Our short courses offer many ways to study
Why not explore learning with NTC or build on the units you’ve studied by taking an evening class or one of our other flexible study options?
There are numerous ways to study on a short-term basis. Whether it’s a single class that interests you, or a number of classes over a longer period, the chance to become part of the academic community here at The Nazarene is yours. The following information will help you decide what to register for:
Audit/Credit Classes (One-off classes)
Click HERE to register online for an individual evening or daytime class for the January and May intensives or the Spring 2017 semester or email email@example.com
The Nazarene welcomes students who simply want to take a course unit or two. ‘Audit students’ don’t have to go through the formality of application and interviews, but can simply register at the start of the semester. There are no examinations or coursework for audit classes so you can join in simply for the pleasure of learning!
Individual evening classes and day classes can also be taken for credit (dependent on completing all the course work), but without committing to a full college programme. Course units earned can then be transferred into a certificate, diploma, or full degree course. Each class is two hours long and usually run for eleven weeks through the semester.
Week 1 (May 2nd-5th 2017)
- Biblical Backgrounds
- Christian Holiness
- Studies in Romans (2nd-6th)
Week 2 (May 8th -12th 2017)
- Policy and Practice
Special rates for UG units
- Audit only £90 per 10 credit unit (no coursework, just participate in the class)
- ‘Taster’ Unit £225 (includes coursework and credit if this is your first 10 credit unit)
(Full price after first unit if completing for credit, £595 per 10 credit unit)
The College has two short ‘intensive’ sessions: one is in January, and one in May. There is also one in September for the Glasgow and Manchester-based Youth and Community students. This allows full- and part-time students to take a course unit within a one-week intensive period (for undergraduates) or one to two week period (for MA units); classes usually run from 9am-3:30pm. You can download the full Academic Calendar here.
April 8th 2017 Day Conference
Register HERE to attend the day conference Navigating an Image Driven Culture.
Four experts from the fields of politics, publishing, marketing and broadcasting will present their perspectives on how media is used in their professional contexts and help us to consider a range of issues relating to the use of images. Dr Joseph Wood will facilitate the discussions and stimulate thinking related to a Christian engagement with image, including such as, ‘How can the Christian doctrine of the image of God inform and strengthen Christian witness in this image-driven age?’