Bachelor of Arts Catholic Theology (Minor 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 journey of intellectual exploration and spiritual inquiry with our Bachelor of Arts in Catholic Theology. Delve into the profound questions of faith and humanity as you engage in scientific reflection on theology. Our program offers a comprehensive study of Catholic theology within the rich tradition of the Church, encompassing various focal areas including Biblical Theology, Historical Theology, Systematic Theology, and Practical Theology. By blending rigorous academic inquiry with spiritual contemplation, students are equipped to navigate the complexities of faith and society in today’s world.


Step into a world of intellectual exploration and spiritual discovery with our Bachelor of Arts Catholic Theology program. Here, students are not just learners but seekers, diving into the depths of theological inquiry to uncover timeless truths and explore new horizons. Through a combination of rigorous academic study and hands-on experience, graduates emerge with a deep understanding of the Catholic faith and the tools to engage meaningfully with the world around them.

In addition to gaining subject knowledge and methodological skills, students are exposed to a variety of disciplines and perspectives, preparing them for the diverse contexts they’ll encounter in their careers. Whether you’re interested in becoming a speaker for church organizations, a counselor, a journalist, or pursuing a career in education or HR, our program provides a solid foundation for success.

Admission Requirements

To join our Bachelor of Arts Catholic Theology program, applicants must have 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 background and language skills necessary to succeed 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 alumni have gone on to pursue diverse and fulfilling careers in various fields, from education and counseling to journalism and human resources. With a strong foundation in Catholic theology and a broad skill set that includes critical thinking, communication, and ethical reasoning, our graduates are well-equipped to thrive in a rapidly changing job market. Employers value their ability to engage with complex ideas, navigate diverse perspectives, and uphold the values of integrity and compassion.

Visa Requirements:

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