Students will conduct a detailed reading of the primary sources related to Ancient African Christianity.
Students will be able to communicate orally in an appropriate professional manner; to make presentations both as an individual and as part of a group; to write effectively at an advanced level.
Students will use electronic resources for ancient historians and classicists to find, manage and utilize information and data.
Students will critically assess the work of others and of their own, to engage effectively in debate at an advanced level, to plan, design and carry out a coherent research strategy, and to produce detailed and coherent reports and presentations.
Students will engage in personal and communal spiritual disciplines and practices for holistic (spiritual, cognitive, and vocational) growth.
The residential weeks for the MA studies and its administrative center are at St Michael and all Angels Anglican Church in Heliopolis. The MA study is ecumenical and open to students from any denomination.
» 1 October 2016. Deadline for paying the one-time Registration fee for new students only.
» 5 October 2016: deadline for paying tuition.
» 5-8 October 2016: Residential week with Dr Evan Howard on Monasticism in the Early Church