Bachelor's Program in Theology, Eastern Christian Studies
This is a three-year bachelor’s program which provides students with a solid understanding of Orthodox theology and tradition, and which teaches them how to study and express themselves within an academic context. The program introduces subjects such as Church history, liturgics, ecclesiology, patristics and biblical studies, with a specific focus on the eastern Churches. In the first year students study a series of compulsory courses providing a rich balance of biblical, theological, historical and liturgical courses. The first year is studied in Södertälje. The following two years are taught at Stockholm School of Theology (University College Stockholm) in which time students are able to choose from a range of options and to show a deeper knowledge of one area of interest in greater depth in a thesis.
Bachelor’s Program in Theology, Eastern Christian Studies has 4 study options available:
1. Full-time, 3 years, on-campus. Admission code: TEOK1
2. Part-time, on-campus: year 1&2 (50%), Full-time: year 3&4, on-campus. Admission code: TEOK2
3. Full-time, on-line: year 1, full-time on-campus: year 2&3, Admission code: TEOK3
4. Part-time, online: year 1 &2 (50%), Full-time, on-campus: year 3&4, Admission code: TEOK4
Structure of this program
Full-time, on-line: year 1, full-time on-campus: year 2&3:
In the first-year students study a series of compulsory courses providing a rich balance of biblical, theological, historical and liturgical courses. The first year is studied on-line.
During the following two years, taught at Stockholm School of Theology (University College Stockholm), Campus Bromma, students study various subjects and write a thesis on a subject chosen in collaboration with their supervisor.
Admission code: TEOK3
You can find out more about the program here.
By the end of the program students will have a good awareness of the nature and scope of Eastern Christian studies, be able to independently assess and evaluate ideas and theories, understand and use appropriate methodology, critically read and analyze original texts, communicate their own views and ideas clearly and logically and be able to conduct and analyze research within this field.
Fastställd av Ämnesföreträdarkollegiet vid Enskilda Högskolan Stockholm den 17 november 2020