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M.A/M.Phil Missiology
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Programme Overview

The Master of Arts / Master of Philosophy (MA/ MPhil) in Missiology programme has the objective of providing students with the necessary tools to do analysis and interpretation of global Christianity. Graduates of the programme will be prepared to provide effective leadership in the praxis of mission in the 21st century by integrating social, cross-cultural, theological and development issues that impact Christian mission today.

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Key Facts

M.A 2 years (43 credits)
M.Phil 2 years (49 credits)


Core Courses

Mission History in the Caribbean Perspective
The Transformational Leader
Biblical Theology in Mission
Dynamics of Gospel and Culture
Nurture of Peace Makers
Evangelism and Church Growth
Missional Unity and the Ecumenical Agenda
Gender Issues: Missiological and Sociological Perspectives.


Elective Courses

Community Psychology
Caribbean Theologizing
Inter-Faith Studies
Mission and Development
Rural - Urban Mission
Independent Directed Study


Entry Requirements

An undergraduate degree in a related field. Students without the requisite background may be required to do qualifying courses.


Career Opportunities

Ministers
Church/Community Workers
Chaplains
Teacher
Public Administrator
Lecturer


Fees & Funding

US$220 per credit
US$660 per 3 credit cours