Departments are, thus, the basic internal structural units of scientific-teaching work of the Faculty. They are constituted for the main disciplines and contain obligatory and elective courses and seminars related to the main disciplines.
Activities of a department include: organising and conducting of a given part of a study programme and the plan of teaching for particular scientific disciplines and for particular courses; organising and carrying out of direct work with students (guidance of students during study, consultations, seminars, exercises, formulation of programmes, formulation of graduate theses, professional work, etc.) and proposing scientific-research and development projects.
- Department of Philosophy
- Department of the Holy Scripture of the Old Testament
- Department of the Holy Scripture of the New Testament
- Department of Fundamental Theology
- Department of the History of Christian Literature and Christian Teaching
- Department of Dogmatic Theology
- Department of Moral Theology
- Department of Pastoral Theology
- Department of Ecumenical Theology
- Department of Liturgics
- Department of Church History
- Department of Canon Law
- Department of Religious Education and Catechetics
- Department of the Social Teaching of the Church
„Theologians are summoned to deepen the understanding of the Divine truth in the community of the Church, the People of God. In that deepening, they need to engage, with all the love and effort they can muster, their personal faith, lived in the community of the Church and their reason.”
Bonaventura Duda, Teologija u proročkom poslanju Crkve (Theology in the Prophetic Mission of the Church),
in: Bogoslovska smotra, 40 (1980) 4, p. 398.