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. Plus a major project/dissertation (15,000 words)