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Postgraduate theology and religious studies courses in Yorkshire and the Humber

8 universities offer 31 postgraduate theology and religious studies courses in Yorkshire and the Humber

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  1. Celtic Mission and Spirituality

    PGCert / PGDip / MA

    Cliff College -

    The programme is taught in 4 units of study. Each unit is delivered as an intensive residential teaching week, followed by a period of guided reading and the submission of a 6-8000 word equivalent assignment approximately 10-12 weeks later. Part-time students usually complete 2 units of study per year; full-time...

  2. Emerging Church

    PGCert / PGDip / MA

    Cliff College -

    This programme explores the creative new ways of being and doing church in our contemporary culture. There are 4 units of study. Each unit is delivered as an intensive residential teaching week, followed by a period of guided reading and the submission of a 6-8000 word equivalent assignment. Part-time students...

  3. Leadership: Renewal and Mission

    PGCert / PGDip / MA

    Cliff College -

    The programme is taught in 4 units of study. Each unit is delivered as an intensive residential teaching week, followed by a period of guided reading and the submission of a 6-8000 word equivalent assignment approximately 10-12 weeks later. Part-time students usually complete 2 units of study per year; full-time...

  4. Mission and Evangelism

    PGCert / PGDip / MA

    Cliff College -

    The programme is taught in 4 units of study. Each unit is delivered as an intensive residential teaching week, followed by a period of guided reading and the submission of a 6-8000 word equivalent assignment approximately 10-12 weeks later. Part-time students usually complete 2 units of study per year; full-time...

  5. Mission and Religious Pluralism

    PGCert / PGDip / MA

    Cliff College -

    The programme is taught in 4 units of study. Each unit is delivered as an intensive residential teaching week, followed by a period of guided reading and the submission of a 6-8000 word equivalent assignment approximately 10-12 weeks later. Part-time students usually complete 2 units of study per year; full-time...

  6. Mission and the World of Work

    PGCert / PGDip / MA

    Cliff College -

    The programme is taught in 4 units of study. Each unit is delivered as an intensive residential teaching week, followed by a period of guided reading and the submission of a 6-8000 word equivalent assignment approximately 10-12 weeks later. Part-time students usually complete 2 units of study per year; full-time...

  7. Mission; Evangelism; Church Leadership; Biblical Studies; Wesley & Methodist Studies

    MPhil / PhD

    Cliff College -

    Full-time programmes normally mean devoting on average at least 35 hours per week to the research, and spend a minimum of eight weeks per year in residence at the College. Part-time programmes normally mean devoting on average at least 12 hours per week to the research, and spend a minimum...

  8. Wesleyan Theology and Spirituality

    PGCert / PGDip / MA

    Cliff College -

    The programme is taught in 4 units of study. Each unit is delivered as an intensive residential teaching week, followed by a period of guided reading and the submission of a 6-8000 word equivalent assignment approximately 10-12 weeks later. Part-time students usually complete 2 units of study per year; full-time...

  9. 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...

  10. Religion, identities, cultures and citizenship

    PhD / MPhil

    Open University - Department of Religious Studies

    Religions are significant aspects of people's identities and their engagement with others. We are interested in the ways in which religion informs, inspires, conflicts with, and otherwise intersects with other identities and aspects of identities, e.g. their cultural, political and civic engagements. Political and national commitments and involvements are areas...

 
 
 
 

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