Graduates of the Theology program can engage in research, teaching and educational, and expert advisory work. Theologians serve in religious institutions (church parishes, mosques, Buddhist temples), teach in educational institutions, and work in secular institutions.
In the course of their work, the theologian studies a great deal of literature in various languages. For example, a specialist in Orthodox theology has a perfect command of Russian and classical church languages: Church Slavonic, Ancient Greek and Latin. Theologians in Islam, on the other hand, will need a knowledge of Russian and the national language as well as Arabic.
Theology is a complex of sciences about the history of religious doctrine, forms of religious life, religious cultural heritage (religious art, monuments of religious writing), religious scientific activity, and education.