Study Programs

Undergraduate course in Protestant theology

ECTS-credits: 180
Duration: 6 semesters (3 years)
Title conferred: University Bachelor of Theology (univ. bacc. theol.)
Title conferred (in Croatian): sveučilišni prvostupnik/sveučilišna prvostupnica teologije (univ. bacc. theol.)
Start of lectures: October 2019


The undergraduate course in Protestant theology introduces students to the main areas of theology, as well as social sciences and humanities related to theology: History, Philosophy, Psychology, Pedagogy, Sociology, Anthropology, and other scientific areas. Ancient languages, such as Hebrew, Greek, and Latin, represent an important part of the course, while a strong emphasis is also placed on perfecting the English language to the point of academic reading and writing.

A very important aspect of the course is the development of constructive and critical thinking and the skills of academic and non-fiction writing. Alumni of the Center testify that they had received a solid foundation for their further education, as well as an incentive for their professional orientation.

For students who are employed full-time, the course is also available as a part-time attendance course.

The courses at the University Center for Protestant Theology Matthias Flacius Illyricus are available only in Croatian. You may find more detailed information about the undergraduate course by following the link below, which will take you to the Croatian version of this website.



Graduate course in Protestant theology

ECTS-credits: 180
Duration: 4 semesters (2 years)
Title conferred: Master of Theology (mag. theol.)
Title conferred (in Croatian): magistar/magistra teologije (mag. theol.)
Start of lectures: October 2019


The graduate course in Protestant theology is intended for those who have completed an undergraduate course in theology, as well as those who have completed courses in other areas of social sciences and/or humanities. The graduate course includes a more in-depth examination of particular areas of Christian theology, such as biblical theology of the Old and New Testament, history of theology, and questions of modern theology. The program also includes courses about particular Christian denominations, other Abrahamic religions, and religious traditions of the Far East. The leading idea of the graduate study program, held in common with the undergraduate program, is the development of constructive and critical thinking, and the skills of academic and non-fiction writing.

For students who are employed full-time, the course is also available as a part-time attendance course.

The courses at the University Center for Protestant Theology Matthias Flacius Illyricus are available only in Croatian. You may find more detailed information about the graduate course by following the link below, which will take you to the Croatian version of this website.