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MTh Pathway in Biblical and Theological Studies

Spurgeon's College

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Course Description

MTh pathways in Advanced Christian Studies and Biblical and Theological Studies

These pathways are designed for graduates in theology who wish to pursue their studies in more depth. They follow a traditional pattern of attendance at college for seminars once or twice a week, followed by dissertation. The pathways are validated by The University of Manchester.

Specialist pathway: Biblical and Theological Studies (BTS)

This pathway enables you to take units from the entire field of theological studies, including practically orientated units. Ministerial students who already have a theology degree follow this course during their ministerial training, but it is open to non-ministerial students too.

MTh pathways in Advanced Christian Studies and Biblical and Theological Studies These pathways are designed for graduates in theology who wish to pursue their studies in more depth. They follow a traditional pattern of attendance at college for seminars once or twice a week, followed by dissertation. The pathways are validated by The University of...

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Entry Requirements

  • A Degree in Theology (at least 2nd class)
  • A score of 7 or over on the ILETS test for non-native English speakers

  • A Degree in Theology (at least 2nd class)
  • A score of 7 or over on the ILETS test for non-native English speakers

Assessment Methods

Students are assessed in a variety of ways such as essays and projects totalling up to 8000 words per unit. The two compulsory units are taught at the beginning and the end of the course: the first lays a foundation through exploring Theological Enquiry and Interpretation while the second, Theological Research, forms a preparation for the dissertation. The second unit is assessed by a dissertation proposal. The only examinations are for the optional units on the biblical languages Hebrew and Greek.

Students are assessed in a variety of ways such as essays and projects totalling up to 8000 words per unit. The two compulsory units are taught at the beginning and the end of the course: the first lays a foundation through exploring Theological Enquiry and Interpretation while the second, Theological Research, forms a preparation for the dissertation. The second unit is assessed by a...

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