London School of Theology

Programme Detail: Theology

Language of this entry English (UK, International)
Name of Programme / Training Resource Theology
Type of Training Programme with multiple subsidiary courses
Reference Number
Description Wide range of core and optional modules, including mission, leadership, ethics and biblical texts, plus a practical training programme. Theology graduates are equipped to serve in churches, business, schools, in the media, in Bible translation or elsewhere. Available as a one year certificate, two year diploma and three year degree course. Also available part-time.
Keywords theology, doctrine, mission, church history, Bible, evangelism, Islam
Languages Programme Available in English (UK, International)
Other Languages
Country and region where programme is available United Kingdom / London
Area of Ministry and Focus Bible Teaching and Training / Theology; Prayer, Worship and Spiritual Gifts / Prayer; Transforming Culture, Arts and the Media / Languages and Literature; Personal Life and Holiness / Fellowship and Interpersonal Skills; Mission and Evangelism / Evangelism and Apologetics; Transforming Society (Leadership, Education, Government) / Education
Residential/Non Residential Mixed
Full-time or Part-time Full-time
Level Degree
Cost Range US$100,000 or more
Actual Cost £9000
Bursaries/scholarships available Yes
Actual Length 9 months
Average hours of study per week 35
Methods of instruction Lectures and practical placement
Percentage of time spent in formal learning (e.g. lectures, structured reading, work-books, etc.)
Percentage of time spent on non-formal skill-based learning (e.g. learning on the job and supervised practice, etc.)
Percentage of time spent in informal unstructured learning (e.g. prayer times, teamwork).
Average number of students who take the programme per year (or, if this is a new programme, the number who can be accommodated) 0
Prerequisite Programmes
Other Prerequisites
Qualifications gained Certificate, Diploma, BA(Hons)
Qualifications this programme is part of
Programme Accredited by
Other Accrediting Bodies University of Middlesex