Taught course

Chaplaincy Studies

York St John University · Theology and Religious Studies

Entry requirements

An upper second-class or first class honours degree (or equivalent). This can be in any subject, though priority will be given to students with degrees in humanities and especially in theology or religious studies. Applicants with a lower second-class degree and knowledge of theology and/or religious studies may be accepted on to the programme following an interview. This includes applicants who may have a lower second-class degree in another subject area and who have evidence of having studied theology or religious studies at certificate or diploma level (for example as part of ministry training).

Months of entry

September, June

Course content

MA Chaplaincy 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 and Ministry MA. Study on this award is part time and it takes 2-4 years to complete the full MA. This award is not available to international students.

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Fees and funding

UK students

Qualification and course duration


part time
24-48 months

Course contact details

Theology Office
01904 876462