Religion, Philosophy & Theology courses
UCAS course code: VV65 Duration: 3 years full-time | Part-time options available on request
Religion, philosophy and ethics have always been closely related. Religious traditions play an important role in shaping the way that we approach questions like, ‘what does it mean to be human?’ or ‘what is justice?’ and philosophers have had an influence on the development of religious and ethical thought throughout history. This course will introduce you to some of the most important topics in these areas, and give you a full understanding of their interaction historically and in contemporary contexts.
UCAS course code: V600 Duration: 3 years full-time | Part-time options available on request
The Theology and Religious Studies award introduces the essential elements of the major world religions, and enables you to reflect upon the theological, ethical and philosophical issues that arise in them. Modules on this course will give you opportunity to explore the relationship between religion and often controversial issues in modern life. In this way, you will find that Theology & Religious Studies is a lively subject that deals with some of the most important issues of our time.
The Foundation Year offers you the opportunity to grow in confidence in academic study through the development of key skills and the exploration of diverse themes and cutting-edge developments in a large array of subjects in the areas of Religion and Philosophy and other Schools.
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