The aim of the MA programme is the study of core subjects, such as Philosophy, Biblical Studies, Systematic and Pastoral Theology. To put the core subjects into practice, they are supplemented by additional subjects, namely, catechetic and pedagogical.
The academic title ThLic. is awarded after the defence of rigorous thesis and passing oral state examination.
The doctoral study prepares the students for independent scientific research of specific theological fields.
Theology for Laics (part time)
The BA programme provides the students with basic knowledge of Catholic Theology, and it also helps with their individual personal development. This branche of study is suitable for everybody interested in the study of theology.
The subsequent MA is focused on the development of theological concepts and their applications.
This two-year MA programme welcomes the applicants with a BA decree in Theology for Laics or the graduates from other humanistic and social subjects at other faculties. Its aim is to supplement and develop their previous knowledge and put it in ethical context.
History of Christian Art
The BA programme is focused on the knowledge of history of art in a wider theological, historical and cultural context.
The subsequent MA programme prepares for an independent scientific research and dealing with problems concerning the history of art in the specific perspective of Christian art. The doctoral study prepares the students for an independent scientific research and for an independent creative activity in the area of art of various epochs with a possible emphasis on its connection with Christianity.
History of European Culture
The BA programme consists of four modules: historical, history of art, literary and philosophical-theological. The target of the study is to prepare the students for the occupations which require good knowledge of history, history of art and literature and other similar subjects.
The subsequent MA programme gives an overview of a historical and cultural development, and it simultaneously offers a specialisation in a particular epoch with regard to the variety of individual modules.
Church and General History
The doctoral programme prepares the students for an independent scientific research and creative activity in the area of church and general history. The programme stresses the interconnectivity of individual disciplines, mainly with the history of art and auxiliary sciences of history.