MA in Contemporary Faith and Belief

An Anglia Ruskin University degree created and taught by the Cambridge Theological Federation

Our MA in Contemporary Faith and Belief will enable you to join a timely debate about the role of faith and belief in the contemporary world.

For a comprehensive description of the MA in Contemporary Faith and Belief and for all relevant details please go to the Cambridge Theological Federation page (click here).

Available as:

Postgraduate Certificate in Contemporary Faith and Belief (2 modules)
Postgraduate Diploma in Contemporary Faith and Belief (4 modules)
MA in Contemporary Faith and Belief (4 modules and a 15,000 word dissertation)

Options:

Available full-time or part-time
Choose from online or classroom lectures and seminars
Some modules will be available by block teaching in Cambridge over one or two weeks

Recommended Structure/Modules:

Postgraduate Certificate Postgraduate Diploma MA
Human Condition Human Condition Human Condition
Secularisation and Christianity Secularisation and Christianity Secularisation and Christianity
Plus two optional modules.*

The modules below are recommended to our students:

1)      Mystery of Love (2018-19)

2)      Ecumenism and Theory and Practice (2018-19)

3)      Christianity and Ecology (2018-19)

4)      Theology and Science (2019-20)

5)      Philosophical Theology (2019-20)

Students can also pick their two optional modules from the wider pool of modules offered at that time Federation-wide. To see all the Modules please go here.

Plus two optional modules.*

The modules below are recommended to our students:

1)      Mystery of Love (2018-19)

2)      Ecumenism and Theory and Practice (2018-19)

3)      Christianity and Ecology (2018-19)

4)      Theology and Science (2019-20)

5)      Philosophical Theology (2019-20)

Students can also pick their two optional modules from the wider pool of modules offered at that time Federation-wide. To see all the Modules please go here.

*IOCS and CTF reserve the right not to teach a module if enrolled numbers are insufficient. Also please note that these modules are only offered every two years and, therefore, in certain situations, some of these modules will not be available to full-time students (who are enrolled for only one year), or to part-time students (if they are starting in January).  Plus a major project/dissertation (15,000 words)
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