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Undergraduate courses

Religion, Theology and Philosophy

Explore the nature of life and existence

Discover our Religion, Theology and Philosophy courses here, or visit us at an Open Day to find out more.

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How do ideologies influence our lives? What is truth? How can we live good lives? Explore big questions like these and consider their practical implications.

Studying a religion or philosophy course can lead to career opportunities in areas such as charity work, social services, marketing, teaching, ministry or interfaith work, and youth work.

Courses

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English Literature and Religion BA (Hons)

Both of these subjects develop vital skills in empathy, evaluating arguments and independent thinking. Through the study of both Religion and Literature you will engage with a wide spectrum of different viewpoints, perceptions and experiences...

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History and Religion BA (Hons)

Together Religion and History help us understand the modern world by exploring the beliefs people hold, and how our past led us to our current situations...

Religion and Theology BA (Hons)

Throughout history religion has shaped individuals, societies, cultures and political movements. Religion is as important today as it has ever been, and understanding it is vital to understanding our modern world...

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Religion, Philosophy and Ethics BA (Hons)

These subjects are at the heart of some of the most urgent and important debates in the contemporary world. If you want to tackle the big questions in life, engage with complex philosophical ideas and explore what it means to be human then this is...

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