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Undergraduate Study:

Awards.

Bachelor of Ministry

The Bachelor of Ministry is a practical, grassroots ministry degree aimed at equipping students for real life missional contexts. Students will gain a strong biblical and theological foundation while focusing on the practice of ministry. The course is tailored for God’s people who are seeking to develop ministry skills that work in both church and community.

The Bachelor of Ministry requires the completion of 24 units of study, with majors and sub-majors in Biblical Studies, Theology, Spirituality and Christian Life and Ministry. One third of the course may be selected from a broad range of elective units. This award can be completed in three years full- time or up to nine years part-time.

Students who enrol in the Bachelor of Ministry may exit early with a Diploma of Christian Studies (8 units at Bachelor level) or an Associate Degree of Christian Thought and Practice (16 units at Bachelor level).

Please refer to the admissions requirements in the Higher Education Handbook for entry details for this award.

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Bachelor of Theology

In the Bachelor of Theology you will develop a strong biblical and theological foundation and be equipped for long-term mission and ministry. The course is tailored for God’s people wherever they work, minister and live – in the church, workplace and community. Our desire is to equip you to be changed – so you can change your corner of the world.

The Bachelor of Theology requires the completion of 24 units of study, with majors and sub-majors in Biblical Studies, Theology and Christian Life and Ministry. 6 units of the course may be selected from a broad range of elective units. This award can be complete in three years full-time or up to nine years part-time.

Students who enrol in the Bachelor of Theology may exit early with a Diploma of Christian Studies (8 units at Bachelor level) or an Associate Degree of Christian Thought and Practice (16 units at Bachelor level).

Please refer to the admissions requirements in the Higher Education Handbook for entry details for this award.

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Bachelor of Theology Honours

The BTh (Hons) is a research award designed to give a beginning researcher a significant learning experience as a pathway to doctoral study.

The award requires 72 credit points, which must include:
. an 8500-series Research Methodology Unit (9 credit points)
. an 8500-series Honours Seminar Unit (9 credit points)
. a further two units (18 credit points in total) in the area of specialisation from the 9600-series units
. a thesis of 20,000 words for 36 credit points in the area of specialisation

Please refer to the admissions requirements in the Higher Education Handbook for entry details for this award.

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Diploma of Christian Studies

The Diploma of Christian Studies introduces you to some of the basics of bible, theology & ministry practice and is a great place to start putting the pieces together for your future mission and ministry.

The Diploma of Christian Studies consists of 8 units, all of which must be studied at Bachelor level.

The course can be completed in 1 year full-time, or up to 3 years part-time. Students who have completed the Diploma of Christian Studies may continue on to the Bachelor of Theology or the Bachelor of Ministry and will receive credit for having done one third of the award.

Please refer to the admissions requirements in the Higher Education Handbook for entry details for this award.

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