Degree Programme

Please note: the provisional programme provided here may change as plans are finalized.

Compulsory modules include:

Foundations of Philosophy of Religion (2 courses, 10 ECTS-credits)

  • The big questions in philosophy of religion
  • Classical texts in the philosophy of religion (seminary)

Faith and Reason (2 courses, 10 ECTS-credits)

  • Epistemology and religion
  • Science and religion (seminary)

Critical Analysis of Worldviews (2 courses, 10 ECTS-credits)

  • Metaphysics, philosophy of language, and religion
  • Classical and contemporary criticism of religion (seminary)

Contemporary Philosophy of Religion (2 courses, 10 ECTS-credits)

  • Advanced issues in contemporary philosophy of religion
  • Contemporary texts in the philosophy of religion (seminary)

The Philosophy of Religious Traditions (2 courses, 10 ECTS-credits)

  • Jewish and Islamic philosophy
  • Philosophy of the religions (seminary)

Religion, Culture and Society (2 courses, 10 ECTS-credits)

  • Religion, culture, society
  • Philosophical approaches to inclusion and diversity (seminary)

Elective modules include:

In addition to compulsory modules, students select elective modules amounting to a total of 30 ECTS-credits.

Elective module 1: Philosophy of the Good Life (2 courses, 10 ECTS-credits)

  • Conceptions of a good life
  • Philosophy, religion, spirituality (seminary)

Elective module 2: Religion and Ethics (2 courses, 10 ECTS-credits)

Elective module 3: Interdisciplinary Aspects of Philosophy of Religion (2 courses, 10 ECTS-credits)

Instead of the elective modules 1-3 the following options may be freely selected:

Interdisciplinary Skills module: Interdisciplinary courses offered at the University of Innsbruck (20 ECTS-credits)

Individual Choice of Specialisation: Interdisciplinary modules offered at the University of Innsbruck (10 ECTS-credits)


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