Its origins date back to 1773, the year in which Clement XIV entrusted the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy of the Roman College to the clergy of the diocese of Rome. From that moment began that singular and privileged relationship that binds the Faculty of Theology of the Pontifical Lateran University to the Bishop of Rome and his universal magisterium until today.
- First Cycle or Institutional Five-year, for the attainment of Bachelor’s degree in Theology (First academic degree). Duration 5 years. The Institutional Cycle includes: Philosophical-Theological Biennium, Theological Triennium.
- Second Cycle or Two-year Specialization, for the attainment of Specialized Licentiate in Theology (Second academic degree). Duration 2 years. The Biennium provides the following programs: Fundamental Theology, Dogmatic Theology with Specialization in Christology, Trinitarian and Anthropology – with focus on Theology of Christian Life, Dogmatic Theology with Specialization in Ecclesiology and Sacramentary – with focus on History, Inter-confessional Theology in an Ecumenical and Communal perspective.
- Third Cycle or Higher Biennial Research, for the attainment of Doctorate degree in Theology (Third academic degree). Duration 2 years.
The Faculty enjoys international prestige, that is why 38 Theological Institutes and Higher Institutes of Religious Sciences from 15 countries, including Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, United States, Russia, Holy Land, Hungary, Ukraine, Romania, France, Holland, the Baltic States, Australia are delighted to link to it in various dimensions.
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