The aim of the Theological University is to train its students in academic theology. This is done by offering a Bachelor’s degree programme and two types of Master’s degree programmes. The three-year Master’s degree programme trains the student to become a minister in the Reformed Churches (liberated). The focus of the one-year General Master’s degree programme is the practice of academic theology with a specialisation of choice.
Research at the Theological University Kampen focuses on Reformed theology and neo-Calvinism in the context of the Protestant tradition.