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Queen's University
 

Directed Studies Courses

THEO-555 (4) Research Methods

An investigation into the techniques of critical reading and writing for research in Theological Studies.

THEO-790 (4) Directed Reading Course

In consultation with a faculty supervisor a directed reading course provides an opportunity for students to explore in greater depth an area of study not addressed within the regular roster of course offerings. A list of reading material and the means for assessment of learning are to be outlined in a reading course form which is to be submitted for approval to the Academic Director/Chair of Theology. Not more than 1.5 credits (2 courses) may be taken in directed reading courses. Prerequisite/Co-requisite(s): Permission of the Academic Director/Chair of Theology.

THEO-791 (4) Directed Reading Course

A second reading course which may be used as above or in preparation of the thesis, research essay or project and report. Reading material and the means for assessment of learning are to be outlined in a reading course form which is to be submitted for approval to the Academic Director/Chair of Theology. Prerequisite/Co-requisite(s): Permission of the Academic Director/Chair of Theology.

THEO-795 (8) Research Essay
The writing of a Research Essay is an opportunity in the final year of a M.Div. or M.T.S. degree program. It allows the student to do extensive research on a topic within the biblical, historical, theological or practical area of study.  The Research Essay has the weight of 2 term courses (1.5 credits). It is normally 45-55 pages, typed, double-spaced, and follows the Format Guidelines (See Student Resources-Research Guidelines).

 

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