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What will I learn?

Course Overview

The Aspects of Christian Holiness pathway is specifically designed to probe deeply into the important topic of Christian holiness particularly (but not exclusively) as expressed in the Wesleyan tradition. The course work and dissertation encourage students to provide penetrating discussions on specific aspects of Christian holiness of their choosing.

The MA in Theology (Aspects of Christian Holiness) and its parallel Postgraduate Diploma course both have four course units. The Postgraduate Certificate course has two course units. These course units are structured around ten two-and-a-half hour seminars. The seminars are facilitated by specialists in the appropriate disciplines. In-depth reading, seminar presentations, group discussion and preparation of written assignments are all included within the course units.

Which department am I in?

Nazarene Theological College

Study options

Full Time (1 year)

Tuition fees
£11,700.00 (US$ 13,032) per year
Dissertation Fee £400.00. Re-registration/Resubmission Fee (Dissertation) - £200.

This is a fixed fee
Start date

February 2023

Venue

Nazarene Theological College

Dene Road,

Didsbury,

Manchester,

M20 2GU, England

Entry requirements

For international students

Candidates for the Master of Arts degree must normally have a good honours degree in a relevant subject to be admitted to the course. Candidates for the ‘Christian Engagement with Islam’ pathway must have completed ST6330 (Islam in Contemporary Britain) or its equivalent prior to entry. Those who do not have the formal qualifications necessary to gain entry directly on to the MA courses are able to apply to the Postgraduate Diploma or Certificate. The Diploma is identical to the MA in all aspects except that the PGDip does not require the completion of a dissertation and it does not require the same standards of achievement. The Postgraduate Certificate requires completion of TWO taught units (60 credits) including required unit(s), does not require the completion of a dissertation and it does not require the same standards of achievement. Students who wish to progress on to complete the MA may do so, provided they have performed at the required level. Non-graduates may be admitted to the PG Certificate on the basis of academic work or a combination of academic and prior experiential learning which indicates that they have reached the level of academic standing equivalent to a graduate. If you are a candidate for a postgraduate course, you will need a minimum IEL TS score of 6.5, or its equivalent, overall.

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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