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Master of Arts in Religious Studies
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Master of Arts in Religious Studies

Opening: October 2018
Duration: 6 semesters part-time (evening).
Mode of study: 1 year taught and 2 years research

The Master of Arts in Religious Studies is intended to enable students gain greater understanding of the impact of religion and spirituality in the contemporary world. Adopting an interdisciplinary approach, the programme seeks to probe relationships between religion, spirituality, society, identity, ethics and popular culture. Students choosing this course will become trained in advanced research skills and will network with scholars dedicated to the study of religions or religious thought.

The Master of Arts in Religious Studies is recommended for those who hold a bachelor degree in an area other than theology and wish to explore the relationship between their areas of study and theology or religion. It is addressed to students coming from various backgrounds including:
-    lay pastoral ministry and chaplaincy work; 
-    religious education, teaching, and evangelisation:
-    music ministry and missionary work;
-    social work and mediation.

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Course Co-ordinator: Rev. Dr John Berry

Board of Studies:
Rev. Dr John Berry (chairperson)
Dr Nadia Delicata
Rev. Dr Martin Micallef
Rev. Dr Kevin Schembri
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Last Updated: 12 January 2018

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