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Nazarene Theological College

Theology

UCAS Code: V610

Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

Entry requirements


A level

D,D

Access to HE Diploma

P:30

Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma (first teaching from September 2016)

PPP

Scottish Higher

D,D,D,D,D

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Course option

3years

Full-time | 2019

You’ll find undergraduate courses at NTC can open many doors – to ministry, community work or continued education. In fact, recent graduates have gone on to find roles in some fascinating settings, in Britain and abroad. To give you greater flexibility, all of our courses are modular. This means the course can form a qualification in its own right or it can be used to build credits in your ‘learning account’. These credits can then go towards an award from the college.

Full-time and flexible part-time routes are available. Full-time study is for three years and up to six years part-time. This is a great pathway for those looking to develop a vocation in teaching or ministry, or those simply wanting to study theology.

Close to forty different nationalities are represented in the College’s diverse student body. NTC welcomes students from outside the UK, either for full courses or for Study Abroad periods, and the presence of a variety of cultures enriches the life of the whole community. Nazarene Theological College is an approved partner of The University of Manchester, delivering programmes developed by Nazarene Theological College, approved by and leading to an award of the University of Manchester.

Core models include: Introduction to Theology and Biblical Studies, Story of God, Church History, Christian Doctrine, Spiritual Formation, Christian Holiness, a range of Old and New Testament subjects, and Practical and Social Theology electives. We offer three distinct BA degree pathways: Theology, Practical Theology, Youth and Community.

Each course has a combination of ‘required units’ and ‘elective units’. The ‘required units’ make sure that the core elements are in place. The ‘elective units’ allow you to choose areas of particular interest from the full range of units on offer. Although all ‘required units’ are available each year, many ‘elective units’ are available on a two-year cycle. Students will receive a minimum of 360 credits while on this course.

Modules

Core models include: Introduction to Theology and Biblical Studies, Story of God, Church History, Christian Doctrine, Spiritual Formation, Christian Holiness, a range of Old and New Testament subjects, and Practical and Social Theology electives.

Assessment methods

Coursework, examinations, group work, presentations.

Tuition fees

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£7,165
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£7,165
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£7,165
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£7,165
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