Theology 2018-05-03T17:14:12+00:00

THEOLOGY DEGREE COURSES

The following courses are validated by the University of Roehampton

Theology and Practical Ministry

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Theology and Media Culture

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Theology and Youth Ministry

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The final awards: 

  • BA (Hons) Theology and Practical Ministry
  • BA (Hons) Theology and Media Culture
  • BA (Hons) Theology and Youth Ministry

Entry criteria:

2 A levels, NVQ level 3, BTEC National Diploma, Access course certificates, AVCE, 60 credits at OCN Level 3 or equivalent qualifications.

Applications from mature students over the age of 21 without qualifications may be accepted. Students may be asked to do a foundation year where this is considered necessary.

APL/APEL: Applicants to the programme may be eligible for APL/APEL if they have previous study or experience. For APL, applicants may be offered the opportunity to enter directly onto the second or third year with a Foundation Degree, CertHe, DipHe or a number of modules of an undergraduate degree programme at another institution. On submission of certificate and transcripts of qualifications gained, compatibility of the learning outcomes of a previous programme of study with that of CRC will be assessed. For APEL, students must submit evidence detailing their activities which will be mapped against module learning outcomes. Applications for credit transfer will be assessed on an individual basis by staff at Roehampton University.

All entrants need to demonstrate an ability in English Language e.g. GCSE grade A-C or equivalent. From September 2016 students without such certification will be required to sit the Cambridge Proficiency Test and achieve a level B2.

The length of the programme for full-time and for part-time study: 3 years full time and 4 1/2 years part time.

Modules for the course are available in the Programme Handbook.

Course assessment: Each module is assessed via essays, presentations and reports. Some modules have exams. Please see the Programme Handbook for full details of assessment.

Location of study: All classes are held at our Harrow premises.

Library arrangements: CRC has a small library but students can also use the Roehampton library but may not borrow books unless they pay a fee to the University.

Tuition fees and any extra costs e.g. joining other libraries and graduation costs: Tuition fees are now £6000 for full time study. Part time fees £4500. Students may incur extra costs for joining other libraries and also pay a graduation fee which covers the cost of the hire of their gown and refreshments at graduation and graduation costs.