Master’s Degree in Theology (specialisation in Contemporary Systematic Theology)

Study and gain an indepth understanding of major themes in Systematic Theology in the light of Vatican II

Introduction

Study and gain an indepth understanding of major themes in Systematic Theology in the light of Vatican II

Description

Students who graduate will hope to have acquired

  • an indepth understanding of major themes in Systematic Theology in the light of Vatican II, including: Faith and Revelation, Trinity, Creation, Christology Ecclesiology, Grace, and Sacramentology.
  • an awareness of the contribution of some significant Catholic theologians to the renewal of Catholic theology in the twentieth-century, e.g. Karl Rahner, Henri de Lubac, Joseph Ratzinger, Yves Congar, and others.
  • an ability to assess some of the more recent developments in systematic theology e.g. religious pluralism and contextual theologies.

Thesis [15,000 words] on an agreed topic in the area of Contemporary Systematic Theology

Fees

Fee for academic year 2017/2018: TBC (expected around €5,000)

Timetable

10 weeks per module.

Seminars held on Monday and Wednesday evenings:

Semester 1: Monday: 4pm – 6pm / Wednesday: 4pm-6pm & 7pm-9pm

Career Outcomes

TBD
TBD

Application Requirements