Examine the spiritual traditions of Christianity in their historical and contemporary forms, and develop the ability to understand and evaluate the language, ideas and forms of Christian spirituality. You will focus on Christianity in its Western development.
The degree attracts people in ministry and teachers of religious education, as well as people whose professional life or vocational work involves religious questions.
Foundations for the Study of Christian Spirituality
- Patterns of Spiritual Growth and Personal Transformation
- History of Christian Mysticism to the Reformation
- Spiritual Direction in the Tradition of Ignatius of Loyola
- The Franciscan Spiritual Tradition: Faith, Reason and Spirituality
- Spirituality and Society
- Theology of Religious Life
- Moral Imagination, Art and Spirituality
- Spirituality, Religion and Ethics in Contemporary Healthcare
An honours degree (normally 2.1 or above) or equivalent in theology or in another appropriate subject
- PGCert Christian Spirituality
- PGDip Christian Spirituality
- 1 years full-time
- 2 years part-time