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Postgraduate theology and religious studies courses in Yorkshire and the Humber

8 universities offer 29 postgraduate theology and religious studies courses in Yorkshire and the Humber

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  1. Religious Studies

    MA(RS)

    Open University - Faculty of Arts

    Please note that this qualification is only available until 31 December 2015. In order to claim your qualification you must have completed the required 180 credits by this time. This qualification is not available to new students. If you have any questions about your eligibility for this qualification please...

  2. Theology and Religous Studies

    MA

    Bishop Grosseteste University -

    This course will take you on a journey from the religious worlds of the great Western traditions to the mystical world of the ancient East. It will cover the burning contemporary issues that surround Religious Studies today and delve into life’s great questions. This course is for those who are...

  3. 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...

  4. 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 contemporary 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...

  5. Theology

    MA

    University of Hull - Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

    Opportunity to extend the depth and breadth of Students' knowledge. Candidates choose 4 course components from those taught in the department and write a short dissertation. The modules on offer cover the normal range of Biblical Studies; Church History; Modern Theology and Ethics, as well as Philosophy of Religion; Buddhism,...

  6. The state, citizenships and identities

    PhD / MPhil

    Open University - Department of Religious Studies

    Religions are closely implicated in cultural and national traditions as well as in questions of identity and subjectivity. Political and national commitments and involvements are areas of interest here, while diverse phenomena that might be labelled ‘civil religion’ are a strong area of our existing research. We have published extensively...

  7. Religious Studies

    PhD / MPhil

    Open University - Department of Religious Studies

    The Religious Studies Department at the OU is committed to the non-confessional study of religion, developing objective analysis through the application of critical, historical and sociological methods. Our 2008 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) result placed us high among religious studies departments nationally and recognised the international significance of much of...

  8. Place, locality, culture and performance

    PhD / MPhil

    Open University - Department of Religious Studies

    Religious lives are lived out in specific localities, from busy urban neighbourhoods to rural and coastal communities. The department is particularly interested in historical or ethnographic research oriented towards experiences of locality and the development of spatial approaches to religion. Current research in this area includes extensive ethnographic study in...

  9. Global uncertainties and religious change

    PhD / MPhil

    Open University - Department of Religious Studies

    Religions are closely implicated in processes of cultural, social, political, ecological and economic change. Whether religions are seen as driving processes of change or mediating its reception, and whether change is seen as a harbinger of religious resurgence or decline, our research has consistently interrogated religion in complex and shifting...

  10. Contemporary religion in historical perspective

    PhD / MPhil

    Open University - Department of Religious Studies

    The department has considerable and internationally recognised expertise in two key areas: - Religious history, particularly pertaining to the 19th and 20th centuries and Protestant evangelicalism in the UK and elsewhere. Current research includes work on religion and global uncertainties. - Lived, improvised and vernacular forms of religion and spirituality....

 
 
 
 

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