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Christian Theologies from an Ecumenical Perspective
Unrestricted admission, no application required
Bachelor of Arts
Further information on the degree program
Proficiency in foreign language
Language of instruction
Dates and deadlines
*Can also be studied part-time (12 semesters)
The degree program
The bachelor’s program introduces students to the
central aspects of Christian theologies and their
influences on and characterizations of European culture.
The degree program takes an interdenominational point of
view. It looks at its objects from both a Roman Catholic
and a Protestant point of view. The change of perspective
will present the differences and similarities between the
two denominations and teach the students a proper
understanding of the denominational variations and their
social effects. Denominational differences remain visible,
but are critically and constructively discussed.
Students acquire the ability to perceive the denominational roots of everyday spirituality and the social structures, understand the significance of these roots and reason in a denominationally sensitive area in a manner that takes the needs of all parties involved into account.
Can be studied as...
- A major subject (concept C and D)
- A minor subject (concept B and D)
Structure of the degree program
In undergraduate studies at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, students can combine various major and minor subjects in a variety of ways.
Additional admission requirements (such as language proficiency in Latin or Greek) are not required due to the intended occupational fields.
The degree program is targeted at students who will be confronted with denominational and religious differences in their future profession and want to be able to respond appropriately. Such professions can be found in the area of politics (e.g. cultural and educational policy) as well as in business (e.g. diversity management, HR management), development work (e.g. development projects in consideration of religious norms in the field of work), public administration (e.g. urban planning, civil registry) or social work (e.g. open youth work in religiously heterogeneous cities). The B.A. “Christian Theologies from an Ecumenical Perspective” therefore deliberately focuses on work outside of the traditional fields of work of organized churches.
Organization of the degree program
We recommend that, as a minimum, you take a look at the degree plan of your degree program before the start of the lecture period so that you know which modules are intended for the start of your studies.