Postgraduate programme

Postgraduate Certificate Theology

 
Programme information
1 Year Pathway A (nominally ‘full time’)
2 Years Pathway B (nominally ‘part time’)
60 Total credits
Level 7 Level of award (Postgraduate)
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The information provided about the Postgraduate Certificate Theology is subject to the Postgraduate Programmes Review which we anticipate taking place early in 2022.  This is part of a standard pattern of programme review and revalidation. The revalidated postgraduate programmes will offer a broader range of elective modules, especially in the areas of doctrine and church history, and modules which are designed to integrate theological disciplines.

The PGCert is a short (60 credit) course, primarily aimed at theology graduates serving in ministry who are considering further study or are looking for an element of continuing professional development. It is designed as an oasis of theological refreshment that nurtures, stretches, and sharpens your skills for ministry.

PGCert students take two modules: a compulsory module on hermeneutics and epistemology, which is common to all our postgraduate programmes, and one elective, which can be a taught module or an independent research project. It combines an integrative, required module with the flexibility of an elective to strengthen your theological foundations and to create space to explore issues that interest you.    

There are two pathway options for PGCert students, either to take both modules in one year, or one module in each of two years.

Why Oak Hill?

2021/22 tuition fees

Tuition Fees per year:

£4,675 (Pathway A)
£2,338 (Pathway B)

Middlesex University Registration Fee:

£784 per year 

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

 
Neil Powell - Founding Pastor, City Church Birmingham, Executive Director for The London Project & former student
 

My theological training equipped me to be a life-long learner.”

Neil Powell

Founding Pastor, City Church Birmingham, Executive Director for The London Project & former student