School of Divinity

Taught programmes

Select from a diverse range of postgraduate taught degrees

Religion and Literature

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This innovative new Masters programme offers deep and broad study of the relationship between all genres of literature and a wide range of religious traditions, thoughts and practices.

Biblical Studies

Develop your expertise in Biblical Studies.

Islam & Christian–Muslim Relations

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This exciting Taught Masters offers a rich and broad study of the Islamic intellectual traditions of scripture, law, theology and philosophy in conversation with Christian thought, ethics and political theology.

Religious Studies

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Investigate religious traditions, theory and method in the study of religion.

Theology in History

Look at the Christian past from a variety of perspectives.

World Christianity

Understand a wide range of Christian belief, culture and practice throughout the world, in historical, theological, and social contexts.

MSc Science and Religion

Engage in advanced interdisciplinary study of science and religion.

Graduate Diploma in Theology & Religious Studies

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The Graduate Diploma provides a route towards postgraduate study in Theology and Religious Studies for those with a previous degree in another subject.

Ministry

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Applications are invited for the Doctor of Ministry Programme run in collaboration with Pittsburgh Theological Seminary.

Online MSc Philosophy, Science and Religion

The MSc Philosophy, Science and Religion is a fully online MSc programme offered jointly by the School of Divinity and the Department of Philosophy (School of School of Philosophy, Psychology & Language Sciences).

Personal Tutor

Your Personal Tutor is available for consultation about serious academic or personal issues throughout the year and will provide you with their contact details.

To find out more about the School's commitment to the personal tutoring system, please read the Personal Tutor Statement.