About the course
60 UK credits
he Postgraduate Certificate in Ministry and Mission is primarily designed as an extension programme for students who have completed a Master of Arts in Theology (or equivalent) and want to start a career in ministry within the Trans-European Division (TED) of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. While in combination with the MA Theology this course is a requirement for ministerial employment in the TED, it is also for anyone with the relevant entry requirements who would like to undertake postgraduate studies with a focus on ministry and mission.
THE COURSE reflects the Adventist Church’s
One semester, full-time STUDY MODE/S:
Full-time, part-time or intensive INTAKE:
Spring Semester (January)* TOTAL COURSE CREDITS
Postgraduate OFFERED BY:
University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UK) *Autumn (September) Semester intake may be possible depending on your circumstances.
Postgraduate Certiﬁcate in Ministry and Mission
conviction that successful ministry must be based not only on a deep knowledge of Scripture and an understanding of the Church’s theology and history, but also on competence in leadership, pastoral and mission skills which are relevant to the needs of the contemporary world.
What you will study
he course places an emphasis on pastoral, leadership, administration, ethics and mission. The structure, content and assessment patterns of the programme have been designed in such a way as to equip you with the critical and analytical skills necessary to ensure your maximum employability while inculcating a desire and passion for life-long learning and personal development. FULL-TIME students can complete the programme in one semester. Part-time students will typically take one or two modules per semester and complete the programme in two semesters.
Modules To fulfil the requirements for the Postgraduate Certificate in Ministry and Mission you will need to successfully complete 60 credits of the modules listed below. The modules offered change every year – with
The official College Prospectus for the academic year 2020/21