Bachelors and Masters


Domuni University offers the following courses :

  • Philosophy: Bachelor and Master
  • Theology: Bachelor and Master
  • Social Sciences: Master in Human Rights Law

 Divided into:

  • Bachelors: 3 years (Bachelor 1, Bachelor 2, Bachelor 3)
  • Masters: 5 years (Bachelor 1, 2, 3 + Master 1, Master 2)

As well as:

  • Short training courses: certificates and CAS diplomas (Certificate of Advanced Studies)
  • University diplomas, DAS (Diploma of Advanced Studies)
  • Complementary master programmes, MAS (Master of Advanced Studies)
  • Assessed individual courses
  • Self-study individual courses


Recommended Pace of Study

Enrolling in an online programme with Domuni University allows students to study from home and at their own pace. It is particularly suitable for those who have never had the opportunity to study, be it because of their busy schedules or large distances to traditional universities. The academic year begins with the student’s enrolment, which is possible all year around. Students may choose to study at a faster or slower pace, taking up to 24 months for the material covering one academic year.


Entry Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree programme: Baccalaureate or secondary school certificate

  •  Master’s degree programme: Bachelor’s degree certificate

Validation of Bachelor and Master Programmes

In order to validate a Bachelor’s, students must obtain an annual average of at least 10/20 for the various assessments (assignments and exams). Each course is assessed by an assignment and a written exam must be completed each semester. The exam lasts three hours and takes place in an exam centre certified by Domuni University.

For the Master, as well as the assignments and exams outlined above, a thesis will be presented before a jury of three doctors.


Further information

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