CertHE/BA in Theology and Christian Leadership
The college offers a Cert HE and a BA in Theology and Christian leadership. These are exciting new courses which we would love to tell you more about, if you would like to know more
The college offers a fully validated one-year full-time Graduate Diploma in Theological Studies for those who already have a Bachelor’s degree in a non-theological discipline, who would like to pursue theological study and maybe go on to take a Masters degree. All our courses may be studied full time or part time. There are also two delivery formats, either in a classroom setting or by distance learning
For more information on any of the courses we offer including details on modules, please click on the link below or get in touch with us.
Please note, application deadlines for all Undergraduate courses is Friday 6th August 2021.
Distance Learning Options
We appreciate that there may be some people who are unable to attend an on-campus programme. The Undergraduate Programmes, with the exception of a few modules, are also available as Distance Learning (DL) options. Those studying by DL will be assigned a Personal Tutor, to give advice and ongoing help and support through the programme. They will also have specific Module Tutors, guiding them through the course material and the assignments. DL students are welcome to visit the campus and are free to attend any relevant lectures.
For more information about the Distance Learning module options, please click on the link below. Please note that module options are subject to change.
Please contact our Distance Learning Department for more details.
For applicants under 21, the primary requirement of acceptance to the college, is evidence of the candidate’s ability to complete the programme – a part of which is expected 2 A-levels or equivalent. Mature applicants (21+), who do not have formal qualifications, may still be admitted, though in that case it is usual to ask applicants to submit an essay on a Biblical subject.
Graduate Diploma in Theological Studies (GradDip)
The GradDip is designed for students who have already completed a recognised degree in a non-theological discipline, and who want to do further serious study in the area of Biblical Studies, Theology and Christian Leadership, possibly as preparation for a Masters programme, either at Missio Dei or at other institutions.
This programme may also be studied part-time and/or by Distance Learning. It is open to anyone with a recognised Bachelor’s degree. Unfortunately, there is no student finance available for the GradDip.
For more information about the Graduate Diploma in Theological Studies module options, please click on the link below. Please note that module options are subject to change.
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