30.0 h + 15.0 h
To achieve the objectives defined in this course, two modules are set up: Module A : Seminar of methodology. An interdisciplinary group working under the guidance of a professor will be formed. It is a question of learning to practice the profession of a theologian by working on practical questions or by simulating a situation in which a theologian is led to work. Thus, it will be shown how theological disciplines can collaborate among themselves in the construction of a theological discourse. Module B : Methodology in the form of a course. It will begin with general questions.
- Finding a problem and making a plan
- Writing an introduction and a conclusion
- Writing a scientific work
- Preparing a presentation using PowerPoint
- What is a method of reading a text?
- Tools and practices of various reading methods in theology
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
The course aims to introduce students to some basic functions and requirements of the academic discourse. This will include the specificities of the academic context, the modalities of selection, operation and presentation of sources within a scientific text, the terms of the oral presentation accompanied by visual support and the modalities of preparation of an oral or a written examination. He/she will then devote himself/herself to various methodologies specific to theology.
Lectures and exercises
Different formative evaluations are organized during the year. The assessment of a student will be based on written and oral work.
Faculty or entity
Title of the programme
Bachelor in religious studies