Bachelor of Arts Catholic Theology (Dual Subject)

Study Discipline: Arts & Humanities
Study Programme Details
City: Bonn
Country: Germany
Admission Sessions: Autumn Session, Spring Session
Study Format: Full Time
Mode of Study: Fully on Site

Programme Type

Bachelor's degree


36 Months

Scholarship Available




About this Study Course

Embark on a transformative journey into the realm of theological inquiry with our Bachelor of Arts Catholic Theology (Dual Subject) program. Rooted in centuries-old traditions yet forward-looking in its approach, our program offers students a unique opportunity to explore the profound questions of faith and humanity from a Catholic perspective. Through rigorous academic study, experiential learning, and engagement with contemporary issues, students develop a deep understanding of theology while also honing critical thinking and analytical skills essential for success in a rapidly changing world.


Our program offers a comprehensive exploration of Catholic theology through four core focus areas: Biblical Theology, Historical Theology, Systematic Theology, and Practical Theology. Students delve into the rich tapestry of Christian faith, examining its origins, development, and contemporary relevance. Alongside theological coursework, students also engage with philosophy, enriching their understanding and enhancing their interdisciplinary perspective.

As a dual-subject degree program, students have the flexibility to combine theology with another equally weighted subject, allowing for a truly personalized educational experience. Whether it’s pairing theology with philosophy to deepen one’s understanding of religious thought, or combining it with psychology to explore the intersection of faith and human behavior, the possibilities are endless. With the freedom to choose complementary courses and elective modules, students can tailor their studies to suit their interests and career aspirations.

Admission Requirements

To join our Bachelor of Arts Catholic Theology (Dual Subject) program, applicants must possess a university entrance qualification, such as the Abitur, and demonstrate proficiency in the German language at DSH level 2 or CEFR level C1. These requirements ensure that students have the academic foundation and language skills necessary to thrive in our rigorous program.

  • Biblical Theology (Old Testament, New Testament)
  • Historical Theology (ancient church history, medieval and modern church history)
  • Systematic Theology (fundamental theology, dogmatics, Christian social studies, moral theology)
  • Practical Theology (religious education, liturgy, pastoral theology, canon law)

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Future Career Outcomes

Our graduates are well-prepared for a variety of careers that require critical thinking, communication skills, and a deep understanding of faith and ethics. Whether they choose to pursue traditional paths within the Church or explore opportunities in education, counseling, journalism, or human resources, our program equips them with the knowledge and skills needed to make a meaningful impact in their chosen field.

Visa Requirements:

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