The structure of learning consists of six, week-long conferences of teaching per academic year. Teaching will take place in Horsham at Kingdom Faith Church. Assessments include essay writing, presentations and a journal kept by each student. Students will need between 1-2 days per week for independent study, reading and to complete assessments.
Modules covered as part of this degree program include:
- Biblical studies
- Church history
- Elective modules
Each week students are required to attend a weekly cluster group either in-person or online. This is an opportunity to receive tutorials, connect with other students and have interaction with others in leadership and ministry.
Each student is required to complete at least 12 hours per week of ‘work based learning.’ This involves being part of a local Church or ministry and is aimed at developing students in ministry and mission through involvement in different aspects of the Church or organisation.
Students can either complete their work-based learning within their local church and join a weekly cluster group remotely, or they can become part of Kingdom Faith Church in West Sussex or Scarborough and complete their work-based learning in a congregation or ministry related to Kingdom Faith. Students who are not based in West Sussex or Scarborough will need to travel to Horsham six times a year for facilitation.
Upon completion students will receive a BA Honours degree in Theology, Mission and Ministry from Newman University, Birmingham. Kingdom Faith Church work in partnership with ForMission College who design and run the course centrally. For more information please visit: formission.org.uk
Facilitation conferences for the 2021-22 academic year:
- 28 September - 01 October
- 09-12 November
- 07-10 December
- 11-14 January
- 22-25 March
- 03-06 May