MAS Ecumenical Studies
• Provide a specialised post-graduate academic programme for theologians who seek to deepen their knowledge in the field of ecumenical studies • Give an opportunity for an academic reflection focusing on research within a scrutiny of already gained professional experience and enable a multiplication and a differentiated analysis of cutting edge issues preoccupying the ecumenical fellowship
10 modules: Core Course on the History of the Ecumenical Movement • Workshop on Intercultural Bible Study • Workshop on Practical Theology • Ecumenical Study Visits • Module of choice from among: Ecumenical Biblical Hermeneutics/Ecumenical Missiology/Ecumenical Social Ethics/Ecumenical Theology • Seminar on Research Methodology • Interdisciplinary / Intercultural Course • Research Fellowship • Research Seminar • Master Thesis
Diploma delivered jointly with
For students having completed a university Master's degree, preferably in Christian theology or in a closely related discipline.