at Molloy College in Rockville Centre didn t sing her best at the audition for Celebrating the Music of Marvin Hamlisch a musical theater event set to take place Saturday at the Madison Theater on the Molloy campus I wasn t on my A game she said she was recovering from the flu Ms Johnson 20 from Wildomar Calif is one of 27 students in a new joint program of the college and CAP21 a musical theater conservatory based in Manhattan With 22 students auditioning had she made the cut She had Aaron Gandy the show s musical director saw past her 24 hour bug just as he had looked beyond other problems like forgotten lyrics songs performed in too

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  • Molloy College: The Nature of Theology and Religious Studies
    Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Be inspired Academics Undergraduate Programs Theology and Religious Studies The Nature of Theology and Religious Studies The Nature of Theology and Religious Studies The Department of Theology and Religious Studies offers courses in both Theology which examines a particular religion often Christianity from inside the perspective of its believers and in Religious Studies which examines one or more religions from outside without assuming its validity There is a certain overlap in these two areas because they are both concerned with what is sacred or ultimate or most meaningful or at least with human ideas about those things The two areas may be explored in different courses or considered in the same course Obviously there are many differing ideas about what is sacred and therefore of ultimate significance which are expressed in the many dimensions of various religions Meeting the challenge of navigating these differences is a major goal of our courses Therefore courses in these fields at Molloy and at most liberal arts colleges in the United States avoid two opposite extremes instruction that assumes or imposes the validity of one belief system and instruction that only presents factual information about theology or religion without any framework for interpreting or evaluating

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  • Molloy College: The Major and Minor in Theology and Religious Studies
    a recognized and respected path to developing foundations for future professional goals A list of specific benefits personal spiritual social and global can be found here Careers supported by Theology and Religious Studies A major or minor in our department can prepare you for Graduate programs that train you to teach the study of religion or theology at various levels high school college graduate schools seminaries Graduate programs that would support a religious vocation for example to be a Catholic priest Protestant minister or Jewish rabbi Work that involves religion indirectly such as a non governmental organization NGO dedicated to a non profit religious or moral purpose a polling organization journalism work in a law firm a charity or a service organization Administrative roles in religious organizations such as a local church or synagogue or a national religious institution Professions and or advanced graduate study in related fields see below Related Fields of Study Virtually any field of study could be joined to our program as a minor to our major or as a major with our minor or as a double major All majors in the humanities division are especially compatible including Art Communication Arts and Sciences English Interdisciplinary Studies Modern Languages Music Philosophy Theatre Arts Other fields whose connections to theology and religious studies have attracted growing interest in careers and or in academic scholarship Nursing for its role in healthcare ethics and the understanding of religion in health Social Work for its work with persons and groups needing help and hope Environmental Studies for its concern to understand and to preserve the beauty and necessity of nature and integrity of nature History and Political Science for its contemporary focus on the role of religion in global conflicts Criminal Justice for its dedication to the protection of society and the prevention of harm Certain minors create distinctive and unique relationships with a major in our department Diversity and Tolerance Studies minor Legal Studies minor Applied Ethics minor Women s Studies minor Environmental Studies minor Sustainability Policies and Practices minor We encourage you to explore all minors at Molloy Related Programs and Activities The Theology and Religious Studies Department maintains a vital and active collaborative relationship with the following Institute for Interfaith Dialogue Center for Ethical and Social Concerns The Center for Environmental Research and Coastal Oceans Monitoring CERCOM The Sustainability Institute International Education Requirements for a Major in Theology and Religious Studies Theology and Religious Studies B A New York State Registered Program Code 07464 HEGIS Code 1510 00 Religious Studies Excluding Theological Professions Molloy Program of Study Code TRSBA General Education Requirements 38 credits Courses which fulfill the following requirements are listed online and in the catalogue under General Education Courses 38 credits needed Arts and Fine Arts 2 courses selected from 3 disciplines ART History MUS History COM Speech 6 credits English and Modern Languages 1 course in each discipline and a third in either ENG 110 Modern Language and Modern Language Literature 9 Social and

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  • Molloy College: Benefits of the Major and Minor
    Theatre Molloy Social Media Contact Molloy Giving To Molloy Careers at Molloy Academics Message from VP Academic Affairs Degrees Offered Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Doctoral Programs Continuing Education Flexible Learning Opportunities Undergraduate Minors Off Campus Programs Course Search International Education Honors Program Molloy Faculty and Staff Employee Email Login Academic Services Student Solution Center Student s Right to Know JET Library Experiential Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Be inspired Academics Undergraduate Programs Theology and Religious Studies Benefits of the Major and Minor Benefits of the Major and Minor Benefits of the Major and Minor Clarify and deepen your own beliefs values and ideas about religion including your own religion if you participate in one and diverse views within it Gain understanding of religions in the world today how they influence and are influenced by the cultures politics and people around them Develop religious literacy as national and global citizens that can enable you to understand religious diversity similarities and conflicts Become equipped to take action work with others vote and speak out about whether and how people of different religious beliefs can live together in today s world Acquire skills of logic analysis interpretation and judgment which are helpful in many

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  • Molloy College: The Nature of Ethics in Our Department
    To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Be inspired Academics Undergraduate Programs Theology and Religious Studies The Nature of Ethics in Our Department The Nature of Ethics in Our Department In addition to courses in theology and religious studies our department offers courses in ethics The study of ethics includes both abstract questions such as what we mean by good or right and very practical questions on individual societal and global levels such as deciding in concrete situations what goals and means should be adopted or what duties and rights should be acknowledged To address such tasks the study of ethics makes use of many sources some are familiar such as philosophy religion culture and history and others may be unexpected sources such as art literature science and even humor The ethics courses offered by our department like those in many United States colleges attempt to provide public squares in which these tasks and sources can be investigated In that context Molloy s ethics courses do not assume or promote the validity of any particular moral system nor do they attempt to be absolutely neutral about the many moral choices humans may face There are historical reasons why the study of ethics is conducted in these challenging conditions and why these conditions create opportunities as well as difficulties American society and Western societies in general trace their origins and or foundational values to religious culture that was rooted in Jewish and Christian beliefs and values and informed by the Bible and classical traditions In recent centuries these societies have become more diverse in the variety of religious beliefs and moral systems that individuals may choose and more secular in public life as religious culture has become more private This history has created new arenas of moral conversation where Christian and other religious perspectives encounter a variety of other and often more secular moral perspectives When courses in ethics have this character they can be opportunities to explore the relevance and application of Christian and various moral traditions to contemporary life and to explore the truths insights and inspirations which each of them may uniquely offer Instead our courses aim to achieve two general goals first to provide students with introductions to the moral beliefs and values of various world religions and second to equip students with the tools of moral reasoning by which to test these alternative resources and learn whether and how to apply these resources to the moral questions of our time Ethics courses offered by the Department of Theology and Religious Studies may focus primarily on religious moral traditions such as the study of biblical ethics or how Christian churches have addressed social issues through the ages and explore

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