This highly flexible degree allows you to choose subjects from the full range of traditions and topics taught in Religions and Theology. Our introductory core course examines the lives and works of key religious thinkers from a variety of geographical and historical contexts. This course will also introduce you to the various theories and methods currently used in the subject area (eg literary, historical, theological, anthropological and gender-theory approaches). With your course options, you can concentrate on one specific subject area, or choose from a range of different subject areas. You can study the language of a sacred text, learn about Islamic, Jewish, Hindu or Buddhist traditions, pursue an interest in the Bible or Christian thought, or discover the different approaches to religion offered by theology, sociology, anthropology and philosophy. Thanks to such a remarkable degree of flexibility and choice, you are firmly in charge of your studies. You will study in a recognised international centre of excellence, which holds a perfect score for the assessment of its teaching quality.