Faculty of Orthodox Theology 2017-11-02T12:03:03+00:00


9, Cloşca Street, Iaşi RO-700066
Telephone: +40 232 20 1328
Fax: +40 232 25 8430/ 0332 81 6723
E-mail: teologie.ortodoxa@uaic.ro / adriancucu@teo.uaic.ro
Website: http://www.teologie.uaic.ro

Dean: Professor PhD Rev. Ion VICOVAN
Teaching staff: 27
Associate teaching staff: 19
Students: 951
ECTS Study Guide



  • Department of Orthodox Theology

 Bachelor’s Degree (6 semesters)

  • Theology
    • Pastoral Orthodox Theology
    • Teaching Orthodox Theology
    • Orthodox Theology – Social Work
  • Visual Arts
    • Sacred Art

Master’s Degree (4 semesters)

  • Theology
    • Cultural Heritage
    • Biblical Hermeneutics and Theology
    • Systemic Theology within Contemporary Context
    •  Life of the Church – History and Actuality
    • Practical and Pastoral – Missionary Theology
    • Theory and Practice of Religious Training
    • Religious Art within Cultural Heritage
    • Psychological and Spiritual Communication and Guidance (interdisciplinary program with Philosophy, Psychology and Educational Sciences)
    • Contemporary Christian Family
    • Pastoral Mission and Pastoral Service

Doctoral School:

  • History and Philosophy of Religions
  • History of the Romanian Orthodox Church
  • History and Spirituality of the Byzantine World
  • Biblical Exegesis of the Old Testament and Biblical Hebrew

 About the faculty

The Faculty of Orthodox Theology assumes a fundamental role in training future priests, With a joint honours, both as Religion teachers and specialists in eclesiastical art and cutural heritage. Furthermore, the Faculty of Orthodox Theology attributes itself the mission to contribute to the ecumenical collaboration between the Orthodox Church and the other Christian Churches existing in Romania, as well as to realize the inter-religious and inter-cultural dialogue.

The life of the Faculty, which began in 1860, has been a difficult one due to the political situations that have characterized our country. Nevertheless, since 1990 it is an idependent faculty due to the determination of his Beatitude Patriarch Daniel, at the time Archbishop of Iaşi and Metropolitan Bishop of Moldavia and Bucovina, nowadays Patriarch of Romania.

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