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Would you like to study Black Theology at Masters Level?
Do you want theology to be liberative, transformative and progressive?
Do you want learning to be inclusive and accessible?
The Queen’s programme in Black Theology is designed to enable part-time learners to gain post graduate awards that are rigorous and practical, enabling transformative practice in church and society. They will:
- give you confidence about doing theology at a high level
- equip you with the insights and tools of Black Theology, decolonising the theological curriculum and engaging with popular culture
- be taught by the UK’s leading Black theologians
If you have a first degree in theology, or a Diploma in theology and degree in another subject, you will be eligible to apply for the MA programme. If you have a degree in another subject or a diploma and ministry experience you can join the MA taster course. This will be taught and assessed at MA level, so passing it means you can progress to the MA (or Post Graduate Diploma) and have the learning accredited.
The taster course costs only £250, which includes the tuition fee and refreshments.
The course is accessible for part time learners as it is held on 5 Saturdays at Queen’s, which is easily accessible by rail and road.
For more information about the taster course and the MA click here to download the flyer. More than 20 people were enrolled this year so don’t wait to apply for the programme which begins in January 2020 by contacting Dulcie McKenzie.