Institut für Evangelische Theologie und Religionspädagogik

Contact

Director of the Institute

Prof. Dr. Andrea Strübind

Vice Director

Prof. Dr. Jakob Wöhrle

Institute

Persons and Contacts

Branch Office

Waltraud Scholz

+49 (0)441 798-2669

+49 (0)441 798-5833

Nadja Sturm

+49 (0)441 798-2981

Address

Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg
Fakultät IV - Institut für Evangelische Theologie und Religionspädagogik
Ammerländer Heerstr. 114-118
26129 Oldenburg

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Language Courses

Language Courses

General information

OurInstituteofferscourses particularly designed forthe studyofProtestantTheologyof Old TestamentHebrew,New Testament Greekand subject-specific Latin.

Please contact for questions aboutlanguagerequirementsandlanguage options:
Coordinator of Studies and Teaching

Old Testament Hebrew (Old Hebrew)

  • Old Testament Hebrew is offered in two or three one-semester modules of four hours and after proficiency certificate for each semester with alltogether 6 KP (credit points)(in the professionalization area). 

  • The course for beginners (Hebrew I) is offered in the winter term and can be continued in the following summer term (Hebrew II).

  • If you wish you can complete the course with a Hebraicum after a further semester of Hebrew III.

New Testament Greek (Koine)

  • New Testament Greek is offered in a module in two semesters with two hours each (plus 2 hours  tutorium) and after proficiency certificate for each semester with alltogether 6 KP (credit points) (professionalization area).
  • The course for beginners (Greek I) is offered in the winter term and can be continued in the following summer semester (Greek II).

  • The course can be completed after the second semester with an examination evidenceof subject-specificknowledge of Greek

Subject Specific Latin

  •  a subject-related four-hour Latin course is offered in two courses of one semester each.
  • the course for beginners (Latin I) is offered in the winter term and can be continued in the following summer semester (Latin II).
  • the course can be completed after the second semester with an examination evidenceof subject-specificknowledge of Latin andpossiblyalso be concludedwithan intermediate Latin certificate (Kleines Latinum).
(Changed: 2021-04-30)