Our Theology programme is suitable for graduates in Theology and/or Religious Studies. Though primarily aimed at people engaged in Christian Ministry (in its widest understanding), laity or ordained ministers of religion alike, members of some other professional groups – e.g. nursing, medicine – will find it equally valuable.
Applicants should normally possess or expect to obtain a First or Upper Second class UK Honours degree, or equivalent. However, significant experience of ministry can also be taken into account.
Months of entry
Reflect critically on your professional practice in a course designed to support ministry and other related professional development.
Teaching takes place four or eight days per semester (part-time and full-time respectively) at our partner theological colleges.
Choose from five pathways:
- Biblical Studies
- Christian Doctrine
- Church History
- Collaborative Christian Leadership
- Practical Theology
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- School of History, Archaeology and Religion