Faculty of Divinity
The Faculty of Divinity is home to the School of Divinity and related departments.
In the Faculty of Divinity, the most common undergraduate degree awarded is the Master of Theology (MTheol). Students studying Biblical Studies or Theological Studies may graduate with a Master of Arts (MA). These degrees are equivalent to a Bachelor of Arts (BA) elsewhere. The Faculty also offers the Bachelor of Divinity (BD). At postgraduate level, the Faculty of Divinity awards the Master of Letters (MLitt).
The Faculty of Divinity is home to the School of Divinity, where students may study:
The Dean of the Faculty of Divinity is Professor Paul Hibbert. Find out more about the Deans.
Prospective students can find out more about the Faculty of Divinity, including degree structure and entry requirements on the Study at St Andrews website.