B.A. Religion and Politics (Hons)

The University of Hull
In Hull

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Hull
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Hull
Description

Religion and politics are two of the most powerful forces at work in the world today, and the two are inextricably linked in many areas of life. This innovative joint course gives you the opportunity to approach the study of religion in an interdisciplinary way, exploring the links between religion and politics using a range of political, social, scientific, theological and cultural methodologies. Students gain the knowledge and critical skills to examine religion as a significant dimension of politics.

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Starts Location
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Hull
Cottingham Road, HU6 7RX, East Riding of Yorkshire, England
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Starts On request
Location
Hull
Cottingham Road, HU6 7RX, East Riding of Yorkshire, England
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· Requirements

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What you'll learn on the course

Politics
Skills and Training

Course programme

Course Content

Religion and Politics figure equally. In the first year, students take two core modules in Politics: Introduction to the Politics of the World Economy, and Human Nature, Society, and the State.

Students have a choice in their third first-year module. In the Religion element of the first-year programme, students study key modules in Introduction to World Religions, Christian Tradition and Faith in Media.

There are no core modules in the second and third years of the programme. Students choose options from a wide choice of available modules, three in each area of study.

The Religion modules include Religion at Work, Religious Activism, or Religious Fictions. The Politics modules include International Security, British Government, or The Global South and Development.

One third year module, Radical Orthodoxy: Christianity and Politics, is designed to increase reflective and critical skills concerning matters of politics and religion, specifically Christianity. Third-year students also have the opportunity to complete a dissertation.


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