I’ve always been torn between studying social work or on a Christian course and I found that this course really incorporated both aspects…and I really like how it’s both practical and theory.
2nd Year MA Student
Postgraduate study in Mission and Ministry offers experienced workers and graduate entrants to ministry roles with a flexible qualification that will help sharpen their understanding and enhance their practice.
Developed in consultation with CYM graduates, employers and practice specialists this postgraduate qualification offers the opportunity to develop the knowledge and skills required for contemporary work with children and families, youth ministry and chaplaincy roles in schools, hospitals and other community contexts…
MA IN MISSION AND MINISTRY
(Plus £310 Practice Fee in YR1 and YR2 for those on specialist pathways)
Part Time: Typically 3 Years
MA (PG Certificate or Diploma exit routes) in Mission and Ministry (Specialisms available)
By integrating postgraduate level learning with CPD opportunities it is also a practical way to keep your professional knowledge and skills relevant and current. This course provides a unique approach to developing the theological thinking, reflective practice, and research skills needed for to shape, lead and develop effective mission and ministry in context.
The course offers four specialist pathways, allowing you to focus down on your area of mission and ministry while learning from others in core modules. Please scroll down to see our specialist pathways.
You can also choose to complete the MA without a specialism, giving you the most flexibility in the modules you choose or allowing you a more varied or generalised approach to your practice.
Full details of the modules for each pathway are available here.
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.
Most study blocks take place in our Nottingham teaching centre.
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’.