Highland Theological College
Highland Theological College (Gaelic: Colaiste Diadhaireachd na Gaidhealtach) exists to provide opportunities for men and women to study the Christian faith, on a full-time, part-time or open learning basis, from an evangelical and Reformed perspective, in the context of a worshipping community.
It is located in Dingwall, Scotland.
In 2006 it was approved by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland as a college for the training of Church of Scotland ministers. Theologically, it is within the evangelical and Reformed Christian tradition.
It is part of the University of the Highlands and Islands.
Courses available include pre-university, undergraduate and postgraduate (taught and research) courses - in particular:
- Access to Christian Theology
- BA (Hons) Theological Studies - http://www.htc.uhi.ac.uk/courses/ba-hons-theological-studies
- MTh Theological Studies - http://www.htc.uhi.ac.uk/courses/theological-studies-mth
- Postgraduate Research Degrees MPhil / PhD
- Leisure courses (ECDL, Computing for Beginners) and evening classes
Its web site is http://www.htc.uhi.ac.uk
The college offers at least some courses at a distance: http://www.htc.uhi.ac.uk/studying-at-htc/study-tools
Online learning for on-campus students
The college's library gives access to online resources to students: http://www.htc.uhi.ac.uk/about-us/college-facilities/our-library
Open Educational Resources (OER)
No evidence found of OERs.
The UHI VLE is Blackboard.
For more information see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Highland_Theological_College