Students can commence the course every year at the start of the winter semester.
It encompasses the following subject areas:
Human sciences (education, media education, philosophy, psychology, sociology, law) incl. methods of professional practice (communication as a principle, media in mediation processes, target audience adequacy, special framework conditions)
Systematic theology (dogmatic/fundamental theology, moral theology/Christian social studies)
Biblical and historic theology (exegesis of the Old and New Testament, Church history and the theology of spirituality)
Practical theology (Church law, liturgical sciences, pastoral theology, religious education)
Internships and vocation-oriented spiritual development
Interdisciplinary theology (Jesus Christ, spirit and Church, eschatology, imparting the fundamentals of the faith, being a Christian in the world, sacraments)
During the 6th semester or after the last module examination, the students produce their dissertation.