The programme, delivered entirely online, aims to provide students with a secure knowledge of the major theories, concepts, issues and practices relating to religious studies. Students will gain a systematic understanding of a number of ways in which the scholarship of religion frames and analyses religious belief and practice in the modern world. In addition, the PgCert will also allow students to gain a firm grasp of the necessary skills appropriate to evaluating, analysing and interpreting the concrete contexts of contemporary religious belief and practice. The programme comprises 3 modules, 2 compulsory and 1 taken from the suite of religion modules specifically designed for distance learning delivery.
An upper 2nd Class Honours degree, or equivalent, in an appropriate discipline.
Core modules: religion and conflict; faith debates: religion, society and politics. Optional modules: Quaker theology in context; the sociology of contemporary Quakerism; Quakerism, peace and justice.
Essays, essay preparatory tasks and online activities.
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