The major part of the programme, Theology, is formed from four modules or 80 credits taken by the students. Theology enables the study of the major questions of life – Where do we come from? Why are we here? Where are we going? Why do bad things happen? – which are considered from the perspective of the Judeo-Christian traditions. This degree scheme is designed for students who wish to explore the sacred writings of Judaism and Christianity, as well as the teaching, practices and social impact of Christianity. You will have the opportunity to study these religious traditions from historical and contemporary perspectives, building on staff specialism in biblical studies, church history, systematic theology, and religion in the modern world. The minor part of the programme introduces students to ideas and issues surrounding the field of Heritage Management and amounts to 40 credits or two modules per year. This part of the programme is specifically designed to enhance a student’s knowledge of Heritage in its broadest sense and to provide an appropriate set of skills and understandings applicable to a broad range of employments in the Heritage sector or cultural industries more generally. Running through all the modules is clear emphasis on enhancing the employability potential of our students, notably through a compulsory work placement, and for those that wish, the opportunity to do a practice based, work related Dissertation. Students also acquire an understanding of heritage marketing and various data management and analysis methods.