Master of Arts (Theology)
The general purpose of postgraduate studies in theology is to provide an enriching and enhancing education for students at an advanced academic level, based upon an introductory award in theology.
The MA(Theology) is a coursework degree. It can be taken as either:
- A ‘general’ course, requiring a student to complete 180 points of postgraduate study in a combination of the student's choice of disciplines, or
- As a ‘specialised’ course, requiring a student to complete 180 points of postgraduate study focusing on a particular discipline area: Biblical Studies, Church History, Chaplaincy, Faith Leadership, Liturgy, Ministry, Missiology, Moral Theology, Pastoral Care, Philosophy, Religious Education, Social Justice, Spiritual Direction, Spirituality or Systematic Theology.