Baccalaureate in Theology and Arts

This course provides a solid intellectual formation in Theology plus two other Arts subjects. Studying theology gives you the skills to ask the biggest questions of existence.

Undergraduate - Full Time
3 Years
CAO Code - MU001
Course Start Date:
September 2018
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Introduction

This course provides a solid intellectual formation in Theology plus two other Arts subjects. Studying theology gives you the skills to ask the biggest questions of existence.

Description

The Baccalaureate in Theology and Arts (BATh) is a three-year, level 8, full-time, honours degree course comprising Theology and Arts subjects. The Theology Courses are taught in the Faculty of Theology of the Pontifical University, while the Arts subjects are taught in Maynooth University (MU).

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Career Outcomes

Teaching

Business

Communications

Journalism

Finance

The Civil Service

Administration

R.E. Project Co-ordinator

School Chaplaincy

Third Level Chaplaincy

Marketing

Pastoral Work

Publishing

Public Relations

Social Services

Public / Private Sectors

Community Development

Research Administrator

Healthcare Chaplaincy

Parish Administration

Course Structure

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Application Requirements

Applicants under 23 years of age on 1st of January of the year of proposed entry must meet the matriculation requirements. 

Full details of entry requirements may be found on our website: http://maynoothcollege.ie/pont...

A points system will operate when the number of applicants exceeds the places available.

Application Procedure: Application for the BATh is made through the Central Applications Office, CAO course code: MU001. (CAO, Tower House, Eglinton Street, Galway. Tel: (091) 509 800 Fax: (091) 562-344. ). 

Applications may be made on-line: www.cao.ie. Applications should be received by the CAO on or before 1st February. Late applications will be accepted up to and including 1st May on payment of an additional fee to the CAO. This degree qualifies for Higher Education grants and for Fee Remission Programmes. Under certain circumstances a student may defer entry for one year.

Mature applicants: Applicants 23 years of age or over on 1st January of the year of intended entry who do not fulfil the normal matriculation requirements may apply for matriculation on the basis of mature years. Before 1st February, mature applicants must:

  1. Submit their applications to the CAO.
  2. Late applications will be considered up to the late CAO closing date of 1st May. Please contact the Admissions Office if you wish to either make a late application or if you wish to enter our courses on your CAO application using the Change of Mind facility.

Maynooth provides a mentoring service designed as a support for first year students as they make their transition to university life. The mentoring service is coordinated by the Registrar of the Pontifical University. Students are encouraged to avail themselves of this service, although it is not obligatory.

Further information may be obtained from the Theology Office.