Postgraduate studies at St Augustine’s are designed to be flexible and accessible, so you can choose how best to study depending on your unique needs and interests.
As part of the Masters programme, you can achieve three different levels of academic qualification depending on your preference. These are:
- MA in Theology, Ministry and Mission (worth 180 credits)
- Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) in Theology, Ministry and Mission (worth 120 credits)
- Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert) in Theology, Ministry and Mission (worth 60 credits)
Many students opt to study for the full Master’s degree (MA in Theology, Ministry and Mission). If you’re looking for a spiritually indepth, academically rigorous challenge, this may be the pathway for you.
For others, focusing on achieving their Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert) or Diploma (PGDip) is the way to go. This pathway is ideal for those with limited study time, as you will take fewer modules and will not be required to complete a dissertation.
Students who opt for the specialism in Christian Spirituality will earn a Masters in Christian Spirituality.