Heythrop College is no longer accepting applications for postgraduate taught study. As announced on 26th June 2015, Heythrop will cease to be a College of the University of London in the summer of 2018.
Postgraduate Taught Programmes
Undertake one or more Postgraduate Modules as a short course.
Extend your understanding of Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
Perform an advanced study of biblical texts from both the Old and New Testament, with an emphasis on current methodologies.
Study of Roman Catholic Canon Law.
Examine the spiritual traditions of Christianity in their historical and contemporary forms.
Deepen your grasp of the religious teachings at the heart of Christianity.
Engage with the questions and challenges faced by Christian faith as it confronts religious pluralism.
A timely and challenging exploration of questions such as ‘what is the good life?’ and ‘how should we act?'
Integrate theology and experience, theory and practice, and faith and action.
A coherent presentation of the central questions of philosophy for progression from undergraduate study or following a degree in a related subject.
Explore the dynamics of the constant interplay between philosophical and theological issues.
This innovative degree is specifically for teachers of philosophy in schools.
This unique degree is specifically for teachers of philosophy of religion and ethics in schools.
Investigate the intersection of psychology, philosophy and religious studies and relationships between religious belief and behaviour.
Establish critical and research skills for progression onto an MPhil or PhD.
Establish critical and research skills in this area prior to MPhil or PhD study.
Establish critical and research skills necessary for progression to MPhil or PhD research in this area.
Establishes critical and research skills in an area of proposed doctoral research.
Study the spiritual heritage of Ignatius Loyola within the wider context of the Christian spiritual tradition.
Discover the origins and development of mystical theology in the wider context of the Christian spiritual tradition.
Explore the foundations of pastoral theology to support your pastoral reflection.