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About the course


What you will study


124 US credits

he Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies gives you the opportunity to gain a solid grounding in Adventist history, theology, faith and the Bible and equips you with crucial skills that transfer well into the workplace. It deals with philosophical ideas and their history and biblical teachings, and offers you the chance to ask questions, seek answers and form opinions.

ith two-thirds of the course consisting of general elective subjects, this course allows you to choose from a broad range of subjects that includes history, communications, languages and health. One-third of the degree consists of a major in Religious Studies that focuses on the history and ideas of Christianity and the practical application of these ideas within an Adventist context.


THIS DEGREE is appropriate for those wishing

To complete the course you will take a total of 124 credits, 15-16 credits per semester: • 42 credits of modules from the Religious Studies major, with at least one-third of these being Upper Division credits (those modules with codes starting with 300 or 400 numbers) and including 6 credits of research modules


Three or four years* STUDY MODE/S:

Full time, part time INTAKE:

Autumn (September) Semester TOTAL COURSE CREDITS:

Undergraduate CONFERRED BY:

Andrews University (USA) *Depending upon your Secondary School's equivalency to the UK academic system, you may be able to complete this degree course in three years.



Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies

to use it as a pre-professional degree, or who may wish to pursue employment in a wide selection of areas such as education, counselling, administration, not-for-profit organisations, humanitarian agencies, civil service, social work or journalism.

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