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TRINITARIAN ONTOLOGY

Master’s Degree

The degree programme offers a unique and innovative approach by allowing for interaction between the fields of theology, philosophy and epistemology in the perspective of a universal “theor-ethical” meaning of the event of Jesus Christ and the figure of God the Trinity disclosed by it. On the basis of a specific re-interpretation of the history of thought in its various cultural expressions and articulation in the fields of study, it proposes a performative paradigm of relational interpretation of the person, history, and the cosmos. The degree can be attained in and of itself, or as a double-degree through accredited conventions with other Faculties of Theology and Philosophy.

"Rethinking thought to illuminate the meaning of being and transform history"

The specialization in Philosophy offers a historical, theoretical and epistemological approach qualified by the specific relationship with what Christian Revelation brings in dialogue with different inspirations of thought. The specialization can also be beneficial for those who wish to contextualize their knowledge and competencies in the various sectors of scientific rationality within this horizon of interpretation of reality.

The specialization in Theology is qualified by a Christological, pneumatological and Trinitarian approach in the areas of biblical, systematic and dialogical studies. The understanding of Revelation is developed in this perspective with attention to its ontological and anthropological meaning and its ethical and practical relevance for the mission of the Church in today’s changing times from the perspective of evangelization and the incarnation of social doctrine.

Summary of Credits

LICENTIATE IN TRINITARIAN ONTOLOGY
(SPECIALIZATION IN PHILOSOPHY AND IN THEOLOGY)

Total [ECTS]
(effettivo)

Interdisciplinary Courses

32

Degree Programme Common Courses

42

Curriculum Courses

18

Electives

12

Other seminars and institutional activities

1

Final Thesis (including thesis seminar TES 201)

15

Totals

120 ECTS

ACADEMIC DEGREE

Licentiate (Master’s Degree) in “Trinitarian Ontology”

DURATION

Full time curriculum (120 ECTS, 4 semesters)

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

Italian, level B2

ACCOMMODATION

On campus, in Loppiano, Figline e Incisa Valdarno (Florence). For more information contact info@sophiauniversity.org

TUITION FEES

€ 3.600 (annually). The amount can be reduced based on documented annual income and geographical area of origin.

PREPARATORY COURSES START DATE

1 September 2022

START OF FIRST SEMESTER

30 September 2022

APPLICATION DEADLINES

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Bachelor’s degree or qualification of an equivalent standard earned after a minimum of three years of study (180 ECTS or more) from a university or recognised higher education institution in a subject relevant to the Master’s Degree programme and the preferred curriculum; adherence to the formation project

ADMISSIONS

Applicant selection based on interviews and previous academic records (see info section for how to apply).

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