The Master of Research (MRes) in Theology provides an opportunity to produce under supervision a substantial piece of independent research. Registration is on a full or part–time basis.
The programme comprises the following four elements:
- A Research Skills module (20 CATS)
- Subject–specific Research Methods defined by the supervisors and written up in a research preparation portfolio (2 × 20 CATS modules)
- An optional course drawn from the portfolio of modules available from within the Faculty (20 CATS)
- An extended dissertation (25,000 words) or a portfolio of similar scope and depth (100 CATS).
While specialised study in Disability Theology is available within the area of Practical and Pastoral Theology in this programme, it is interdisciplinary in nature – often drawing on history, biblical texts, ecclesiology, sociology, human rights, ethics and health care.
For further details on the programme link to:
For informal discussion of possibilities and supervision contact either:
Dr Jill Harshaw – firstname.lastname@example.org – or Dr Ian Dickson – email@example.com