This course provides an intensive international learning experience in Rome, Italy. It offers contemporary and historical models of integrating faith with reason, and religious practice with intellectual, creative, and public engagement, specifically the roles that the Catholic Church and Vatican play in Rome, in ecology, science, literature, and public life. This course includes a mandatory travel component to Rome, Italy, which takes place following the Winter term exam period. An ancillary fee of $2,000 is required to help cover a portion of the travel costs. Not eligible for CR/NCR option.
This course is restricted to newly admitted Faculty of Arts and Science students accepted to the Gilson Seminar: SMC One. Applications are due before the end of April (deadline subject to change). Apply via the JOIN U of T website.