Biblical Studies

The Master of Arts degree in Biblical Studies aims at equipping students with knowledge and skills to understand and interpret the Bible. The objectives are to provide critical thinking skills for the students in exegesis and exposition of the Bible; provide students with the background history, geography, archaeology, culture and philosophy of the foundations for understanding and interpretation of the Bible; help students gain a basic proficiency in biblical Hebrew and Greek; introduce students to the principles and methods of hermeneutics and to help students develop research methodology skills. The programme is divided into two tracks: Master of Arts degree (Old Testament) and Master of Arts degree (New Testament).

For more details on these tracks see the appropriate web pages: