Master’s Degree (Second cycle) in “Foundations and Perspectives of a Culture of Unity”
Classification: Level 7 EQF.
The Master’s Degree in “Foundations and Perspectives of a Culture of Unity” is open to students who have completed a Bachelor’s degree or the equivalent.
2 years, 120 ECTS minimum.
Areas of specialization:
1) Trinitarian ontology; 2) Economy and management; 3) Political science; 4) Comprehensive course
A Master’s Degree in “Foundations and Perspectives of a Culture of Unity” is awarded to students who have demonstrated:
• a systematic understanding of the theological, philosophical, anthropological and social/ethical foundations of a culture of unity in the wisdom-based perspective of Christian revelation;
• the ability to afford a practical application of the culture of unity in one of its specific expressions (theological, philosophical, social, political, economical, epistemological, pedagogical …) and to make an original contribution towards furthering it1;
• capability in a responsible use of the skills they have acquired to build up a system of public relations inspired on a culture of unity and the ability to work in a spirit of communion with others towards the integral formation of individuals and of society2;
• the capacity to integrate the approaches of diverse fields of knowledge in view of tackling and answering anthropological, ethical, social and cultural issues emergent in today’s society3;
• a marked capacity to listen, to relate to others, and of discernment, along with an aptitude to apply diversified methods of interpreting situations towards promoting a constructive dialogue between persons of different cultures and orientations, transforming conflicts that may arise into opportunities for mutual recognition and common growth4;
• ability to work in synergy with specialists of disciplines different from their own to create innovative solutions;
• conceptual and communicative skills apt at building fruitful relations with social agents (institutional, political, economic) and the ability to clearly communicate and unambiguously promote the contents and meaning of Christian revelation and the anthropological and social views connected to it in public and in expertise areas;
• the capacity to transmit their theoretical and applied knowledge in the exercise of an ecclesiastic and/or professional occupation, in particular in the field of teaching5.