Our short courses offer many ways to study
Why not explore learning with Nazarene Theological College, enhance your personal or ministerial formation, 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 NTC is yours. The following information will help you decide what to register for:
Audit/Credit Classes (One-off classes)
NTC welcomes students who simply want to take a course unit or two. ‘Audit students’ (not-for-credit) don’t have to go through the formality of application and interviews. 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 NTC credit (dependent on completing all the coursework), but without committing to a University of Manchester programme. Up to 6 NTC credit units earned can then be transferred into the first year of a University of Manchester undergraduate course*. Each class is two hours long and usually run for eleven weeks through the semester or a one-week ‘intensive’.
* Up to 6 NTC credit units at level 4 may be transferred into the first year of a University of Manchester degree within 5 years of being completed.
Week long Courses
The College has three short ‘intensive’ sessions: September, January, and May. 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 9:15am-3:30pm.
Undergraduate intensive units 2019 and 2020 (Manchester)
Special rates for UG units
For the joy of learning (Audit) £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)
£225 for individual units (£90 audit) run through Learning Centres
The next set of Undergraduate and Postgraduate intensives are:
January 13th-17th 2020
- Youth and Community Work Essentials (ST4150)
- Empowering People (in Youth and Community Work) PT5280
- Preaching (PT5203)
January 20th-24th, 2020
- Missional Reading of Luke/Acts (NT5004)
- Evangelism (PT4103)
May 11th-15th, 2020
- Church History (CH4120)
- Marriage and Family (PT5330)
May 18th-22nd, 2020
- Law (OT5201)
- Missional Leadership and Disciple-making Cultures (ST4141)
- Worship and Sacraments (PT6370)
MA intensive units 2020 (Manchester)
January 4th-11th, 2020
- Holiness in Biblical Perspective (BS7600)
- Holiness in the Christian Tradition (CHT7600)
- Urban Ministry & Mission (Glasgow) (PT7600)
- Christian Approaches to Humanitarian/Development Practices (ST7670)
May 30th-June 6th, 2020
- Contextualising Scripture (BS7610)
- Theology of John Wesley (CT7640)
- Compassionate Ministry (ST7640)
- Advanced Hebrew (OT7600)
- Leadership & Change (PT7631)
MA registration usually closes two to three months before the start of the unit. Please contact the Registrar if you would like further details.
More details to follow.
Polity and Practice unit and Ministerial Development Sessions
Ideal for Licenced and ordained ministers, lay ministers and leaders. A required ordination unit for Nazarene pastors and a great refresher for ordained ministers!*
During autumn 2019 we will be running our Polity and Practice unit (PT5250) for Nazarene Licensed Ministers and will be opening the individual sessions to anyone from any church tradition who would find these of interest or helpful to their leadership or personal development. You can register for the whole unit or individual sessions of interest to you!
One Day Courses
Conflict in the church – working for transformation
Date Saturday, November 23rd (10am-4pm).
Venue NTC Manchester, M20 2GU
Download the full Academic Calendars for Manchester and Glasgow