University of Copenhagen Faculty of Theology

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Faculty of Theology
Det Teologiske fakultet
Seal of the Faculty of Theology
Latin: Facultatis Theologicæ
Type Public university
Established 1479
Dean Steffen Kjeldgaard-Pedersen
Students 1000
Location Copenhagen, Denmark
Campus City Campus
Affiliations EUA, LAOTSE
Website www.teol.ku.dk/english/

The Faculty of Theology at the University of Copenhagen is the smallest faculty with three departments and the affiliated Centre for African Studies. The disciplines offered are: Biblical Exegesis, Church History, Dogmatics, Ethics and Philosophy of Religion. The Faculty runs the Søren Kierkegaard Library and the Søren Kierkegaard Research Centre. The Centre for Christianity and the Arts is a unit under the Department of Church History. The Faculty prepares students for the master's degree in Theology.

Coordinates: 55°40′51″N 12°34′38″E / 55.68083°N 12.57722°E / 55.68083; 12.57722