Research

PTC provides access to resources online, including the EBSCO database. Select 'Research resources'.

'Introduction to Research Methods' (RM095-4d & 6d) is a required unit for various courses at PTC. It is delivered entirely online. Enrolment is by application to the Registrar. You will then be advised of your username and password to access this site, and of which stream of Research Methods is more appropriate for you.

Research resources provides study resources for all units at PTC. PTC students registered with this site have automatic access to these resources. Included here is access to EBSCO journals and ebooks.

Introduction to Research Methods (RM095-4d & 6d) is a required unit for various courses at PTC. It is delivered entirely online.

The subject seeks to introduce students to the basic attitudes and skills needed to produce quality research papers in theology. The subject covers the philosophy of research, preparation of a research proposal, use of resources, analysis and interpretation of results, thesis production. 

Consult the PTC handbook or speak to the PTC postgraduate dean for further information.

Enrolment is by application to the Registrar. You will then be advised of your username and password to access this site, and of which stream of Research Methods is more appropriate for you.

Tutor: Felix Chung

Introduction to Research Methods (RM095-4d & 6d) is a required unit for various courses at PTC. It is delivered entirely online.

The subject seeks to introduce students to the basic attitudes and skills needed to produce quality research papers in theology. The subject covers the philosophy of research, preparation of a research proposal, use of resources, analysis and interpretation of results, thesis production. 

Consult the PTC handbook or speak to the PTC postgraduate dean for further information.

Enrolment is by application to the Registrar. You will then be advised of your username and password to access this site, and of which stream of Research Methods is more appropriate for you.

Tutor: Felix Chung