Catherine of Siena College
Online courses exploring gender, justice, religion, and theology
Welcome to Catherine of Siena College, where we offer a range of online courses relating to theology, gender and social justice. Our aim is to provide those working for change in their churches, communities and societies with educational insights and personal skills that will enable them to develop an informed collaborative approach to addressing complex social, theological and ethical issues. Those who successfully complete our courses receive a certificate in Continuing Professional Development from the University of Roehampton.
With its roots in the Roman Catholic tradition, Catherine of Siena College is fully ecumenical and works in close partnership with The Susanna Wesley Foundation (Methodist) and USPG (Anglican). We also encourage inter-religious dialogue, and several of our courses are designed with this aim in mind.
We offer two streams of courses– 6 week courses and 10 week courses which are taught exclusively online. We also run study days and other events at Roehampton Universitys beautiful campus in London. Our online courses allow you to work through materials at your own pace and at times convenient for you. Discussion boards and scheduled live discussion times provide important opportunities for conversation with other students and course tutors. We use a participatory educational model that recognises course tutors and students as co-learners who come from a wide range of backgrounds and cultures, so that all have something valuable to contribute to the learning process.
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Seeking to promote gender justice by offering online courses in gender studies, justice, religion, and theology.View
Studying with Us
We offer a range of online courses.View
Taught exclusively online, you can work through course material at your own pace and at times convenient for you.View
Research and Publications
CSC staff, tutors and students are involved with a variety of research projects.View
Staff and Associates
CSC staff have experience in diverse fields such as Catholic theology and gender, human rights and women's rights, the visual arts, immigration activism, spirituality and ecclesiology.View
News and Events
The latest CSC news and events, including staff information, book launches, seminars and subject-related updates.View
CSC partners with a range of faith-based groups, educational organisations, and other non-profits.View