MA in theology, ministry and mission
MA in theology, ministry and mission: African Christian Diaspora route
Pioneer MA and African Christian Diaspora MA
There are now two routes through the MA in theology, ministry and mission: one with a focus on pioneering and one with a focus on African Christian Diaspora.
If you are interested in pursuing studies at a doctoral level, please do get in touch to explore the possibilities we can offer.
Distinctive components include:
- a practical element, where people are challenged to launch new projects as they continue through the course
- worship and prayer together
- an annual retreat or pilgrimage
- sessions with pioneer practitioners
- everyone connects with a mentor
- regular tutorials
- learning as a community
Reflective practice: leadership and collaboration (Level 7)Equips you to discern appropriate models of leadership and evaluate your own experience in leadership. Material is drawn from both secular and Christian contexts.
Research and reflection: resources and methods (Level 7)An introduction to various research methods and approaches to theological reflection. There will be an opportunity to design a research project.
Dissertation (Level 7)This is completed in the third year of study. It is a piece of work of 12,000–15,000 words enabling you to follow an area of interest in depth.
Anthropology and Christian mission (Level 6 – Pioneer route)
An introduction to culture, context and worldview. You will develop your own reflexive capacity in relation to your cultural background and behaviour.