This capstone unit provides a range of options for students to integrate their knowledge and skills gained in the studies of the award through practical application in a supervised placement, practicum or project (projects may include a field based study tour, in-service presentation for work colleagues, community or parish project etc). The student will set specific learning outcomes for their supervised placement, practicum or project in consultation with their supervisor. The supervision will focus on identifying how the student’s theological studies give insights into their practical experience and how their praxis affects their theological reflection.
Unit Code: XP9900C
Unit Level: Postgraduate Capstone
Unit Discipline: Capstone Other P
Delivery Mode: Face to Face
Proposing College: Catholic Theological CollegeShow when this Unit is running
Engage effectively in a practical situation such as a supervised placement/ practicum/project in such a way that is informed by the principles, theory and insights from their study in the course
Critically reflect upon their capstone experience (supervised placement/practicum /project), articulating the insights gained in it from applying their study in areas such as Systematic Theology, Biblical Studies, Philosophy, Pastoral Studies and Moral Theology as appropriate
Identify key learnings from the capstone experience and thereby develop a framework for their ongoing learning and reflection in their current/potential workplace/ministry
Approved Foundational units and at least fifty percent of the Electives for the award.
Supervised placement/practicum, and Personal supervision sessions
3000-word report which will provide the foundation of the oral presentation and discussion.
15-minute oral presentation to a cross field/discipline panel followed by not more than 30 minutes of questions and discussion
Unit approved for the University of Divinity by John Capper on 19 Oct, 2017
Unit Record last updated: 2019-07-04 10:39:34 +1000