Name: Bachelor of Theology
Duration: 10 semesters
Aimed at: People interested in Theology or Church
– Pass the admission exam
– Photocopy of Certificate of studies of regular basic education
– Simple photocopy of the National Identity Document or passport
– Fill out the registration forms
– Payment of Admission Rights
– Theoretical: it includes thematic exhibitions, the analysis of cases, essays, discussion, report of readings, group work for the analysis of the modular contents and their tools.
– Practice: includes thematic dynamics, field work, development of academic days.
– Reading material.
– Data display-slide in power-point.
– Overhead projector and transparencies.
– Acrylic board and markers.
– Paper and cardboard.
– Group work all modules 25%
– Two exams (partial and final) 10%
– Exhibition of academic subjects 10%
– Thematic essays 5%
– Design of an administrative department 25%
– Development of an academic day 25%
– Assistance during face-to-face work (minimum 80%)
– The rating system is vigesimal and the minimum passing grade is 13.
Certification and title:
At the end of the academic process and whenever the student does not owe or has not approved (or) any subject, may request their respective certificates of study.
The studies of the Program lead to the Academic Degree of BACHELOR IN THEOLOGY.
To obtain the Diploma the graduate must comply with the requirements and academic requirements, following the procedure established by the University.
Introduction to Theology
General and Comparative Theology
Oral and written expression
General History of Religions
Archeology and Religious Liturgy I
Comparative Religions I: Near East: Mesopotamia, Palestine and Egypt A.C.
Archeology and Religious Liturgy II
Comparative religion II: Far East A.C.
Sociology and Religious Anthropology
Comparative Religions III: Euro Africanas A.C.
Epistemology of Scientific and Religious Knowledge
Elective I: Classical Literature of India
Elective I: Culture and Religion Tibeto Mongola
Elective I: Chinese Classical Literature
Pre-religious Morales Philosophies: Confusion, Taoism, Shintoism
Comparative Religions IV: Pre-Columbian Americans
Elective II: Hermeneutics and Exegetical Methodologies in the Study of Religions
Elective II: Religious Moral
Elective II: Social Doctrine
Elective II: Mythology, Syncretisms, and Pre-Religious Congregations
Comparative Religions V: Christian Era: Christianity
Pedagogy and Religious Education I
Pedagogy and Religious Education II
Comparative Religions VI: Christian Era: Islamism
Modern and Contemporary Currents of Christianity
Comparative Religions VII: Contemporary Religions and Theologies
Psychology of Religion
Anthropology of Religion