The BA in Theology at Queen’s gives students the opportunity to explore theological thinking from a variety of perspectives within the discipline of Theology and Religious Studies. It also offers an important context for understanding how religion affects and shapes society, and how it informs and draws upon insights from other disciplines. Our modules in Theology cover the four core areas of Biblical Studies, Systematics, Church History and Practical Theology and students also take, according to their particular area of interest, courses from the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Our teaching and assessment methods range from traditional lecture and seminar-based work, to field-trips activities. Our programme is diverse and inclusive, and we welcome all students who wish to develop breadth of vision and understanding of the place and role of Theology and Religion, in both the past and the present.
What Our Students Say
"I have really enjoyed my time studying Theology at Queen’s. The opportunity to engage in religious arguments is of greater importance in society than ever before, therefore making studying theology extremely relevant."Oriana Marsh
Bachelor of Arts in Theology (Single Honours)