• Foundations for Theology and Reflective Practice
  • Introduction to Church History
  • Introduction to the Bible 
  • Spirituality and Discipleship
  • Foundations in Christian Worship


Pathway A – Evangelism in Practice and Biblical language
Pathway B – Independent Learning Project (Long)



  • Topics in Christian Doctrine
  • Bible in Context
  • Ecclesiology 
  • Christian Faith and Ethical Living
  • Developing Ministry and Mission in Context


Pathway A –Biblical language
Pathway B – Independent Learning Project (short)



  • Mission and Apologetics in Contemporary Culture
  • Further New Testament and Old Testament Text study in context
  • Christianity and Inter Faith Engagement
  • Christian Doctrine in Context
  • Further Reflective Practice in Context (placement)


Students may also select from a combination of optional modules which may include: The Arts, Culture and Christian Ministry and Mission; Church History in Focus; Christian Doctrine in Context: Politics; and either an independent learning project or an extended dissertation. 

Written assignments comprise the majority of assessment for the BA Theology, Ministry and Mission, and most of these are essays, but they also include other written assessments like reflective journals and book reviews. Students also have some oral presentations.