CONT4301 – Church and Religion in Norwegian Society.
Some perspectives on the most important religious and political institutions in Norway – in integration and conflict - today and in contemporary history.
A certain capacity to understand some specific aspects of the Norwegian society, to perceive the Norwegian society as developed from history and as a part and partner among other countries and cultures.
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Formal prerequisite knowledge
Bachelor degree with area of emphasis in theology or Christian studies, 80 credits or equivalent.
Seminars and excursions to institutions in Oslo (Church administration, Parliament and more).
Obligatory activities: Attendance (minimum 80%), a thesis (about 2000 words) based on material from the compendium and discussions in the seminar, and a report (400-800 words) from one of the excursions.
45 minutes oral exam with one hour preparation time
Grades are awarded on a scale from A to F, where A is the best grade and F is a fail. Read more about the grading system.
Explanations and appeals
Resit an examination
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Special examination arrangements
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