Master of Church History
Come to Kampen and take the Master's degree programme Church History. You can choose between Early Church History (A) and Modern Church History (B) and, in this way, become an expert on
A. The role of the minister in the times since the Reformation, or
The study programme has a value of 60 ECTS credits and is divided into three phases, for the most part consisting of modules of 6 ECTS credits. In the second stage, you make a choice between Early Church History and Modern Church History.
Phase 1. Deepening and widening (30.5 ECTS)
Phase 2. Focus on the area of graduation specialization (12 ECTS credits)
Chosen sub-topic A:
Chosen sub-topic B:
Phase 3. Graduation phase (17.5 ECTS credits)
The programme has the nature of a general theological in-depth master and is, as such, not directed towards a specific career. In the practice of ecclesiastical and social life, however, there are ample possibilities to take up a profession based on this educational programme. Among others, consideration can be given to a position as researcher on the route to obtaining a doctoral degree. Graduates can, for example, be employed in staff positions at academic (university and higher vocational) educational institutions or secondary schools. Moreover, graduates can find employment in all forms of 'church work' and in building up congregations, missionary activities, equipment work, leadership functions in churches and Christian organisations, journalism, public offices and ethical or spiritual advice organs (in the business world, among others).
Want to know more?
Would you like to know more about the MA Church History? Please contact:
(International students) Drs Jos Colijn -International Officer
(Dutch students) Mrs Elizabeth Blokland - Study Coordinator