MA in Spirituality

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

With our MA in Spirituality you will join a lively debate on the meaning and the role of spirituality in the context of the Christian traditions as well as in today’s multi-cultural and multi-religious environments.

Options:

  • Available full-time or part-time
  • Only online modules will be available in 2021-2022
  • Some modules may be available by block teaching over one or two weeks

COURSE STRUCTURE / MODULES:

The MA consists of FIVE modules (Including the Dissertation Module). Two of the four taught modules and the final dissertation are compulsory, the other two taught modules are optional and can be chosen from the list below:

MODULES FOR THE MA IN SPIRITUALITY

Compulsory modules: Optional modules recommended for IOCS students (2021-2022)* Other optional modules for 2021-2022*
Human Condition (Core module) – Taught across all MA courses by CTF

Spirituality in Context (Compulsory module) – Taught by CTF and IOCS

Final Major Project (Dissertation)

Orthodox Spirituality: Life in Liturgy – Taught by IOCS, developed for this MA

Mystery of Love – Taught by IOCS, developed for an alternative MA

Christianity and Ecology – Taught by IOCS, developed for an alternative MA

Philosophical Theology – Taught by IOCS, developed for an alternative MA

Religion and Society – Medieval and Modern – Taught by CTF

Theology and Practice of Mission – Taught by CTF

Interfaith Relations: from Theory to Encounter – Taught by CTF and Woolf Institute

Wesleyan Spirituality and Theology – Taught by CTF

Spiritual Direction in the Ignatian Tradition – Taught by CTF

Medieval and Celtic Spirituality – Taught by CTF

Themes in Pastoral Theology – Taught by CTF

*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 2021-2022. Also, IOCS and CTF reserve the right not to teach a module if enrolled numbers are insufficient.
The deadline for applications for our next intake for the MA courses is 31st August 2021.
Please find below the link to the Anglia Ruskin University online application.

Please note: If you have questions about the course structure or the application procedure, please contact the Institute’s Academic Director, Dr Christoph Schneider (cs300@cam.ac.uk).

Anglia Ruskin University online application for the MA in Spirituality