An Anglia Ruskin University degree created and taught by the Cambridge Theological Federation
Our MA in Contemporary Faith and Belief in the Global Context will enable you to join a timely debate about the role of faith and belief in the contemporary world.
- Available full-time or part-time
- Some modules may be available by block teaching over one or two weeks
Bursaries are available for this programme.
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COURSE STRUCTURE / MODULES:
The MA consists of FIVE modules (Including the Dissertation Module). One of the four taught modules and the final dissertation are compulsory.
MODULES FOR THE MA IN CONTEMPORARY FAITH AND BELIEF IN GLOBAL CONTEXT
|Compulsory modules:||Optional module recommended for IOCS students (2022-2023)*||Other optional modules for 2022-2023*|
|Secularisation in the Christian World – Taught by CTF and IOCS
Final Major Project (Dissertation)
|Mystery of Love – Taught by IOCS
Ecumenism in Theory and Practice – Taught by IOCS
Theology and Philosophy – Taught by IOCS
Christianity and Ecology – Taught by IOCS
|Theology and Practice of Mission – Taught by Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide (CCCW)
Development of World Christianity – Taught by CCCW
|*Please note that, while the Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies and the Cambridge Theological Federation will do their best to offer the above modules in the coming academic year, we cannot guarantee that all these optional modules will be offered in 2022-2023. Also, IOCS and CTF reserve the right not to teach a module if enrolled numbers are insufficient.|
Please note: If you have questions about the course structure or the application procedure, please contact the Institute’s Academic Director, Dr Christoph Schneider (email@example.com).