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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.
Areas of study:
* Bible studies
* History of Christianity
* Religious studies
* Ethics and systematic theology
* Practical theology
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Master of Theology
4 semesters (max. 6 semesters), 120 ECTS credits
Courses, 90 credits
Area 1, 30 credits
Area 2, 30 credits
Area 3, 30 credits
Dissertation, 30 credits
Courses in the history of Christianity, ethics and systematic theology are offered at the University of Geneva: those in Bible studies and religious studies at the University of Lausanne; and those in practical theology at the University of Neuchâtel. For more information, visit:
Students may go on exchange regardless of how many credits they have completed at the Faculty. Students may earn no more than 30 credits (or spend no more than one semester) on exchange.
A Master of Theology leads to a number of opportunities in a variety of fields, such as: academic research (doctorate, post-doctorate), ecclesiastical professions (ministry, chaplaincy), social services (marriage counsellor, care, support), the media (journalism, communications), human resources, government and non-governmental organisations, the book industry (publishing, bookshops).
Faculty of Theology: Uni Bastions, 5 rue De-Candolle, 1211 Genève 4
Student affairs: T. +41 (0)22 379 74 22 (le matin)
Academic advisors: Bachelor´s, PhD, certificate Mr Christophe Pisteur T. +41 (0)22 379 72 55
Level of French required
Eliminatory general test and additional written test for non-Francophones with the exception of the following cases:
A Bachelor of Theology or equivalent degree
Enrolment at one of the three faculties of theology (Geneva, Lausanne or Neuchâtel)