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MAQ-HIS-GCE | Postgraduate
Use your imagination to form meaningful and original perspectives
Study the art, architecture, religion and literature of ancient civilisations to develop an understanding of cultural history. Specialise in Ancient Greece, Rome, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Israel, Early Christianity, Coptic Studies or Ancient Languages.
OUA-PSU-GCE | Postgraduate
If you've got an interest in it, we'll have a post graduate single subject for you to study
OUA offers single subjects of postgraduate study so you can up-skill in a specific area without committing to a full degree. Gain an edge in your career, move into a new profession or enhance your existing knowledge base.
ACU-THE-GCE | Postgraduate
Follow your theology calling
Explore the use of biblical or ecclesial languages in the Ancient Languages stream or the Biblical World stream. Interpret texts using insights drawn from historical, cultural, literary, philosophical and theological analyses
- Ancient Languages stream - Theological Studies
- Biblical World stream - Theological Studies
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MAQ-HIS-MAS | Postgraduate
Immerse yourself in ancient times
Understand who we are today by looking into the trials of history. Learn how to critically examine cultures of ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern worlds at a postgraduate level.
ACU-MRE-MAS | Postgraduate
Learn to nurture religious belief in others.
Develop a creative approach to religious education. Prepare to work with students at a school, parish or diocesan level. Become a leader in the school religious community. Learn to communicate Christian and other religious traditions effectively.
ACU-THE-MAS | Postgraduate
Help to engage the community with your faith.
Prepare for a career in the church or in the community, perhaps in teaching or social work. Develop analytical and communication skills. Explore faith in theory and practice. Specialise in areas such as Christian practice, liturgy and philosophy.