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The Postgraduate Diploma in Ministry (PGDipMin) requires one year of full-time or its equivalent in part-time study. The aim of the diploma is to enhance contemporary ministries through the incorporation of current scholarship into the practice of ministry.
The admission requirement is a degree or equivalent three-year qualification in Theology with satisfactory grades. The coursework consists of six taught papers at 400-level, of which three are praxis-based in Ministry Studies and three are selected from papers offered in Biblical Studies, Christian Thought and History and Pastoral Studies.
The diploma is designed to enhance a graduate's professional practice in a range of Christian ministries.
The Postgraduate Diploma in Ministry (PGDipMin) is also available through Distance Learning.
Postgraduate Diploma in Ministry (PGDipMin)
Six papers with a value of 120 points:
Regulations for the Postgraduate Diploma in Ministry (PGDipMin)
Admission to the Programme
Structure of the Programme
Duration of the Programme
The programme may be taken by full-time candidates in one year, or by part-time candidates over more than one year. Any papers in which a candidate is enrolled in any year shall be examined in that year.
Level of Award of the Diploma
The diploma may be awarded with distinction or with credit.
The Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Humanities) may in exceptional circumstances approve a course of study which does not comply with these regulations.