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Bachelor of Theology.

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Description of programme structure

Theology, Religion and Society

6.sem.Biblical Exegesis 2The Bible and Social IssuesConstructive Theology
5.sem.Christian Initiation: Faith, Baptism and the Holy Spirit Church in SocietySociology of Religion
4.sem.Introduction to Biblical ExegesisEcumenism and Cross-Cultural CommunicationJudaism and Islam
3.sem.Practical TheologyTEOL1610
Introduction to Contemporary Mission Studies
(10 stp)
Introduction to Religious Studies
Introduction to Church History and Christian Denominations
(10 stp)
Introduction to the Social SciencesEX1011
Examen philosophicum
(10 stp)
Introduction to the Bible
(10 stp)
Introduction to Systematic Theology
(10 stp)
Examen facultatum
(10 stp)
Semester.10 ECTS10 ECTS10 ECTS

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The Bachelor in Theology, Religion and Society program aims to give the student a thorough education in the theological disciplines and contemporary issues related to theology, society, and religion. Beginning with a foundation of introductory courses, the student gains a solid understanding of Biblical Studies, Systematic Theology, Church History and Practical Theology. The program builds upon this foundation with intermediate courses in theology and biblical studies, and addresses a wide range of issues from theological, missiological and sociological perspectives, allowing the student to develop a deeper knowledge of the Bible and theology in relation to contemporary society.

Further studies

Students who complete the Bachelor in Theology program will be qualified for further studies at the Masters level in theology and religion, including all English language Master's degrees at MF - Norwegian School of Theology.

Career opportunities

Students will be equipped for service in a wide range of settings within church and society, in a variety of work or volunteer positions. Students are especially prepared to work in churches or organizations dealing with social issues around the globe.

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