Supplementary subject in Religion, politics and society

Introduction

This programme is only offered in Danish.

The importance of the interaction between religion, politics and society has become more and more obvious in recent years. If you are interested in supplementing your education with tools to analyse and describe this interplay, the supplementary subject in religion, politics and society might be the right choice for you. You study topics like religion and democracy, religious nationalism, globalisation in relation to fundamentalism and multiculturalism, religious minorities and integration.

The supplementary subject introduces you to a number of tools that can be used to:

 

  • communicate knowledge about the history and typical content of religions.
  • describe and understand important social structures and developments.
  • carry out sociological analyses of current social issues.
  • communicate knowledge about the influence of religion on social conditions.
  • explain the importance of religions in relation to ethnic minorities and integration.

Admission requirements

In order to be admitted to a supplementary subject, you have to be enrolled in a bachelor’s degree programme at a Danish university. Furthermore, the academic regulations of the bachelor’s degree programme have to allow for a combination with a supplementary subject.

You also have to meet the admission requirements for the supplementary subject in question. You can familiarise yourself with the requirements on the Danish version of this page by clicking on Danish in the top right corner.

Read more about admission to supplementary subjects.

Academic regulations

As a student it is important to know the regulations for the chosen supplementary subject: what is the content, how is it structured and what does it require from you.

You can find this information in the academic regulation for the bachelor’s supplementary subject:

-       SEE THE ACADEMIC REGULATIONS

In the following graphical presentation of the subject you can see the different modules and courses that, in addition, link to the course catalogue where you can read the course descriptions.

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