Integrate theology and experience, theory and practice, and faith and action in this degree, as you reflect on the relationships between faith, humanity, experience, practice, professional and working life, church, culture, social context and theology, taking account of different traditions.
This degree attracts people in, or preparing for, ordained or lay ministry in the Christian churches and those in a variety of other professions.
- Foundations of Pastoral Theology
- Religion: Context and Crisis
- Mission and Ministry
- Modern Theologies of Liturgy
- The Bible in the life of the Church
- Theology of Religious Life
An honours degree (normally 2.1 or above) or equivalent in an appropriate subject
- PGCert Pastoral Theology
- PGDip Pastoral Theology
- 1 years full-time
- 2 years part-time
Last updated December 8, 2015