Flexible Learning modules are for you if you want to start some theological study, extend your learning in a particular area or be equipped for more effective ministry, whether at home, at church, in the community or in the workplace.
There are many modules available in the areas of Biblical Studies, Doctrine and History, Mission and Pastoral Ministry, including subjects such as the Doctrine of God, Word Ministry, Evangelism and Apologetics, Engagement with Cross-Cultural Mission and Children's, Youth and Family ministry.
Joining in with our full time and part time students onsite, you can either sit in on the lectures (auditing) or do the assessments as well and receive credit for your work (crediting).
Here is the information about the modules on offer during 2020/21:
See the Academic Calendar for full details about when each teaching period starts and ends, and when there are breaks for reading weeks, exams (for creditors) and holidays.
Please visit the individual module page to see what times the classes are
The price for a modules is determined by both the credit rating of the module, which relates to the total number of study hours, e.g. 10 credits, 20 credits, as well as whether you take it for 'audit' or 'credit'.
Auditing a module means you attend and listen to lectures and discussions and take part (at the individual lecturer's discretion and invitation) in classroom discussions and seminars.
Crediting a module means you engage more deeply and consolidate your learning by doing assessments. As a creditor, you attend lectures, take part in classroom discussions and seminars, complete all the assessments and receive a mark and feedback at the end of the module. Once you've successfully completed the module, you also receive nationally recognised, transferable credits. The price for crediting including the relevant Middlesex University registration fee.