Today, Christians all over the world recognise the need to alleviate the effects of injustice as part of the mission of God, while taking a stand against oppressive systems and working towards a future more in-tune with God's heart.
If your work involves supporting those suffering injustice in it's many forms; whether they are refugees, or suffering trafficking, poverty, oppression or discrimination - then studying Justice, Advocacy and Reconciliation will help you develop your work and be more effective. You will learn alongside people getting to grips with their context, and have space to focus on yours, too.
Justice, Advocacy and Reconciliation is a study stream of the MA in Contemporary Missiology; so completing this programme will give you an MA in Contemporary Missiology (Justice, Advocacy and Reconciliation).
The MA in Contemporary Missiology (Justice, Advocacy and Reconciliation) is validated by the University of Gloucestershire.
The MA in Contemporary Missiology gives you a firm understanding of mission approaches and issues.
Research Methods and Approaches for Missiological Study (CM1)
explore approaches to the concept of missio Dei (God’s mission in the world) and holistic mission, and give a thorough orientation on skills for postgraduate missiological research and study.
Global Missiological Issues in Intercultural Contexts (CM2)
focus on a number of crucial issues that demand attention as we participate in God’s mission in the contemporary world.
Advocacy, Reconciliation and Peace-building in Intercultural Contexts (CM6)
develop a clear biblical, theological and missiological understanding of principles and practices associated with advocacy, reconciliation and peace-building as integral to Christian mission, through a research-based understanding of the key justice concepts.
Just Mission: Justice Issues in Intercultural Contexts (CM7)
gain a deep understanding of the conceptual frameworks of justice, with an emphasis on Christianity's justice hermeneutic; while evaluating the emerging justice movement in relation to socio-political, economic and environmental factors.
the culmination of your learning experience; frame and negotiate a research question (usually related to your field of experience and/or current work) and relating your topic to the themes of justice, advocacy and reconciliation, present your findings with reference to current academic research, and their practical implications for mission today.
Download the full course outline for the MA in Contemporary Missiology (Justice, Advocacy and Reconciliation) here.
You can begin the MA in the Spring, Summer or Autumn, and students typically take two to four years to complete the programme, allowing them to study as they serve.
The compulsory modules are available to study in Weekend Mode (completing each module over two long weekends in Spring or Autumn) or Summer School Mode (studying both modules at our three week study intensive in July).
The elective modules associated with the specialism in Justice, Advocacy and Reconciliation are only available in Summer School Mode.
Option 1: Begin your MA in Mixed Mode this October
Apply for the programme by 1 September 2017.
Study CM1 over two long weekends, 13-16 October and 8-11 December 2017.
Study CM6 at our Summer School the following year 23-27 July 2018.
Study CM2 over two long weekends in October and November 2018.
Study CM7 at our Summer School in July 2019.
Years 3 to 4
Complete your research dissertation and graduate with an MA in Contemporary Missiology (Justice, Advocacy and Reconciliation).
Option 2: Begin your MA in Summer School Mode in July
Apply for the programme by 28 May 2018.
Study CM1 and CM6 at our Summer School (7 - 27 July 2018)
Study CM2 and CM7 at our Summer School in July 2019.
Tuition fees for the MA in Contemporary Missiology are £5,500 for students beginning their course in 2017, and £5,750 for students beginning their course in 2018.
There is also an Academic Administration Fee charged each year you are registered on the course, and costs associated with the Mode of Delivery you choose to cover the time that you are at the College.
We are currently offering a limited number of Scholarships for those starting their course in 2017.
For more information about fees, accommodation options and payment schedules, please see our fees page.
Download the fee sheets for 2017 and 2018, here.
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