Key areas of study
- Research skills and reading seminar (compulsory)
- Christian ministry in contemporary context
- Biblical studies in a contemporary ministerial context
- Theological ideas and debates in a contemporary ministerial context
- Church mission
- Dissertation (15,000 words – MA only).
Historically, the University originated in an amalgamation of individual church colleges. Hence University values are informed by the values of the Christian tradition. In addition, our networks with other local universities and places of learning give Roehampton students access to a range of extra-curricular seminars and other educational events relevant to the study of Christian ministry. The University’s proximity to the centre of London with its rich religious history, its diverse religious communities, and its many museums, art galleries, libraries and places of worship, makes it an ideal venue for those who are interested in exploring the histories, interactions and influences of religious communities in contemporary culture as part of their studies.