ForMission equips Christian leaders to transform their communities through accredited training, thought leadership and missional support. Our cutting-edge undergraduate programmes focus on missional and biblical theology, with practical application to prepare you for employment after graduating.
We welcome students who are passionate to develop their skills in missional leadership and ready to bring about change in this world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
UNDERGRADUATE OPTIONS & BA
Foundation Degree in Theology, Mission and Ministry
(2 years full-time, 4 years part-time)
The Foundation Degree is suitable for students who want to obtain a good grounding in theology, mission and ministry, but without the more academically challenging task of dissertation work that occurs in the third year of the BA.
BA (Hons) in Theology, Mission and Ministry
(3 years full-time, 6 years part-time)
There are two specialisms that students can choose from: Missional Leadership and Youth Work.
BA (Hons) in Theology, Mission and Ministry with Foundation Year*
(4 years full-time, 8 years part-time)
As with the BA (Hons) course listed above there are two specialisms that students can choose from: Missional Leadership and Youth Work. In addition, this course has an additional year of study to enable students to develop academic and other skills before commencing the BA (Hons) programme.
*subject to availability
COURSE - MA
The Church in the West is undergoing profound change as it adjusts to a new context for mission. Many leaders in churches and faith-based organisations have been trained in the skills they need to manage the internal life of a church or organisation. Missional leadership implies leading the church in external mission activity beyond the church community, in new and innovative ways for effective engagement with contemporary culture.
This programme aims to equip Christian leaders to develop effective approaches to missional practice and leadership in post-Christendom societies.
How the Course Works
The MA is designed to advance students’ knowledge and critical understanding of contemporary issues in mission, drawing on missiology, sociology, psychology, leadership studies, theology and biblical studies.
Taught module assessments and the dissertation offer students opportunities to develop their particular interests in these fields, and to acquire the skills of independent study and research in a discipline of their choice.
Who the Course is for?
The programme is aimed at a wide range of students who are in Christian ministry within churches, mission agencies or community projects.
The MA is a part-time programme delivered over three years, with three potential entry points each year – September, January, or June.