From the nature of knowledge and reality to faith and its role in society, this varied and exciting degree explores the world’s important questions and how people have tried to answer them. Core modules will introduce you to the key concepts, approaches and issues in theology and religious studies, as well as great ideas, thinkers and the skills needed to think about philosophy. A wide range of optional modules across your subjects, will allow you to develop your understanding and focus on the subjects that interest you. You could study specific traditions from Christianity and Islam to South Asian religions, or you could focus on areas such as sin, ethics, sex and gender, aesthetics, political philosophy, the history and philosophy of science and the roles that religion plays in public life around the world. It’s an opportunity to gain a broad base of skills while gaining insight into some of the driving forces behind how people see and respond to daily life.