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Certificate in Theological Studies (CertThSt)

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Note: no new enrolments will be accepted for this programme

Overview

The Certificate in Theological Studies (CertThSt) a qualification awarded to students who have completed at least seven papers for the Diploma in Theological Studies (DipThSt) but who choose to withdraw from that programme. The Diploma and Certificate are intended for students who may not wish to complete a full degree, but who may wish to take Theology papers at 100-level.

The Certificate in Theological Studies can be awarded after one year of full-time or its equivalent in part-time study. Students take seven papers, including at least six papers in the major subject areas of Theology, which are Biblical Studies, Christian Thought and History, and Pastoral Studies. They are also able to include one paper from outside of Theology in their Certificate.

The Certificate in Theological Studies (CertThSt) is also available through Distance Learning.

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Regulations for the Certificate in Theological Studies (CertThSt)

  1. Structure of the Programme

    Every programme of study for the diploma

    1. shall consist of papers worth not less than 252 points,
    2. shall normally include papers worth at least 108 points at 100-level and at least 90 points at 200-level from BIBS, CHTH, PAST, or RELS papers,
    3. may include up to 54 points for papers in other programmes.

  2. Withdrawal from the Diploma Programme

    A candidate who gains credit for papers to the value of not less than 126 points, of which not less than 108 points are from Theology papers, may withdraw from the diploma programme and be awarded a Certificate in Theological Studies.

  3. Prerequisites, Corequisites and Restrictions

    Every programme of study shall satisfy the requirements for prerequisites, corequisites and restrictions set out in the Prescriptions (published in the Guide to Enrolment).

  4. Variations

    The Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Humanities) may in exceptional circumstances approve a course of study which does not comply with these regulations.

    Note: no new enrolments will be accepted for this programme.

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