Master of Arts

The Master of Arts in Theology, Ministry and Mission can take two or three years to complete when studied part time and is accredited by Durham University.

To qualify for entry to the MA you need:

> a first-class or upper-second degree in theology or a closely related discipline
or
> a Graduate Diploma in Theology
or
> a first-class or upper-second degree in a non-theological discipline plus a Certificate in Theology with an overall average of at least 60%

International students need to have an IELTS (International English Language Test Score) of 7 and the English language test must have been taken within the last two years.

The MA is assessed at Levels 6 and 7 and you’re required gain 180 credits: 120 through taught modules and 60 through a 15,000-word dissertation. Take a look at our sample module list for an idea of the topics with which you may engage.

Latest blog posts

Exploring Black History and Black Theology

Black history on and off campus October was Black History Month; something we were keen for everyone at Trinity to engage with. Students and faculty took the opportunity to share reading and resources around Black history, racism and the Church, to reflect on their experiences, and take part in a number of events. Students arranged […]

Job Vacancy: Communications Officer

Trinity College is looking for someone to join our staff as a Communications Officer. This is an opportunity to make a significant strategic impact as part of a passionate and supportive team in a thriving Christian community. Trinity College has a vision to ‘live like the kingdom is near’, currently with a particular emphasis on […]

MA course now available to dispersed learners

In recent years, the college has developed and grown a new cohort of context-based ordinands, whom we call ‘dispersed learners’. We are delighted that dispersed learners can now join our Master of Arts in Theology, Ministry and Mission programme. We really value our dispersed learners. They live out in their communities, serving their local churches and neighbourhoods while still […]

Meet the new Student President

Hello! I’m Anthea, a second year ordinand and this year I’m Trinity College’s Student President.  The Student Executive and President are elected each year by the student body. My role is to lead the Exec to ensure that we represent the whole student body well. I also act as a key contact with the faculty […]