The first theological cycle of education offers a comprehensive and structured exposure to Catholic doctrine and introduces students to the scientific methodology of theological research.
Students obtain their Baccalaureate in Theology after a three-year course, preceded by a two-year philosophical course. The total number of ECTS credits that are required to achieve the Baccalaureate, as established by the Congregation for Catholic Church, is 180; the number required by our curriculum is 183.
The course is intended for priests, religious, lay people, and seminarians.
The academic activities of the Faculty of Theology are expected to enable students to gain greater insight into the mystery of God and his plan of salvation through Jesus Christ, as revealed by the Sacred Scripture and faithfully handed on by the Church. Students may thus acquire a thorough knowledge of Catholic doctrine, learn how to clearly express and defend it, and establish a dialogue with other Christians and contemporary humankind. The Faculty provides students with the qualifications required to carry out various services within the Church, preparing them for teaching. To attain these objectives, the activities of teachers are based on the following guidelines:
List of thesis topics for the final Baccalaureate exam
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