Practical Theology The PhD program in practical theology offers three tracks, which are designed to prepare students to teach at a seminary, college, or university. However a majority of graduates go on to serve in many different capacities and institutional settings, including the parish.
The PhD in Practical Theology: Homiletics Concentration Homiletics at BUSTH is a contextual, theological discipline. Homiletics is a practical-theological study of preaching in that it is self-consciously contextual and interdisciplinary in nature.
A PhD concentration in Religious Practices and Practical Theology with opportunities to specialize in religious education, pastoral care, homiletics, liturgics, and congregational leadership.
A Ph.D. in Homiletics and Liturgics normally concentrated in the study of homiletics, within the interdisciplinary study of liturgical, ritual, and other religious practices, and within public, cultural, and ecclesial contexts, in service to excellence in teaching for ministry and religious vocation.
Doctor of Philosophy in Practical Theology Complete your doctoral degree in Practical Theology The Practical Theology concentration encompasses the broad areas of Chaplaincy, Preaching, Pastoral Theology, and Moral Theology. In this concentration, you may choose to focus your research in any of the major areas of practical theology.
An online practical theology PhD generally takes about five years to complete depending on a student's individual progress and enrollment status. Most programs require students to complete over 54 credits of doctoral-level coursework, seminars, or directed readings.
Practical theology works in an interdisciplinary way and refers to approaches of cultural sciences and aesthetics, humanities like psychology and pedagogy, and sociology or media sciences. The courses offered by Practical Theology in Basel correspond to four modules: Theory of lived religion (PT 1), religious pedagogy (PT 2), religious psychology (PT 3) and homiletics and liturgy (PT 4).
Are you looking to use your professional, voluntary or ministerial practice as the foundation for your research? Our Practical Theology Doctorate (DPT) provides an ideal opportunity for practitioners in a wide variety of settings to work with peers from similar and different contexts to gain a practice-based and relevant research degree.
Founded in 1812, Princeton Theological Seminary prepares women and men to serve as faithful Christian leaders in the church, the academy, and the world. Campus operating under partial closure. Summer instruction is virtual.
Professional Doctorate (PrD) in Practical Theology Participant and Staff Research Interests 2011-2012. interests are feminist and Practical Theology, and a specific current research. I have published in the areas of biblical studies and homiletics, particularly from feminist perspectives. I have also published sermons, liturgies and prayers.
Formation in Homiletics and the Mission (chair of Practical Theology) Formation identity and personhood (special chair of Pedagogy) This programme is open to those graduates who have gained a research Master’s degree in Theology (or a related subject) that is accredited in the internationally acknowledged sense of the word.
Practical Theology Within the interreligious, multi-racial, and multicultural context of the GTU, students are prepared to develop competency in multifaceted practical theologies. In contrast to Applied Theology, practical theology is understood as a method of reflection that seeks to connect beliefs with life, faith with practice, and theory with praxis.
Throughout the course, you will develop your knowledge and understanding of practical theology, alongside formal academic and practical skills. Stage 1A: This introductory stage of the course offers a variety of taught modules on topics in contemporary ministry and religious studies taken from our Masters’ programmes in Christian Ministry and Theology and Religious Studies, respectively.
Students in the Homiletics concentration work to become scholar-teachers who are conversant with the body of literature associated with the history, theology, theories, and practices of preaching. They engage in dialogue with other disciplines (e.g., theological, biblical, cultural, rhetorical and performative studies) in order to interpret and construct theories of.
The research interests of academic staff and graduate students in Ethics and Practical Theology encompass a range of theoretical and practical approaches to ethics, religion and theology, including environmental ethics, peace-building and reconciliation, ethical theory, and pastoral and practical theology.This Practical Theology Doctorate from University of Birmingham is a practice-based doctoral level degree. It provides a unique opportunity for practitioners in a wide variety of settings to work with peers from similar and different professional and voluntary contexts to gain a practice-based and relevant research degree by staged part-time work.Practical Theology is the largest Department in the Faculty of Theology and Religion and has the most postgraduate students. Master's and doctoral studies can be undertaken in fields such as pastoral counselling (narrative, family, trauma, gender), pastoral psychology, homiletics (preaching), liturgical and ritual studies, youth ministry and faith formation, church and society, including.