25 September 2020
For anyone who has always wanted to do something with theology on an academic level, TUA has good news: in September 2021 the master’s programme, ‘Living Reformed Theology’, will commence. The master’s, consisting of 60 EC, can be pursued part-time or full-time, and has a unique approach.
The master’s is interdisciplinary. The various theological disciplines, such as Old Testament and practical theology, are brought into contact with each other. But also the current or intended (professional) practice of the participating students will be advanced. The student’s learning path is the main goal. This can be a practical or more theoretical issue.
It all starts with an introductory module about the heart of Reformed theology, followed by the choice of modules: about Christian leadership, Bible reading in the 21st century, and freedom, law and justice.
To be admitted to the master's program, at least an academic bachelor is required; not necessarily a theological bachelor’s.
Prof. Dr. A. Huijgen, dean of the master's programme ‘Living Reformed Theology’ says: "This master’s degree is designed for students who want to do an in-depth drilling down into Reformed theology in a short period of time. We have brought together the best the TUA has to offer in an interdisciplinary program: Bible, theology, history and professional practices.
For more information about this master’s, please visit these pages.