Bachelors degree in Systematic Theology

Program type
First Degree
Lifelong Learning
Admission mode
file + interview
Admission level
High School Diploma in Litterature
High School Diploma in Sciences
High School Diploma in Economics & Social Sciences
Vocational High-School Diploma
Practical theology
Theology - Religious studies
Religious studies
biblical exegesis
Dogmatic and fundamental theology
Pastoral theology
Moral theology
Histoire de l'Eglise
Teaching method
University Degree
Teaching language
ECTS Credits
Hourly volume
1152 h
6 semestres



The first level in Systematic Theology leading to a Bachelor’s degree gives basic teaching in theology and Biblical exegesis. Theology is said to be systematic in that it brings together not only takes an analytical approach but aims for coherence, legibility. It deals with Biblical exegesis, Church history and the history of theology, canon law, dogmatic and fundamental theology, and moral theology.

Teaching officer

Pursuit of a Masters in Systematic Theology, with additional study of philosophy gives the possibility of obtaining the Canonical Baccalaureate.

Diplôme préparé et conditions d'obtention du diplôme

This degree is specific to the Lille Faculty of Theology and is designed according to the European system which allows for recognition of the course and the possibility of credit transfers to another study program.


The degree comprises 12 modules of 96 credit hours, each module being made up of 4 courses totaling 24 credit hours. Each validated course is worth 3 or 6 credits. The course can be followed full-time or part-time, credits may be saved.


Admission condition

Secondary School Diploma or equivalent.

Admission modality

Application and registration on
Registration is finalized only after a preliminary interview with the Academic Dean.

Annual cost

Cost of studies: 190 € the course of 24h (excluding additionnal fees)

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