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BA/Diploma/Certificate Theology and Community Involvement
Course Code: IET39

BA Theology and Community Involvement (Level 8)

Entry Requirements:

Admission to the programme is on the basis of completed application form and interview. Acceptance criteria are: ability to engage with course material; evidence of potential to achieve the aims of the course; and a capacity to integrate theoretical learning within specific placement contexts.


4 years part-time

Application Process:



Next Intake:

Currently not taking applications for this programme.

Closing Date:

Programme Overview

This course is offered by St. Angela’s College in partnership with The Newman Institute, Ballina.

This course would be of interest to:

  • Those who seek to know more about the spiritual and religious side of life as interpreted in the Christian tradition.
  • Those who want to deepen their knowledge of the main tenets of Christian faith.
  • People already involved in or taking up positions of responsibility or ministry in local faith communities or parishes;
  • Those involved in or who hope to be involved in the area of religious education or school or hospital Chaplaincy.

This is a four-year part-time degree programme. Participants may exit the programme at the end of Year 1 with a Certificate in Theology and Community Involvement and at the end of Year 2 with a Diploma in Theology and Community Involvement.

Contact Details

Program Administrator
Education Department
T: 353 71-9195552 / 353 71-9195550
F: 353 71-9144585

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