The Program intends to contribute to the formation of teachers who work in Higher, Secondary and Fundamental Education and post-graduate researchers, especially in its two Areas of Concentration (Biblical and Systematic-Pastoral).

Besides this, it aims at training, for a more qualified performance, advisors, pastoralists, and religious leaders in institutions and organizations destined for the dialogue between the religious experience, the Christian faith, the current society and culture, having as a guiding axis a humanistic vision, capable of expressing itself through ethical and social commitment, sustainable use of natural resources, and consolidation of a democratic society.

Another characteristic of the graduate of the Program is the openness to inter/multi/transdisciplinary, ecumenical and inter-religious dialogue, through a deepened understanding of the dynamics of human existence and the public engagement of Theology in the debates of the construction of the social fabric that demand its contribution.