University of Chichester
At the beginning of the course students explore critically the methodological presumptions which underpin practical and public theology. This provides a grounding for theological engagement with a ministerial context. Further core modules are a practical theology project, spirituality, and ritual and liturgy. Students may then undertake advanced study in central ministerial areas such as biblical studies, ethics, pluralism and diversity, and missiology.
Year 1: August residential: practical and public theology (core). January residential: pluralism and diversity or the bible and public theology; may residential: practical theology project (core). Year 2: August residential: liturgy and ritual in contemporary culture (core); January residential: Christian ethics in contemporary society or Christian mission in western society; may residential: spirituality (core). Year 3: all year dissertation.
The modules are assessed through a variety of tasks including essays, book reviews, case studies, research project reports, and presentations. The final dissertation is 15,000 words.
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