Educational Goals

The educational goals for various degree programmes are as follows:


Bachelor's degree

Courses are centered on introduction to religion. Different religious traditions, cultures, history, scriptures and thoughts combined with theory and practice are introduced to help students to lay foundation for studies in comparative religion and interreligious dialogue.

Bachelor's degree (Evening Division )

Courses include theories of religion and introduction to various religious traditions. Different religious rituals, theory and practice of administration are introduced which in turn would create personals to perform rituals and manage religious affairs.

Master's degree

Courses are designed to invite students to delve deeper into different religious traditions. Special attention is given to humanities and social phenomena and help students to cultivate skills for comparative religion and interreligious dialogue.

Master's degree (Special program for On-the-Job students)

Courses include theory and practice of religion. Students according to their time can choose courses in religious traditions, comparative religion, thanatology, life education and become experts in religious theory and practice, thanatology as well as counselors and instructors of life education.

Doctoral degree (Ph.D)

Religious studies and comparative religion form the foundation of PhD program. Delving deeper into various religious traditions, students are invited to enhance their ability to compare religious traditions and enter into dialogue with them.