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Bachelor of Theology and Religious Studies (Leuven) (180 ECTS)
Bachelor of Arts

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Theological Components

Every stage students take all the courses on offer from the theological components. This year A05A4B (Old and New Testament
Exegesis: Prophets), A05A6A (Old and New Testament Exegesis: Paul), A06A2A (Dogmatic Theology: Creation, Church, and Salvation
History), A06A3A (Christian Ethics), A07N8A (History of Church and Theology: Middle Ages & Early Modern Period) and A07A3A
(Pastoral Theology) are being taught.

Biblical Studies

3 ECTS Old and New Testament Exegesis: A05A4B E.Tigchelaar


Prophets
3 ECTS Old and New Testament Exegesis: A05A7B B.Doyle
Psalms and Wisdom
3 ECTS Old and New Testament Exegesis: A05A9A N.
John
3 ECTS Old and New Testament Exegesis: A05A1B N.
Pentateuch
3 ECTS Old and New Testament Exegesis: A05A3A N.
Synoptics
3 ECTS Old and New Testament Exegesis: A05A6A R.Bieringer
Paul

Systematic Theology

6 ECTS Dogmatic Theology: Christology and A06A1A K.Struys


Trinity
6 ECTS Fundamental Theology: Faith and A06A0A S.van Erp
Revelation
6 ECTS Dogmatic Theology: Creation, A06A2A J.Haers
Church, and Salvation History

Theological Ethics

6 ECTS Sexual and Conjugal Morality A06A4A T.Knieps

6 ECTS Christian Political and Social Ethics A06A5A J.Verstraeten

6 ECTS Christian Ethics A06A3A Y.De Maeseneer

History of Church and Theology

6 ECTS History of Church and Theology: A07N8A R.Faesen (coordinator)


Middle Ages and Early Modern J.Arblaster (substitute)
Period
W.François
J.Lopes Pereira (substitute)

6 ECTS History of Church and Theology: A06A8A N.


Ancient Church
6 ECTS History of Church and Theology: A06A9A M.Lamberigts
Contemporary Period

Pastoral Theology

6 ECTS Liturgy and Sacraments A07A0A J.Geldhof (coordinator)


N.
6 ECTS Pastoral Theology A07A3A A.Dillen
A.Kummer (cooperator)

6 ECTS Catechetics A07A4A F.Depoortere

Religious Studies Components

Students take two 'Religious Studies Components' every stage.


In 2018-2019 A07A6A (Introduction to Islam) and A07A7A (Introduction to Religious Studies) are being taught.

4 ECTS Introduction to Islam A07A6A N.


E.Platti (substitute)

4 ECTS Introduction to Anthropology of A07A9A A.Mayer


Religion
4 ECTS Introduction to Religious Studies A07A7A A.Mayer

4 ECTS Introduction to Judaism A07A8A B.Doyle

4 ECTS Introduction to Psychology of P0M66A N.


Religion
4 ECTS Introduction to Eastern Religions A02E9A N.

Philosophical Components

Students take one Philosophical Component every stage.


BA1 students should take W0EA7A (Historical Introduction to Philosophy) before they take any other course.

5 ECTS Historical Introduction to Philosophy W0EA7A A.Robiglio

5 ECTS Theory of Knowledge W0EA3A L.Demey

5 ECTS History of Philosophy: Modern W0EB1A R.Breeur


Philosophy I
5 ECTS History of Philosophy: Modern W0AO0A K.de Boer
Philosophy II
5 ECTS Philosophical Anthropology W0EA5A J.Jansen

5 ECTS Metaphysics W0EA6A H.Tegtmeyer

5 ECTS History of Philosophy: Ancient W0EA8A G.Van Riel


Philosophy
5 ECTS Phenomenology and Contemporary W0EB3A S.Micali
Continental Philosophy
5 ECTS Philosophy of Science W0EA4A G.Ramsey

Electives

Students take 20 credits electives.

Students are required to take one elective during the first stage and two electives during the second and third stage. Students are
required to take at least one subject in the field of Classical Languages and one subject in the field of Canon Law during the first,
second or third stage. Students who have never followed a course in Canon Law before entering this programme are required to
take 'Basic Concepts of Canon Law', which is an introduction to all other courses in this field.

Language Components

4 ECTS Christian Latin A08A0A M.Lamberigts

4 ECTS Christian Latin, Readings A08A1A M.Lamberigts

4 ECTS Biblical Greek Ia A08A2A R.Bieringer

4 ECTS Biblical Greek Ib A08A3A R.Bieringer

4 ECTS Biblical Greek II (Readings) A08A5A J.Verheyden (coordinator)


N.
D.Batovici (substitute)

4 ECTS Patristic Greek: Readings A07E5A N.

4 ECTS Hebrew Ia A08A6A B.Doyle

4 ECTS Hebrew Ib A08A7A B.Doyle

4 ECTS Academic English for Theology A05G3A B.Doyle (coordinator)


and Religious Studies N.
D.Minch Jr (cooperator)
L.Shahan (cooperator)

6 ECTS German for Reading Knowledge: W0EA0A L.De Wachter (coordinator)


Beginner's Level N.
L.Van Lierop (cooperator)

3 ECTS German for Reading Knowledge: W0EF0A L.De Wachter (coordinator)


Intermediate Level N.
L.Van Lierop (cooperator)

6 ECTS French for Reading Knowledge: W0EB0A S.Verlinde (coordinator)


Beginner's Level N.
A.Slootmaekers (cooperator)

3 ECTS French for Reading Knowledge: W0EG0A S.Verlinde (coordinator)


Intermediate Level N.
A.Slootmaekers (cooperator)

Canon Law Components

4 ECTS General Norms of Canon Law B0B06A H.Torfs

4 ECTS Basic Concepts of Canon Law B0B00A N.


A.van der Helm (substitute)

4 ECTS Marriage Law of the Church B0B01B H.Warnink

4 ECTS Organisation of the Church B0B57A N.

4 ECTS Theology of Canon Law B0B03A N.


A.van der Helm (substitute)

4 ECTS Rights and Obligations of Christian B0B17A H.Torfs


Faithful

Philosophical and Anthropological Components

5 ECTS Historical Introduction to Philosophy W0EA7A A.Robiglio

5 ECTS Theory of Knowledge W0EA3A L.Demey

5 ECTS History of Philosophy: Modern W0EB1A R.Breeur


Philosophy I
5 ECTS History of Philosophy: Modern W0AO0A K.de Boer
Philosophy II
5 ECTS Philosophical Anthropology W0EA5A J.Jansen

5 ECTS Metaphysics W0EA6A H.Tegtmeyer

5 ECTS History of Philosophy: Ancient W0EA8A G.Van Riel


Philosophy
5 ECTS Phenomenology and Contemporary W0EB3A S.Micali
Continental Philosophy
5 ECTS Philosophy of Science W0EA4A G.Ramsey

Integrative Courses for Exchange Students

This course is only meant for (1) exchange students in the Erasmus-Socrates and other programmes; (2) students entering the
Abridged Bachelor of Arts in Theology & Religious Studies.

4 ECTS The Louvain Approach to Theology A05E4A A.Dupont


and Religious Studies in the Past N.
and in the Present

Guided Individual Work

Students from the first stage follow the Introduction to Theology. Students from the second and third stage follow the Reading of
Theological Texts and write an Essay each stage.

Introductory Component

14 ECTS Introduction to Theology A08A8A J.Geldhof (coordinator)


B.Doyle
G.Van Belle (substitute)
J.Geldhof
M.Lamberigts (substitute)
G.Gielis (substitute)
L.Janssen (substitute)
D.Vanysacker
N.
N.Betz (cooperator)
A.Handl (cooperator)

Reading of Theological Texts

5 ECTS Reading of Theological Texts A08M7A P.De Mey (coordinator)


J.De Tavernier

Essay

The Essay is to be written under the supervision of a member of the teaching staff.
The area chosen must be different in both stages.

6 ECTS Essay 1 A09A3A P.Van Hecke (coordinator)


N.

6 ECTS Essay 2 A09A6A P.Van Hecke (coordinator)


N.

Sacrae Theologiae Baccalaureus

Students can obtain this degree in combination with the civil, academic degrees offered by the faculty and regulated by Decree of the
Flemish Community as long as they fulfil the conditions required by the Apostolic Constitution Sapientia Christiana. Students wishing to
take STB-courses as part of their electives, need prior approval of the secretary of the Teaching Committee.

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