Irish Baptist College

Degree level: Postgraduate
Awarded by: University of Chester

Theology (Taught)

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Course summary

This course is for those seeking a deeper understanding of Christian doctrine, informed by an in-depth engagement with figures and texts throughout the history of the Christian tradition. It is for those looking to extend their undergraduate studies in theology and related fields, those seeking professional development, those interested in furthering their knowledge of the Christian faith and its effects on society and culture, and those considering pursuing a research degree in theology.

Course details


Core modules: Study Skills, dissertation; optional modules: Leadership in the pastoral epistles; the theology of worship; biblical ethics in contemporary context; reformation studies; apologetics; Christology yesterday and today; preaching in the contemporary world; pastoral studies, care and practice; mission studies.

Assessment method

Assessment for each single module is normally by a written essay of 4,000 words. The subject of the essay will usually be by negotiation with the module tutor.

Entry requirements

To gain entry students will normally require a relevant undergraduate degree. However relevant ministry experience can also be taken into account. Overseas students need IELTS 6.5

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

No fee information has been provided for this course

Additional fee information

£640 per 20 credit module (full programme is 60 credits)
Theology at Irish Baptist College - UCAS