As part of its remit to support life-long learning across the Province, SEI offers two MA programmes of study — an MA in Theology, Mission and Ministry, and an MA in Contemporary Christian Leadership — in partnership with the Common Awards scheme.
The MA in Theology, Ministry and Mission provides continuing professional development at an advanced level of attainment for laity and clergy who desire to study at postgraduate level. The aim of the programme is to deliver learning and teaching that enable students to pursue academically rigorous and research-facing engagement with a range of disciplines within theology, ministry and mission. The MA in Theology, Ministry and Mission provides pathways of study that contribute to meet diverse professional and vocational criteria and a firm basis from which to pursue postgraduate research in theology, ministry and mission. It is open to the questions and insights generated by engagement with research and thinking at the forefront of specialised areas of study and professional practice in theology, ministry and mission; it assumes a willingness to be transformed by them. In this programme, one hones the critical skills and disposition needed to go forth in the church and the world with the light of Christian theology as a passionate, articulate and prayerful disciple.
The MA in Contemporary Christian Leadership provides an opportunity for personal and professional development to satisfy the aspirations of those who undertake studies to enhance, broaden and deepen their discipleship in terms of leadership. This programme enables reflective practice on Christian leadership; it provides a firm basis from which to pursue postgraduate research in theological and ministerial studies. The MA in Contemporary Christian Leadership aims to develop dispositions that are congruent with and necessary for leadership and mission. The programme explores questions and insights about leadership in today’s church by engagement with research and thinking at the forefront of specialised areas of study and professional practice in Christian leadership. It seeks to inculcate a generous, open and empathetic disposition to engage and cooperate with others in and beyond the church.
Both MAs require 180 credits of study and are parttime programmes (over three or four years). Both are delivered entirely online. Candidates will normally have studied theology to degree level. There is a fee of £20 per credit (or £3600 in total) for either MA.
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