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BA Semester 1 starts

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The second part of the BA Theology Semester 1 continues with the intensive online delivery of NT Survey and Spiritual Theology 1 (running 20/11 - 19/01).  BA students remember the assessment deadline for all Semester 1 courses is 22 January 2018. A number of MAiTh and MATE courses continue to run.  Check the BA L4 timetable, your study plan and 'Your Courses'.  

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Explore a full range of degree opportunities for theological education online, including single modules in the subject of your choice (either auditing or for credit), a full BA (Hons) Theology with no residential requirements and two master level degrees, the MA in Integrative Theology (MAiTh) and the MA in Theological Education (MATE) (specifically for theological educators).

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If you're not interested in a full degree, sign up to the priority emailing list below to be the first to know as our lifelong learning courses are launched. In the meantime, explore the rich possibilities of auditing online courses for personal development

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Dedicated staff are waiting to hear from you and help you answer your questions about LSTOnline (for generic questions or issues related to admissions, please contact admissions@lst.ac.uk)

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Discover LSTOnline (FAQ)Guest access

Here you will find a general introduction to LST's virtual learning environment together with a video-tour.  You will also find a set of Frequently Asked Questions within a forum where you can also post your own questions. 

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Discover LSTOnline degreesGuest access requires password

Gain further insight on the nature and content of the online delivery of a range of  LST degrees, including the HE Certificate, HE Diploma, BA Theology at undergraduate level and the MA in Integrative Theology and the MA in Theological Education at postgraduate level. 

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Discover Single Courses

If you cannot commit to a full degree but would like to engage in lifelong learning for personal development you can study one or more single modules online, either for credit or as an auditing student.  Discover more here.

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Understanding LSTOnlineSelf enrolment

This is the starting point for all students engaging with LSTOnline, regardless of the programme of study they are involved with. This mini-course not only gives you a taste of the style and format of LST's online study but it also provides you with a fundamental set of information and skills that you will need to make the best of your online study. 

This mini-course features about 12 hours of learning spread over 5 different units, that deal with a general induction overview, with how online study works, with the learning tools you will use, with assignment submission and attendance and concluding with a test.

No credits

Running 25 September - 6 October 2017

Self-enrol for this course with the enrolment key you have been given.  If you have not received this key, please write to lstonline@lst.ac.uk

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Programme-Specific InductionSelf enrolment

In addition to the general induction in the previous induction section, there are programme specific features, methodologies and regulations that you need to be familiar with. Please find the programme you have registered for in this section and read your programme-specific induction carefully.

No credits

Running 25 September - 6 October 2017

Self-enrol for this course with the enrolment key you have been given.  If you have not received this key, please write to lstonline@lst.ac.uk

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Study Skills (online)Self enrolment

This short course deals with the skills required to successfully engage with academic study at the in the UK higher educational context, including issues such as reading skills, writing skills, being scholarly and critique. It is specifically aimed at online students, but much material might also be useful to onsite students. Specific guidelines are also provided related to plagiarism, writing essays and format/style issues. You should plan to spend about 5 hours in this course.

No credits

Running 25 September - 6 October 2017

Self-enrol for this course with the enrolment key you have been given.  If you have not received this key, please write to lstonline@lst.ac.uk


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Library InductionSelf enrolment

This is an induction course to using the LST Library.  The course covers both physical  and online holdings.

No credits

Running 25 September - 6 October 2017
Self-enrol for this course with the enrolment key you have been given.  If you have not received this key, please write to lstonline@lst.ac.uk

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HelpSelf enrolment

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Continually running 

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New Testament Survey (TH4001) - Cohort A

The aim of this module is to begin the process of transforming the students’ view of the Bible by demonstrating the importance of genre and historical context and, thus, the foundations of a more critically aware methodology. This foundation will serve as a basis for further modules in which these hermeneutical, exegetical, theological and applied foundations will be built upon

This is a Level 4 Theology Common Core module, shared with the BA in Theology, Music and WorshipBA in Theology and Worship and the BA in Theology and Counselling programmes.

This is the site for Cohort A (large cohorts are divided).

10 credits

Running 20 November 2017 - 22 January 2018 (assessment deadline 22 January 2018)
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New Testament Survey (TH4001) - Cohort B

The aim of this module is to begin the process of transforming the students’ view of the Bible by demonstrating the importance of genre and historical context and, thus, the foundations of a more critically aware methodology. This foundation will serve as a basis for further modules in which these hermeneutical, exegetical, theological and applied foundations will be built upon

This is a Level 4 Theology Common Core module, shared with the BA in Theology, Music and WorshipBA in Theology and Worship and the BA in Theology and Counselling programmes.

This is the site for Cohort B (large cohorts are divided).

10 credits

Running 20 November 2017 - 22 January 2018 (assessment deadline 22 January 2018)
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