This course provides opportunities for third year students to develop a project that integrates their work with their learning in the theology degree program. This course will function as a capstone to the degree and will develop advanced levels of theological understanding and research skills through a customised learning experience which may include guided, intensive scholarly reading in particular fields or disciplines and/or pursuit of particular vocational interests or career avenues in real-world settings (ie. regular or intensive, interactive and practical experience). Students may engage the following broad areas of study: sacred texts, development of belief systems, interfaith theology, religious ritual and liturgical practices, religious law, and religious history. However, they will do so in relation to their vocational experience as the context for their study and reflection.
Not currently offered.
This Course was last offered in Semester 1 - 2015.
On successful completion of the course students will be able to:
1. Demonstrate advanced understanding of a specialised topic in the study of theology;
2. Apply research methodologies in the study of religion and theology;
3. Critically evaluate their own learning and educational growth;
4. Reflect upon and synthesise theological insights across a range of secular and/or religious workplace settings;
5. Demonstrate advanced writing, research and information technology skills appropriate to studies in religion and theology.
This course allows students to reflect on their vocation and practical experience and develop advanced levels of theological learning through a customised capstone project.
20 units of RELT courses at 1000 level.
Written Assignment: Supervisor Directed Research Essays, Reflective Tasks