Master

Faculty of Religious Studies


Overview

Those who wish to do a Master’s degree or Ph.D. in Religious Studies. These graduate programmes train students to develop a deeper understanding of religion and its relation to society and culture. Different religious traditions are explored through comparative and thematic studies in their specific historical and cultural contexts.

The Faculty of Religious Studies also hosts lectures, conferences, and evening classes for all comers from local society, seeking always to witness to Christ and to foster a sense of belonging to a vibrant intellectual and faith community.

Course Duration
2 years (evening) programme

Teaching Medium
English

Total Number of Credits for Graduation
36

Campus
Seminary Campus

Programme’s Government Approval (in Chinese and Portuguese only) (Click here)

Calendar
September to July

Weekly Schedule
Mondays to Fridays


Key Features

  • Inter-disciplinary approach
  • Combination of theory and praxis

Typical Career Options

  • Pastoral work
  • Elementary and secondary education
  • Media
  • Journalism
  • Academic research

Testimonials

The programme offers a wide perceptive of knowledge to me in a closed community. Not only has it given lights to my Christian faith, but also I have a huge amount of fun in applying all the knowledge I have come across. Studying on the programme has made me differently in facing various research questions, as well as paradoxes and daily issues. I have experienced a joyful and pleasurable moment here in finding eternal values amid lapsing literals, and felt like a privilege to have such an opportunity of doing so.

Benedict Keith Ip (2010 Graduate)
Research Assistant at the Institute for the Study of Commercial Gaming
University of Macau


Study plan & description of modules

Students must complete all the following modules

Please click on any specific module to see its description.


Modules

Year 1
MRS106
3.00 credits
MRS107
3.00 credits
MRS108
3.00 credits
MRS110
3.00 credits
MRS111
3.00 credits
MRS301
12.00 credits