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Theology

Oak Hill College

  • September, 2020 Start Date

  • 2 years Duration

  • Full Time Study Mode

  • £8725.00 Course Fee

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Course Description

The Foundation Degree Arts (FdA) in Theology is a two-year programme designed to help you understand the Bible and how it applies in contemporary culture. Like all foundation degrees, it focuses on work-based learning, which makes it ideal for integrating the three strands of academic study, personal formation and practical training.

The degree starts and ends with a strong emphasis on unity. In the opening and closing terms there are modules which draw all the aspects of theology into an integrated and applied whole.

You will specialise in one of two streams, chosen during your application process:
• Theological & Pastoral Studies (TPS) or
• Theology for Crossing Cultures (TCC)

We are currently teaching out our Theology & Praxis for Children’s & Youth Ministry (TCY) stream.

The Foundation Degree Arts (FdA) in Theology is a two-year programme designed to help you understand the Bible and how it applies in contemporary culture. Like all foundation degrees, it focuses on work-based learning, which makes it ideal for integrating the three strands of academic study, personal formation and practical training. The degree starts and ends with a strong...

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Course Content

You will specialise in one of two streams, chosen during your application process:
• Theological & Pastoral Studies (TPS) or
• Theology for Crossing Cultures (TCC)

We are currently teaching out our Theology & Praxis for Children’s & Youth Ministry (TCY) stream and therefore we are not receiving TCY applications for September 2019 entry.

Year 1:
You must take all of:
• 9 compulsory modules (totalling 70 credits) (BD1.1 must be taken in the first year of study regardless of whether a student is full time or part time)
• Additional modules compulsory for the chosen specialism:
  - TPS 35 credits
  - TCC 35 credits
  - TCY 15 credits
• Elective modules, from any specialism, to take the total number of credits studied to 120 credits. Some elective modules
may be at Level 5 if desired.
• Weekly church placement and associated reports
• Communication workshop

Year 2:
You must take all of: 
• 7 compulsory modules (totalling 80 credits)
• Additional modules compulsory for the chosen specialism:
  - TPS 15 credits
  - TCC 20 credits
  - TCY 30 credits
• Elective modules, from any specialism, to take the total number of credits studied in the year to 120 credits. You must complete 120 credits at Level 5 or higher by the end of your FdA year.
• Weekly church placement and associated reports

Elective modules are offered subject to viability (based on class size) and the College reserves the right to withdraw an elective module if there is insufficient interest; not all elective modules are offered every year.  

You will specialise in one of two streams, chosen during your application process: • Theological & Pastoral Studies (TPS) or • Theology for Crossing Cultures (TCC) ‍ We are currently teaching out our Theology & Praxis for Children’s & Youth Ministry (TCY) stream and therefore we are not receiving TCY applications for September 2019...

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Oak Hill College

Full Time, 2 years

September, 2020

£8725.00

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Entry Requirements

Applicants are expected to have achieved one of the following criteria to be considered for the programme:

• Passes in two A Levels with at least three passes at GCSEs
• Passes in three A Levels with at least two passes at GCSEs
• Four Scottish Qualifications Authority Highers or Advanced Highers
• Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Diploma or National Extended Diploma, both to be accompanied by at least three passes at GCSEs
• Such other Level 3 qualifications which are deemed by Middlesex University as acceptable in lieu of the above.

If an applicant does not have the above qualifications, s/he may still be considered for the FdA Theology, provided that the College is satisfied that s/he has the necessary motivation and ability to follow the programme successfully. 

Applicants must also satisfy the College that they have a sufficient command of spoken and written English to meet the demands of the programme. An applicant whose first language is not English will be expected to reach, at the point of application to Oak Hill College, a suitable minimum level of English language. We therefore require all applicants whose first language is not English to take an Academic IELTS test and achieve an overall score of 7.0 or above, with no less than 6.5 in each component.

Applicants are expected to have achieved one of the following criteria to be considered for the programme: • Passes in two A Levels with at least three passes at GCSEs • Passes in three A Levels with at least two passes at GCSEs • Four Scottish Qualifications Authority Highers or Advanced Highers • Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Diploma or...

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