6 Formission College  York St

BA (hons) Theology and Mission 

Programme Aims
Our undergraduate study programme is focused on missional and biblical theology, with practical application for your chosen placement or training context.

How The Course Works
The course combines theological and biblical study with a mission emphasis and practical work experience. You will gain an understanding of missional theology and explore the foundations of Christian belief, practice and missional ministry within your chosen placement or training context.

The Course Structure
Course content is built around four streams – Biblical Studies, Theology, Mission, and a choice of various electives.

What Will I Study And How?
You will study the core areas of Biblical Studies (Old and New Testament), History of Mission, Theology, Ethics, and a range of subjects depending on your chosen electives. Throughout the degree you will undertake study at your local campus, whilst engaging in a range of placement activities, designed to develop your skills in mission and ministry. As well as the traditional essay there is a range of assessment on the course, including presentations, sermons, research projects and placement tasks

Course Resources
You will receive course notes for every module, lecture, workshop and coaching based at one of our Regional Campuses. This will give you a relevant experience invaluable for your first job after graduating. All resources will be made available to you online through our Virtual Learning Environment.

Options for Study
There are several options for study, see below, with either a September or January start date. Our courses can be studied full-time, part-time, or intensively, and are available at any of our regional campuses in London, West (Bath), Midlands (Birmingham), North West (Liverpool) and North (Leeds).
The intensive programme is for those who are interested in the youth ministry elective and wish to condense their training into a shorter time frame whilst serving at their placement ministry.

A Typical Week
The course is split into roughly three aspects; class time (lectures, clusters and tutorials), placement and private study. What your week looks like will depend on whether you are studying full-time, part-time or intensively:
Full-time: typically class time is 1-2 days, placement for 13 hours a week and 1-2 days for private study.
Part-time: class time is 0.5-1 day, placement for 6.5 hours, 0.5-1 days private study.
Intensive: modules are taught during intensive study weeks at certain times during the year, placement for 13 hours a week (full-time), additional time for private study, regular contact with a local tutor. 

Our undergraduate and postgraduate courses are validated by York St John University, and as a provider of Higher Education we are also monitored on a regular basis by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education, to make sure we are working to the right standards.  

You will find further information and anything about our MA programmes and unaccredited training on www.formission.org.uk


REAL Women
7:00pm Friday 24 November
Boston Tea Party, 8 Alfred St, Bath
The Worship Room
7:00pm Tuesday 5 December
The Forum
Kickstart Lunch
12:30pm Sunday 10 December
The ballroom
Emmanuel - A Celebration of...
6:00pm Sunday 17 December
The Forum, Bath
Bethel Sozo Training Day
3:00pm Saturday 13 January
E5, Jamaica Street, Bristol
Kickstart Course
7:15pm Monday 22 January
The Forum Coffee House
Our VISION is to build a radical relevant church that empowers people to express God’s heart, fulfil their dreams and change the world.

Our MISSION is to create a culture where people from every nation and generation can have a genuine encounter with the living God.
Our mandate is to see people established in the truth, equipped to fulfil their dreams and empowered to change the world around them.
We want everyone to live in the fullness of everything Jesus paid for on the cross, to express the likeness of heaven here on earth and leave a legacy for the generations to come.