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					          DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY WITH FRENCH (NON-HONOURS)
                                  (08V8R188)

            Students must also comply with the University General Regulations and the Supplementary
                                    Regulations for the Degrees in Divinity.


             The last intake of students to this programme was in September 2010.

       This programme was revalidated for Academic Year 2010/2011. Students admitted to the programme in 2010 will follow the
       revised curriculum for Programme Year 2 as outlined below. Information regarding the curriculum for Programme Year 3 will
                                            be available in subsequent years’ Calendars.


                             The courses listed below are all compulsory for this degree.


                                                 PROGRAMME YEAR 2 – 120 Credit Points
                                               (120 credit points from compulsory courses)
First Half-Session                                                     Second Half-Session
   Course                                                   Credit       Course                                                      Credit
                              Course Title                                                       Course Title
    Code                                                    Points        Code                                                       Points
                 (NT) The Mission and the Message of                                 (OT) History and Religion of Ancient
DR 2048                                                       15       DR 2547                                                          15
                 Paul: Apostle to the Gentiles                                       Israel
                 What does it Mean to be Human?
DR 2050                                                       15       DR 2549       (CH) The Pilgrim City                              15
                 Learning from the Margins
                 Plus one Additional DR/RS course             15       DR 2557       (ST) Major Christian Thinkers                      15
                                        EITHER: FOR FRENCH BEGINNERS OR NEAR BEGINNERS
                 Advanced       Introductory    French                               Advanced       Introductory   French
FR 2012                                                       15       FR 2512                                                          15
                 Language 1                                                          Language 1
                                OR:FOR STUDENTS WITH MORE ADVANCED FRENCH LANGUAGE SKILLS
FR 2002          Advanced French Language 1                   15       FR 2502       Advanced French Language 2                         15


      For Academic Year 2011/2012, students in Programme Year 3 will continue to follow the existing curriculum for their year/level,
        as outlined below. Information regarding the curriculum for future years will be available in subsequent years’ Calendars.


                                                 PROGRAMME YEAR 3 – 120 Credit Points
              (30 credit points from compulsory courses + 90 credit points from courses of choice agreed with Adviser)
First Half-Session                                                     Second Half-Session
   Course                                                    Credit       Course                                                     Credit
                             Course Title                                                           Course Title
    Code                                                    Points         Code                                                      Points
FR
                 Level 3 French Language 5                    30
3003
                              Plus 90 credit points from DR/RS courses of choice agreed with Adviser of Studies




                                                                    Notes
                               Level 2 courses in French must normally be taken in the second year of study.



               This information, whilst correct at the time of going to press, is subject to alteration without notice. Courses of
                choice may be restricted by degree regulations, timetabling and subject to approval of Advisers of Studies

				
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