The Department of Theology and Religious Studies at Mary Immaculate College - University of Limerick - was founded in 1999. It offers modules for both undergraduate students (as part of the two undergraduate degree courses in Liberal Arts and in Education) and a number of postgraduate programmes (taught and research).
A contemporary artistic expression of Genesis 1 from the heritage edition of St. John's Bible currently on exhibit at Mary Immaculate College.
The department works closely with the Benedictine Abbey of Glenstal, and also has many international links with prestigious Catholic universities throughout Europe (such as Leuven, Innsbruck) and also in the United States of America (such as the University of Notre Dame). Apart from research undertaken on an individual basis by its staff members and research postgraduate students (MA/PhD) the Department of Theology and Religious Studies also co-sponsors the Centre for Culture, Technology, and Values.
Professor Eamonn Conway, Head of Theology & Religious Studies, Mary Immaculate College, as appointed the 2017 SSJG Visiting Scholar to the University of Notre Dame, Australia. The prestigious award was sponsored by the Sisters of St John of God
Pictured above at the University of Notre Dame graduation ceremony, August 2017, L-R: Dr Sarah McGann, Dean, Professor Eamonn Conway and Associate Professor Dee O'Connor, Associate Dean, all from Ireland.
Head of Department - Rev Professor Eamonn Conway
Tel: +353 61 204353