School of Divinity

Islam & Christian–Muslim Relations

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.

 

Programme description

The dialogical framework of our MSc in Islam & Christian-Muslim Relations allows you to study multiple disciplines in both Islamic and Christian thought and practice.

Programme structure

This programme is taught over one year full-time (or two years part-time), mainly in small classroom/seminar groups.

Entry requirements

A UK 2:1 honours degree with a mark of at least 65 per cent or its international equivalent in theology/religious studies or in a relevant field within humanities and social sciences.

Scholarships and funding

Awards are made for both Masters and PhD programmes.

Fees and costs

Information on tuition fees

Further information

Please contact the Graduate School or the Programme Director

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