The Master of Theology offers five areas of study, of which students must choose three. Courses consist of lectures, seminars, sessions and course work. It should be noted that students who wish to join the ministry must choose practical theology. The programme is designed to provide students with extensive knowledge and specific skills in the various fields of theology.
In addition to advanced skills in very varied fields, the Master of Theology develops inde- pendence of thought and the ability to organ- ise work independently. These intellectual and human qualities offer interesting career prospects in many areas (depending on spe- cialisation, further training may be required) :
Students choose three branches from among the five proposed: Biblical Studies, History of Christianity, Systematic Theology and Ethics, Practical Theology, and Religious Studies. Teaching takes the form of courses, semi-nars, intensive sessions or practical work.
The Master’s runs over 4 semesters.ExaminationsCourses are validated by internal validations as indicated by teaching staff at the start of the semester.In every area of specialisation studied, the final exam is obligatory if the area of specialisation is not the subject of the dissertation and is optional otherwise. This examination may take the form of a written or oral test or a library research project
The student chooses 3 branches from 5 for a total of 90 ECTS.
Added to this is a Master’s dissertation worth 30 ECTS.
You can apply until:
Always verify the dates on the programme website.
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