Welcome to the Department of Reformed Theology and Music

About the faculty

The Faculty of Reformed Theology was founded in 1993 within the Babeș-Bolyai University. Our faculty offers two BA programs: Religious Studies and Music. Students attending our Music BA undergo vocal training but also have the opportunity to study instruments, including organ, piano, recorder, violin, and clarinet. This undergraduate portfolio is complemented by several MA programs, after which students may apply for a PhD-program within our faculty.

Our goals

The goal of the Faculty of Reformed Theology through the Religious Studies program is to train professionals in education, who are versed in the field of Reformed theology and church culture, and have a biblical disposition. In their own context our students carry on the spiritual and cultural heritage of the Reformers with conviction, faith and commitment. Our faculty is proud to provide excellent support for the accomplishment of our students through modern infrastructure and a well- established academic community.

Graduate employability

For our Religious Studies graduates:

  • Religion teacher (grades 1 through 12)
  • Clerical worker in a congregation
  • Diaconal worker
  • Project manager in private or civil sector
  • Cultural and tourism program coordinator

For our Music graduates

  • Music teacher (grades 5 through 12)
  • Teacher in music kindergartens or elementary schools, that have a music profile
  • Chorister at national opera houses and philharmonics
  • Conductor
  • Church musician, organist
  • Performing artist
  • Researcher in the field of music
  • Digital sheet music editor
  • Translator in the field of music
  • Other tangent fields of music

Our teaching staff

We are proud to have highly skilled and devoted faculty members, who consider their work vocation.