Master's Degree in Theology (specialisation in Christianity, Human Rights and Society). One Year Programme
1. Offers students an understanding of the dynamic and evolving relationship between Church and State within modern societies, and its implications for the content of civil legislation and for the role of Catholic politicians.
2. Explores contemporary trends in globalization and the operation of human rights discourse in this context.
3. Examines the ethics of war and conflict; explores the global impact of conflict on communities; considers approaches to post-war reconciliation and social healing.
4. Provides an insight into key ethical arguments regarding international development.
5. Investigates the intersection of faith, scripture and spirituality with its implications for personal, communal and social morality.
The successful completion of six modules over two semesters and a 15,000 word thesis on an agreed topic.