Undergraduate programme

Bachelor of Arts Theology

Approved for Ordinands
 
Programme information
3 Years full time
6 Years part time
360 Total credits
Level 6 Level of award (Undergraduate)
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The first year of the BA (Hons) provides a foundation in the main sub-disciplines of theology: biblical studies, doctrine, history and practical ministry.  The second year moves on to provide broader coverage as students begin to engage more deeply with those sub-disciplines.  The third year provides the integrative horizon where the development of learning across the three years of study comes to its fullest expression and where students are expected to extend and apply their learning to new areas and situations. The capstone module on the Pastoral Epistles requires students to draw together all of their learning to date through detailed study of the biblical texts and deep engagement with the issues raised, while other core modules focus in on key aspects of doctrine, pastoral ministry, public theology and word ministry.

Like the DipHE, the BA (Hons) is a popular choice amongst those wishing to study theology before entering into the pastorate/ministry. A number of students each year also use the BA (Hons) as a spring board into further/postgraduate study.

Why Oak Hill?

Part time study options

The BA (Hons) can be taken on a full time or part time basis to suit your individual needs.  It can be taken part time over six years.  For many students, this allows them to remain more rooted in their existing churches, communities, or jobs, alongside training at Oak Hill.

Why part time study?

2020/21 tuition fees

Tuition Fees per year:

£9,000 full time
£4,740 part time based on 60 credits

Middlesex University Registration Fee:

£784 per year payable in first and second years

This programme is quality assured by Middlesex University and you will receive a Middlesex award on successful completion.

 
Revd John Shepherd - Vicar, Emmanuel Church, Great Chesham & Former student
 

I am hugely grateful to Oak Hill for a wonderful three years of theological education which has been vital to the last 24 years of ministry.”

Revd John Shepherd

Vicar, Emmanuel Church, Great Chesham & former student