Higher Education

Higher Education

When you undertake a Higher Education undergraduate course on the first day you will be introduced to the topics covered as well as the details of the delivery methods. The subsequent fifteen weeks’ study is done from home, along with in-depth support from a dedicated co-ordinator and specialist academic tutors. During this time you will 'virtually' or 'physically' attend two study days and two tutorial days and will submit a written assignment. Each semester concludes with a 2-hour written exam for each of your modules.

 All our undergraduate courses begin with 'Learning to Learn' introducing students to distance learning and continue with different groups of modules. Click on the course titles below to find out more about the modules linked to each course and the content of each module.

Major Awards

Number of Modules*

NFQ Level 

ECTS Credits

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Theology 16 8 240
Bachelor of Arts in Theology 12 7 180
Higher Certificate in Theology 8 6 120

Minor Awards

Diploma in Philosophy 4 7 60
Diploma in Theology 4 7 60
Diploma in Scripture 4 7 60
Certificate in Theology 4 6 60

Other Awards

Single Subject Certification 1 6, 7, 8 15

*excluding introductory 'Learning to Learn' module

These courses are validated and awarded by Technological University Dublin, which has delegated authority from QQI to confer these awards.

ECTS (European Credit Transfer System)
ITT Dublin conforms to the Bologna Declaration. By means of that the Priory Institute courses carry ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) points (credits).

If you have any queries regarding our courses, please contact us for further information. Our student support staff are happy to help you.

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