EM043-912 - Transformational Development
2,520 Standard Tuition Fee
48 cps Level 8
Prior to 2020, this unit content was delivered under the unit code EM710-6.
Learning outcomesOn successful completion of this unit, students will
A. Know and understand
B. Be able to
2. Integrate diverse scholarship and ministry experience in formulating principles to guide ministry in contexts of poverty and human need
C. Be in a position to
Applying research-based perspectives and skills from ‘Transformational Development’ for ministry practice and Christian living as a reflective practitioner
1. Summary and building of connections between units studied in the MA in Intercultural Studies and previous theological study.
2. Reflective practice
3. Community of practice
4. Communication principles for missionary and non-missionary audiences
5. Practice-based research principles
6. Professional development planning for missionaries
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