The MTheol Theology is an integrated undergraduate Master’s degree, building from a broad foundation of theological, pastoral and cross-cultural studies in the first three years to an area of in-depth specialisation of your choice in the fourth year. This programme has your ministry in mind. You go deeper in order to explain things more simply and clearly. You are not left at the end with a brilliant theology that won’t make sense to anybody in the pew. That’s why many of the modules cultivate and assess the ability to articulate profound truths in accessible and powerful ways. Normally, applicants apply for the BA (Hons) and then, during the DipHE year, go through an internal admissions process to enter year 3 of the MTheol programme. For more information about this, please contact the Admissions Office. Ordinands who are granted direct entry into the third year of the programme will complete a series of weekly placements during their training along with a selection of modules at Levels 4 and 5 which provide specific Anglican training (as approved by the Church of England). These requirements are in addition to the standard components of Years 3 and 4 set out below, and so, over the two years of training, you would be required to over-credit by a total of 20 credits. The information provided about the MTheol Theology is subject to the Postgraduate Programmes Review which we anticipate taking place early in 2022. This is part of a standard pattern of programme review and revalidation. The revalidated postgraduate programmes will offer a broader range of elective modules, especially in the areas of doctrine and church history, and modules which are designed to integrate theological disciplines.
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