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POSTGRADUATE STUDIES

PROFESSIONAL AND MINISTERIAL FORMATION

FOR EMERGING LEADERS WITH VISION

Chaplaincy with Children and Young People MA

The study block has been great, we can really see the passion our tutors have for what they do. We have been well looked after.

1st Year MA Student

Overview

Our flexible postgraduate studies pathway is ideal for those newly appointed into Chaplaincy roles, or those more established who are seeking to challenge and deepen their understanding and practice of this area of ministry. Out students are mainly in educational settings but it could be applied to other contexts.

 

It enables students to gain an essential grounding in the theology of ministry and of contextual practice, and to combine these foundations with contemporary patterns and approaches in Chaplaincy…

COURSE Title

MA IN CHAPLAINCY WITH CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE​

LOCATION​

CYM Nottingham

Validated By

Newman University

COST

YR1 £2500

YR2 £2500

Yr3 £1500 

DURATION

PG Cert 1-2 Years
PG Dip 2-3 Years
MA 3-4 Years Part Time

QUALIFICATION

MA in Mission and Ministry
(Chaplaincy with Children and Young People)

Earlier exit routes are possible

Through the analysis of historical and contemporary literature from the field, it will enable students to unpack, explore and critique their own Chaplaincy ministry with young people or children both theologically and practically.

Studying on this programme will enable you to gain:
Learning in, and from practice

For the duration of the course, it is a requirement that you are hold position (voluntary or paid) within a relevant setting, where your professional formation as a Chaplain will be rooted in ongoing practice.

You will also be supported by experienced professionals who will enable you to learn from what you do in practice, and demonstrate competence in Chaplaincy settings

Course Outline

The first two years of the course are delivered on a rolling basis, so ‘Year A’ will only be delivered on alternate years. Students starting in 2020 will begin with ‘Year A’.

Validated By:

Entry Requirements

BA Honours degree at 2:2 or equivalent experience / prior learning
At least 100 hours experience in ministry, as a volunteer or paid staff
Completion of safe to practice checks (Enhanced DBS, Access NI)

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Academic and Pastoral Support

Alongside the interactive lectures and seminars, CYM provides study skills training, and ongoing academic advice and support for students, as integral components of the programme.

Where will I study?

Core module study block weeks and termly study days in Nottingham (October)

15 credit modules delivered in various ways at CYM Nottingham – typically 4 day modules in spring/summer

Fees and Funding

Check out our fees and funding overview for further information

 

 

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