CAO CODE: TR137 The School of Religions and Theology opens up for undergraduate students the opportunity to wrestle with persistent religious and philosophical questions, to engage with contemporary social, political and ethical issues, and to explore the culture and history‚Äîancient, medieval, and modern‚Äîof the Middle East, Europe and Ireland. In the course of their studies with us, students gain broad experience of an impressive range of intellectual operations‚Äîhistorical, sociological, literary, linguistic, hermeneutical, philosophical, and theological. French may be studied as one subject in the TSM programme (TR 001), it may be dropped after the third year or continued to fourth year. Final examinations take place either at the end of third year (Moderatorship Part I) or at the end of fourth year (Moderatorship Part II). For full details of all TSM courses, consult the Arts Faculty.
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