Bachelor in Theology - Reformed profile

Earning the Bachelor in Theology degree (Reformed Profile) involves a study of four years (240 credits) that may be followed by a two years masters studies. (Obtaining the masters degree is compulsory for those intending to work as a minister in the Reformed Churches in Romania.) Reformed profile degree studies are financed by the Reformed Churches of Transylvania and Királyhágómellék. At the start of their academic application, students sign a contract with the supporting churches by which they commit themselves to work at least five years within these churches once they have finished their studies.

The purpose of the bachelor studies is to introduce students into the basics of theology, including biblical, systhematic, historical and practical subjects. Theoretical material is combined with various programs where the aquired knowledge is put into practice (different forms of missionary work, legations, church service, etc.). While these activities do not appear in the official curriculum, they are required if the student indends to become a minister in the future.