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Black Ministries and Leadership is a particular focus at Queen’s and we have a number of students from Black Majority churches, particularly the Wesleyan Holiness church and the Church of God of Prophecy. We also have developing relationships with local congregations, which include the New Testament Church of God. But whatever your local church affiliation, studying at Queen’s gives you the opportunity to deepen your theological awareness and cultivate skills in mission and ministry.
There are various academic pathways available, including:
- Taking an individual module on a subject that interests you. You can write an assignment that relates to the module content if you wish, or you can just come and listen and participate in the lectures.
- Studying for one of the awards validated by Durham University as part of the Common Awards.
We are very willing to have a conversation with you about how to tailor a programme that fits with your particular time/interests. If you've already got some theological study under your belt, and want to investigate something in greater depth, you might want to explore researching a particular area of theology that interests you at MA level validated by Durham University or Newman University. Studying for a PhD degree validated by Vrije Universities Amsterdam is also an option.