An introduction to the Old Testament, including its ancient Near Eastern context, its literary nature, its major themes, its importance for understanding the New Testament, and its relevance for today.
An introduction to theology that answers the question: What do Christians believe and why? The course examines the sources of theological authority; theological method based on those sources; the content of Christian belief; and how theology relates to individual, communal and global life.
A survey of major developments in the history of Christianity from the early church through to the 21st Century.
This course aims to help students’ spiritual formation, through engagement with Scripture and a variety of Christian spiritual traditions, reflection on their own and others’ foundational experiences, and the development of spiritual practices for life and vocation.

This level 6 Internship course explores interpersonal dynamics in leadership. Leadership theory meets practice through the experience of ministry, mentoring, specific models of reflective practice, an examination of the students own leadership style and integrative tutorials with a specific focus on communication, group dynamics and leadership styles.
This course introduces students to key aspects of effective and sustainable ministry with children, their caregivers, and wider family units. Through engagement with theory and practical examples students will be introduced to different approaches to ministry with children and families, as well as to biblical and theological foundations for such ministry.