University of Malta

Master of Arts in Spirituality
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October 2018

6 semesters part-time (evening).

Mode of study
2 years taught and 1 year research

The Master of Arts in Spirituality is intended to help students acquire a holistic perception of life, the human person, and to value the contribution of spirituality in this regard. It offers students a solid grounding in: the tradition of Christian spirituality and theology; the skills needed to become animators of others in their process of Christian development; and the ability to discern the signs of the times. In the second year of study, students will be able to choose whether to pursue their interests in General Spirituality (Stream A) or Carmelite Spirituality (Stream B). The Master of Arts in Spirituality qualifies under the Get Qualified Scheme.

Recommended for those involved in formation within different religious orders and Christian communities, persons committed in evangelisation, ministry and catechesis, and others intending to pursue ongoing personal formation.

Click here for the bye-laws of this course and for further information.

Course Coordinator: 
Rev. Dr Charló Camilleri

Board of Studies:
Rev. Dr Charló Camilleri (chair)
Rev. Dr Stefan Attard
Rev. Glen Attard
Dr Pauline Dimech
Last Updated: 1 June 2018

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