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Undergraduate Degrees

Undergraduate Degree Courses
These degree courses are availiable for study through the ACT:

Associate Degree of Theology
Bachelor of Christian Studies
Bachelor of Ministry
Bachelor of Theology
Bachelor of Ministry (Honours)
Bachelor of Theology (Honours)

Associate Degree of Theology (AssocDegTh)
The Associate Degree of Theology requires 64 credit points for graduation. The course duration is two years full time, or up to six years part time. The Associate Degree of Theology requires students satisfactorily to complete a course of study majoring in the foundational units in biblical studies, church history, and theology.  These foundational studies inform the theoretical undergirding of further specialised study, which is normally undertaken in the third year of a three-year bachelor’s degree in theology or ministry as an integral part of the normal academic preparation for those seeking to enter full-time Christian ministry.  The Associate Degree in Theology will ground students in foundational theological disciplines and provide an opportunity for advanced level study of more specific unit areas within chosen fields of study in the form of a specialisation (or a “major”).

Open as a first degree to persons who have achieved a Universities Admission Index (UAI) score of at least 75.00 or its overseas equivalent.

Consideration will also be given to other factors such as practical experience, maturity and motivation, and the likelihood of satisfactory completion of the academic requirements of the course.
Read more: Undergraduate Handbook Associate Degree of Theology (PDF)

Available at:

New South Wales: Queensland: South Australia: Victoria: Western Australia:

Christ College

Morling College   °

Sydney Missionary & Bible College

 

Brisbane School of Theology

Malyon College  °

Queensland Theological College

Bible College SA

Melbourne School of Theology  °

Presbyterian Theological College

Reformed Theological College

Ridley Melbourne  °

Trinity Theological College

Vose Seminary

Bachelor of Christian Studies (BChrStuds)
The Bachelor of Christian Studies requires 96 credit points for graduation. The course duration is three years full time, two of which are studied with the Australian College of Theology, and one year studied with a university degree in a non-theological field. The maximum candidature is nine years part time.

The aim of the degree is to provide tertiary students with a coherent program of general theological study to enable them to apply a Christian perspective and commitment to their life in the world including their professional and vocational life.

Open as a first degree to persons who have achieved a Universities Admission Index (UAI) score of at least 75.00 or its overseas equivalent.

Consideration will be given to other factors such as practical experience, maturity and motivation, and the likelihood of satisfactory completion of the academic requirements of the course.
Read more: Undergraduate Handbook Bachelor of Christian Studies (PDF)

Available at:

New South Wales: Queensland: South Australia: Victoria: Western Australia:

Christ College

Morling College   °

Sydney Missionary & Bible College

Brisbane School of Theology

Malyon College  °

Queensland Theological College

Bible College SA

Trinity Theological College

Vose Seminary


° Distance education may be available at these colleges.


Bachelor of Ministry (BMin)
The Bachelor of Ministry requires 96 credit points for graduation. The course duration is three years full time, or up to nine years part time. The aim of the degree is to guide students in a systematic manner to the acquisition of the body of coherent knowledge that is the classical discipline of theology as a means of preparing men and women for the responsibility of communicating Christian knowledge as leaders in the church, and if students so choose, to the acquisition of skills appropriate to ministry in one or more areas of pastoral practice.

Open as a first degree to persons who have achieved a Universities Admission Index (UAI) score of at least 75.00 or its overseas equivalent.

Consideration will be given to other factors such as practical experience, maturity and motivation, and the likelihood of satisfactory completion of the academic requirements of the course.
Read more: Undergraduate Handbook Bachelor of Ministry (PDF)

Available at:

New South Wales: Queensland: South Australia: Victoria: Western Australia:

Christ College

Morling College   °

Sydney Missionary & Bible College

 

Brisbane School of Theology

Malyon College  °

Queensland Theological College

Bible College SA

Trinity Theological College

Vose Seminary

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Bachelor of Theology (BTh)
The Bachelor of Theology requires 96 credit points for graduation. The course duration is three years full time, or up to nine years part time. The aim of the degree is to guide students in a systematic manner to the acquisition of the body of coherent knowledge that is the classical discipline of theology as a means of preparing men and women for the responsibility of communicating Christian knowledge as leaders in the church, and if students so choose, to the acquisition of skills appropriate to ministry in one or more areas of pastoral practice.

Open as a first degree to persons who have achieved a Universities Admission Index (UAI) score of at least 75.00 or its overseas equivalent.

Consideration will be given to other factors such as practical experience, maturity and motivation, and the likelihood of satisfactory completion of the academic requirements of the course.
Read more: Undergraduate Handbook Bachelor of Theology (PDF)


Available at:

New South Wales: Queensland: South Australia: Victoria: Western Australia:

Christ College

Morling College   °

Sydney Missionary & Bible College

 

Brisbane School of Theology

Malyon College  °

Queensland Theological College

Bible College SA

Melbourne School of Theology °

Presbyterian Theological College

Reformed Theological College

Ridley Melbourne  °

Trinity Theological College

Vose Seminary

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Combined Bachelor of Theology / Bachelor of Ministry (BTh / BMin)
The combined Bachelor of Theology / Bachelor of Ministry requires 128 credit points for graduation. The course duration is four years full time, or up to twelve years part time. The aim of the degree is to guide students in a systematic manner to the acquisition of the body of coherent knowledge that is the classical discipline of theology as a means of preparing men and women for the responsibility of communicating Christian knowledge as leaders in the church, and if students so choose, to the acquisition of skills appropriate to ministry in one or more areas of pastoral practice.

Open as a first degree to persons who have achieved a Universities Admission Index (UAI) score of at least 75.00 or its overseas equivalent.

Consideration will be given to other factors such as practical experience, maturity and motivation, and the likelihood of satisfactory completion of the academic requirements of the course.
Read more: Undergraduate Handbook Bachelor of Theology / Bachelor of Ministry (PDF)


Available at:

New South Wales: Queensland: South Australia: Victoria: Western Australia:

Christ College

Morling College   °

Sydney Missionary & Bible College

 

Brisbane School of Theology

Malyon College  °

Queensland Theological College

Bible College SA

Melbourne School of Theology °

Presbyterian Theological College

Reformed Theological College

Ridley Melbourne  °

Trinity Theological College

Vose Seminary

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Bachelor of Ministry (Honours)
The Bachelor of Ministry Honours program requires 32 credit points for graduation. The course duration is one year full time, or up to two years part time. The Bachelors of Ministry (Honours) program is designed for students who have graduated with a three-year undergraduate degree in theology or ministry from the ACT (BTh, BMin) and who have demonstrated high academic potential as a means of preparing men and women for advanced research in theology and ministry.

Open as a degree to persons who hold the Bachelor of Theology or Bachelor of Ministry with a GPA of at least 2.0, with 2.8 in the designated field of study to be pursued in the Honours program.

Read more: Undergraduate Handbook Bachelor of Ministry (Honours) (PDF).


Available at:

New South Wales: Queensland: South Australia: Victoria: Western Australia:

Christ College

Morling College   °

Sydney Missionary & Bible College

 

Brisbane School of Theology

Malyon College  °

Queensland Theological College

Bible College SA

Melbourne School of Theology  °

Presbyterian Theological College

Reformed Theological College

Ridley Melbourne  °

Trinity Theological College

Vose Seminary

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Bachelor of Theology (Honours)
The Bachelor of Theology (Honours) program requires 32 credit points for graduation. The course duration is one year full time, or up to two years part time. The Bachelors of Theology (Honours) program is designed for students who have graduated with a three-year undergraduate degree in theology or ministry from the ACT (BTh, BMin) and who have demonstrated high academic potential as a means of preparing men and women for advanced research in theology and ministry.

Open as a degree to persons who hold the Bachelor of Theology or Bachelor of Ministry with a GPA of at least 2.0, with 2.8 in the designated field of study to be pursued in the Honours program.

All students wishing to enrol in the BTh (Honours) program must have successfully completed at least 8 cps in either Biblical Hebrew (LA003A & LA003B) or New Testament Greek (LA004A & LA004B) and at least 8 cps of biblical language exegesis in their initial theology degree.
Read more: Undergraduate Handbook Bachelor of Theology (Honours) (PDF)


Available at:

New South Wales: Queensland: South Australia: Victoria: Western Australia:

Christ College

Morling College   °

Sydney Missionary & Bible College

 

Brisbane School of Theology

Malyon College  °

Queensland Theological College

Bible College SA

Melbourne School of Theology  °

Presbyterian Theological College

Reformed Theological College

Ridley Melbourne  °

Trinity Theological College

Vose Seminary

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