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UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES

PROFESSIONAL AND MINISTERIAL FORMATION

FOR EMERGING LEADERS WITH VISION

BA (HONS) IN PRACTICAL THEOLOGY

Jared

I chose CYM because the staff weren’t just interested in helping me get good grades, but they were interested in helping me develop all round as an individual as well.

Jared
2nd Year Student

Overview

This BA Honours degree in Practical Theology allows you to develop your ministry and work with children, young people, families and their communities in context – you learn by doing, not just by sitting in a classroom.

Learning - Growing - Serving
COURSE Title

BA (Hons) in Practical Theology (with specialist pathways) 

LOCATION​

CYM Nottingham

Validated By

Newman University

COST

Annual Fees £7840 *

DURATION

Full Time: 3 Years
Part Time: 4-5 Years 

UCAS course COde

V690

INSTITUTION CODE

N36

* some students pay for an overnight stay 1 night per fortnight

 

The course encourages you to develop your faith through studying theology, being part of a worshipping community and living out your relationship with God in practice. It also develops your practical ministry by applying your knowledge of working with people and the communities they live in and reflecting on your skills and approach to the work.

The first year of the course is designed to help you test and develop your calling, then in years two and three you focus on a one of our Specialist Pathways for the rest of your course.

Studying on this programme will enable you to gain:
What will I study?

Download the Course outline to find out what modules make up your degree.* 

 

* Changes to modules: we comply with Newman University general academic regulations. Please review the additional course information and terms and conditions. 

Learning in, and from practice

For the duration of the course, you will be placed in a church or other appropriate setting where your professional formation as a worker be rooted in ongoing practice.

You will also engage in 1-1 tutorials with experienced professionals, and participate in small group activities that, together, support the application of learning within your practice and attend to your personal and professional formation.

Validated By:

Entry Requirements

Access qualification

100 hours experience in a relevant work or ministry
(paid or voluntary)

Completion of safe to practice checks (Enhanced DBS)

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Academic and Pastoral Support

You will receive support from a dedicated line manager and other colleagues within these contexts, as well as a dedicated team within the theological college who oversee all aspects of your studies.

 

Alongside the interactive lectures and seminars, you will be part of a facilitated peer formation group and are supported internally by a personal tutor and externally by an experienced practitioner in the field.