NACMS offers a variety of e-learning opportunities that may be accessed virtually.

Online Marianist History Course

The Online Marianist History Course is an introduction to the history of the Marianist Family spanning pre-Revolutionary France through the death of Father Chaminade. This course is adapted from the Marianist History Course that is offered to novices in formation with the Marianist Brothers and Sisters. Students have monthly virtual classes with an instructor and complete reading assignments. To learn more, click here.

MSP 2.0

MSP 2.0 is a yearlong program of assisted research in Marianist Studies, including monthly virtual sessions and a week at NACMS in the summer.  For more information, click here.


We periodically have webinars about various topics, which participants join using Zoom. Cost of the webinar depends on length. For more information and to see our latest webinar offerings, click here.

Virtual Learning Community - Marianist Studies

NACMS has produced several courses offered as part of the Marianist Studies strand of the Virtual Learning Community for Faith Formation (VLCFF) at the University of Dayton. The courses currently being offered are found in the VLCFF's course catalog under the "Marianist Studies" track.