Students – in possession of a (High School Diploma) that allows enrollment at the State University in one’s own country – who apply for enrollment at the Pontifical Lateran University, for the attainment of the 1st academic degree in Theology (Bachelors), are required to complete a 5-year cycle of study, divided into:
The two-year course is managed jointly by the Faculty of Philosophy and the Faculty of Theology. The authority that decides the program of studies is the Dean of the Faculty of Theology (see Decree of the Congregation for Catholic Education, 14), after consulting the Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy – to the extent of his competence.
Most of the two-year courses are specific to the Faculty of Philosophy, and the students who are enrolled in the Philosophical-Theological two-year course are reckoned among the students of that Faculty, even if they do not intend to obtain the 1st academic degree in Philosophy (Bachelors).
Students in the two-year course are required to obtain 120 ECTS credits (110 credits come from compulsory courses, the remaining 10 from 3 optional courses and 1 AFE (ELECTIVE EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES); they must also compensate any left overs (History of Philosophy, Latin and Greek languages).
For the registration rules, see the didactic regulations of the Faculty of Philosophy.
In order to enroll as an ordinary student in the 1st year of the Institutional Triennium of the Faculty of Theology, it is necessary to present original documentation certifying:
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