Religious Studies at The Sixth Form College Colchester
This is a wide-ranging course mainly involving the Philosophy of Religion, Ethics and Christianity. In Philosophy of Religion, students consider arguments which attempt to prove God exists and arguments which suggest there is no God. Withinthe Ethics section students consider a number of ethical theorie. The Christianity section looks at the beliefs and practices of this religion. The course develops skills which will enable student to think independently. It is suitable for students who profess any religion or one; but it is a requirement that students should be able. rationally and objectively, to analyse and evaluate religious ideas and concepts.
No previous study is required but students must enjoy reading, thinking and writing essays. Consequently a good level of ability in English Language skills is required, including Grade C (or 4) or above at GCSE English or English Language.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact The Sixth Form College Colchester directly.