Study Abroad - Cambridge, England
WHERE: Ridley Hall is a permanent theological hall at Cambridge University in England, about an hour north of London.
WHAT: NCU students will take 15 credits of select Bible, Theology and Critical Thinking classes.
WHEN: Fall Semester each year.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE: This competitive program is open by application to Biblical and Theological Studies majors, and all other students that need the corresponding 15 credits of Bible and Theology classes, either to fulfill general education, scripture core or elective credits.
NCU students who take part in this program will live at Ridley Hall and participate in its community and worship life while attending a full schedule of classes through the Cambridge University Divinity Faculty. Founded in 1881, Ridley Hall is an Evangelical permanent theological hall at Cambridge University in England whose main purpose is to train undergraduate and graduate students for ministry within the Church of England.
2 NCU students will be piloting the program in the fall semesters of 2012 and 2013. After that as many as 6 NCU students will participate in future years. NCU students will take 15 credits of select Bible, Theology and Critical Thinking classes.
For fall 2012, NCU students at Ridley Hall are taking:
- Christian Ethics—CT213
- New Testament Exegesis—NT Elective
- Old Testament Exegesis—OT Elective
- Community of Worship and Prayer—THEO241
- Gospel and Western Culture—THEO Elective