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The requirements for the Religious Studies major, and the modules typically offered in this course are as follows: Code

Title

Credits

Core modules (21 credits) TWO modules which fulfil the general education Religion and Service requirements – the first module counts towards the major

Mission and Volunteerism (fulfils general education RELG360G Service requirement only – does not count towards major) RELT340

Religion and Ethics in Modern Society

3

Foundations of Biblical Studies OR Foundations of Christian RELG360D Theology RELG360C

RELB216 RELB406 RELB274 RELB210 RELB335 RELG496 RELG496

3

3

Special Project: Research Project I AND Special Project: Research Project II

Code

Title

Credits

Elective modules (21 credits taken from credits below or those not yet taken above) RELT250

Personal Spirituality and Faith

3

RELH400

SDA History and Prophetic Heritage

3

RELG360B

Ministry and Culture

3

RELG360E

Reformation Theology

3

RELG360H

History of Western Thought Any from the list of Core Modules that have not yet been taken

SUBTOTAL: 21

TOTAL MAJOR CREDITS: 42

3

Law and Writings of the Old Testament OR Studies in Daniel and Revelation OR Prophetic Writings of the Old Testament Jesus in His Time and Ours OR Acts and Epistles

Entry requirements

More information 3 3 3

SUBTOTAL: 21

E: info@newbold.ac.uk T: +44 (0)1344 407492 W: newbold.ac.uk/ theology-religious-studies

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YOU ARE normally required to have five GCSEs (grade 9–5, including Maths and English) and two A levels (with passing grades), or equivalents if you did not complete secondary school in the UK. A four–year version of this course may be available to those who do not meet all of the entry requirements. IF ENGLISH is not your native language you will also need to provide evidence that your English is of a sufficient standard to study at this course level. See our website, or page 30, for more information.

Fees and funding

FUNDING your studies is an important part of your academic journey. We believe that our fee structure is competitive, with fulltime study in the 2020–2021 academic year costing just £12,305 for tuition, shared accommodation and meals for undergraduate students from within the UK, or those who are considered Home students.

Scholarships and grants are available to help you fund your studies. See page 24 or visit our website for more information on what support you might be eligible for. Visit our website for up-to-date and detailed fee information:

newbold.ac.uk/fees

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Newbold Prospectus 2020/21  

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The official College Prospectus for the academic year 2020/21

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