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Oxford Department for Continuing Education begins to offer Theology Qualifications

Wednesday 3rd December 2014

From the beginning of the 2014-15 academic year the Oxford University Department for Continuing Education is going to share the delivery of three theology qualifications with three Permanent Private Halls of the University of Oxford, (Wycliffe Hall, Regent’s Park College, and Blackfriars).

Bachelor of Theology (BTh)

Undergraduate Certificate in Theological Studies

Undergraduate Diploma in Theological Studies

These three courses together constitute a coherent programme of studies. Admission is either to the Bachelor of Theology (BTh) or to the Undergraduate Certificate in Theological Studies. Students who successfully complete the Certificate may be able to progress onto the BTh or to the Diploma. There is no direct admission to the Diploma. All three may be studied either Full-time or Part-time.

The Undergraduate Certificate in Theological Studies is designed to provide an introduction to Theology, Christian Ministry and Religious Studies. The Bachelor of Theology (BTh) provides an opportunity for in-depth study of these disciplines.

For more details, including how to apply, please contact the Academic Administrator, Lucy Traves, .

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