Theological Studies (M.Th)
3 years part-time (residential), 4 years part-time
The M.Th. offers a distinctive learning experience based on the integration of the fields of theology, biblical studies and Christian practice. Students will engage critically with the intellectual challenges of ministry through the study of key themes in biblical, theological and ministerial studies. The course is thus framed around a clear interaction between both theory and practice and across a variety of areas of ministerial formation. The M.Th. aims to maintain a rigorous academic core whilst also broadening the scope of content and assessment to include professional application. This course is offered only in the part-time mode, with two options: Mode A which runs for three years and Mode B which runs for four years.
- Christian Thinking About God
- Jesus the Christ
- Pentateuch and Psalms
- Critical and Interpretative Issues in the Study of the Gospels
- Sages and Prophets in the Context of Israelite History
- New Testament Letters and Writings
- Anglican Dogmatic Theology
- Cosmology, Anthropology and the Church
- Theology and Ethics
- Mission, Culture and Social Context
- Pastoral Studies
- Liturgy, Worship and Spirituality
- Anglican Studies in an Irish Context
- Church Leadership Practice and Practicalities
Elective Modules: Students take a total of one of three elective modules.
- Ministry for Reconciliation
- Church History
- Developing New Communities of Faith
Co-requisite Modules: these modules are part of the ministry portfolio and are assessed by means of both written submission and an oral examination.
- Ministerial Formation
Course Options3 years part-time (residential), 4 years part-time
Closing Date31 May 2018
All candidates will be required to successfully complete the Foundation Course. In addition candidates will have either:
- an Honours Degree in Theology or another discipline
- an appropriate qualification and at least 3 years ministerial experience or equivalent professional experience
- otherwise satisfy the Course Admissions Committee that they have the ability to complete and benefit from the course. In exceptional circumstances candidates may be required to submit a further piece of written work for assessment by the School of Religions, Peace Studies and Theology.
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