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  1. Theology & Ministry

    MA

    York St John University - Theology and Religious Studies

    This is a flexible programme that allows you to study a range of subjects related to Christian theology and ministry. Although historical aspects of the Christian faith are not excluded as objects of study, the emphasis of the programme is on contemporary expressions of Christian religion and practical, rather than systematic, theology.

  2. Contemporary Religion

    MA

    York St John University - Theology and Religious Studies

    This programme has been designed to allow students to study a range of subjects related to religion in today's world, while also developing skills that are vital for a professional career. It is designed to cater for graduates who are looking for an academic career in the study of religion, or who are interested in the subject area and want to improve their employability in the professional market.

  3. Chaplaincy Studies

    MA

    York St John University - Theology and Religious Studies

    The MA Chaplaincy Studies is intended for those currently in, or interested in, chaplaincy (broadly conceived) who want to develop knowledge and practice in this area. Modules on this award are taught in blocks on residentials twice a year, students can also select modules from the Theology & Ministry MA.

  4. Chaplaincy in Health & Social Care

    MA

    Leeds Metropolitan University - Faculty of Health and Social Sciences

    Providing a basic grounding in professional chaplaincy, our course will enhance your reflective practice through a selection of modules that build on your professional or voluntary chaplaincy experience. This can include ethics in health and social care, how psychotherapy can relate to religion and spirituality, and psychological approaches to working with people with psychosis.

  5. Liturgy

    MA

    University of Sheffield - Department of Economics

    Run in partnership with the College of the Resurrection and the Yorkshire Ministry Course. Choose these programmes if you are involved in Christian ministry, lay or ordained, and want to study theological subjects in more depth.

  6. Ministry and Biblical Studies

    MA

    University of Sheffield - Department of Economics

    Run in partnership with the College of the Resurrection and the Yorkshire Ministry Course. Choose these programmes if you are involved in Christian ministry, lay or ordained, and want to study theological subjects in more depth.

  7. Ministry and Theology

    MA

    University of Sheffield - Department of Economics

    Run in partnership with the College of the Resurrection and the Yorkshire Ministry Course. Choose these programmes if you are involved in Christian ministry, lay or ordained, and want to study theological subjects in more depth.

  8. Social Scientific Biblical Studies

    MA

    University of Sheffield - Department of Economics

    Benefit from the unique skills of our staff who combine expertise in biblical studies with training in social sciences. Social scientific methods have value when exploring ancient societies and their use of sacred texts, as well as to study the contemporary use and significance of the Bible and other sacred texts in a variety of communities.

  9. Biblical Studies by Distance Learning

    MA / PGDip / PGCert

    University of Sheffield - Department of Economics

    This course offers online versions of modules from our established MA in Biblical Studies. You'll be part of an online community of students, engaging with both the biblical and contemporary worlds, and exploring where the two differ, intersect, and how the modern world is shaped by ancient texts.

  10. Religion, Conflict and the Media

    MA

    University of Sheffield - Faculty of Social Sciences

    This course looks at the roles of religion and religious language in the media: television, newspapers, websites, blogs and social networking. There is an emphasis on the construction of religion in relation to violence.

 
 
 
 
 

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