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.
Candidates will apply in the first instance to the CITI and applications will be considered by a joint Course Admissions Committee. Candidates should apply in the first instance to the Church of Ireland Theological Institute, Braemor Park, Dublin 14.
Months of entry
- Mode A which runs for three years; and
- Mode B which runs for 6 years (however students may change to mode after 2 or 4 years subject to permission from course director).
Candidates are assessed by a combination of course work, ministry portfolio and dissertation.
The course covers areas including: The Bible and its Interpretation Texts and Communities in Context – Old Testament/Hebrew Bible
- Texts and Communities in Context – New Testament
- Communities of Interpretation – To the Enlightenment Period
- Communities of Interpretation – In the Modern Period and in the Church Today
- Theological Reflection and Christian Identity
- Christian Thinking About God
- Jesus the Christ
- Cosmology, Anthropology and the Church
- Theology and Ethics
- Christian Practice in Church and Society Mission
- Culture and Social Context
- Pastoral Studies
- Liturgy, Worship and Spirituality
- Anglican Studies in an Irish Context
- Church Leadership Practice and Practicalities
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Rev. Dr Maurice Elliott
- +353-1-492 3506