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DipHE in Theology Ministry and Mission (Full Time)

St Mellitus College

Diploma Of Higher Education , Theology

Course Description

For the first year, teaching takes place alongside students doing the Certificate. After this, the Diploma goes into greater depth than the Certificate, building on foundational areas, and beginning to shift focus to a more contextual approach. This means that we begin with issues and conflicts that arise in the world and the church, then learn how our theology can both help us address those issues - and at the same time, how our theology might grow deeper as we engage with these issues.

For the first year, teaching takes place alongside students doing the Certificate. After this, the Diploma goes into greater depth than the Certificate, building on foundational areas, and beginning to shift focus to a more contextual approach. This means that we begin with issues and conflicts that arise in the world and the church, then learn how our theology can both help us...

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Course Content

Year 1

  • Foundations for Theology and Reflective Practice
  • Introduction to Church History
  • Introduction to the Bible
  • Spirituality and Discipleship
  • Foundations in Christian Worship
  • Attend both Teaching Weeks

Year 2

  • Topics in Christian Doctrine (Systematics)
  • Bible in Context
  • Ecclesiology
  • Christian Faith and Ethical Living (Ethics)
  • Developing Ministry and Mission in Context
  • Attend both Teaching Weeks

Year 1 Foundations for Theology and Reflective Practice Introduction to Church History Introduction to the Bible Spirituality and Discipleship Foundations in Christian Worship Attend both Teaching Weeks Year 2 Topics in Christian Doctrine...

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Entry Requirements

  • The College will only consider applications from students who will be 18 by the time they enrol.
  • Aptitude for study appropriate to the level of the qualification applied for (see below for further details with respect to each programme).
  • Language aptitude according to University (or equivalent) policy if English is not the first language.  See the Learning and Teaching Handbook – Durham University.
  • International students would need to acquire a Visa for the entirety of the course before applying, as we are unable to offer sponsorship.
  • Students need to be proficient computer and internet users to study on our programmes.

The College will only consider applications from students who will be 18 by the time they enrol. Aptitude for study appropriate to the level of the qualification applied for (see below for further details with respect to each programme). Language aptitude according to University (or equivalent) policy if English is not the first language.  See...

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