Students complete one of the following modules per semester:

Year one

Methodist History 1

The Early Years: the roots of Methodism, the eighteenth century revival, the life and theology of John Wesley, the origins of Methodism up to the Christmas conference

Methodist Theology 1

Methodist Doctrine: an examination of the distinctive features of Methodist doctrine as theological reflection embedded in praxis and directed towards personal, communal and social transformation

Year Two

Methodist History 2

European Methodism

The history of Methodism in Europe and its roots in Britain and the USA

Methodist Theology 2

Methodist Ethics: Methodism has always insisted that faith must be expressed in works and, as a consequence, has concretely addressed many ethical issues. This course examines the theological ethic which under-lies Methodism’s ethical responses, so that we, on this basis, can address contemporary issues.

Year Three

Methodist Ecclesiology 1

The nature, worship and mission of the church: this course examines the distinctive features of a Methodist understanding of the church and its mission

Methodist Ecclesiology 2

United Methodist church policy and discipline