1.5 Year Diplomas/Advanced Diplomas

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Adobe_PDF_file_icon_24x24  Diploma Of Ministry
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Adobe_PDF_file_icon_24x24  Combined Diploma of Theology/Diploma Of Ministry
Adobe_PDF_file_icon_24x24  Advanced Diploma Of Ministry
Adobe_PDF_file_icon_24x24  Advanced Diploma Of Theology

Note that spiritual, interpersonal and ministry formation are embedded in the Worldview program.  Topics not covered in accredited units are taught as part of an internal Worldview certificate.

There is only one unit which differs between the curriculum for the Diploma of Ministry, Diploma of Theology (pathway 1) and the Combined Diploma of Theology/Ministry, Advanced Diploma of Ministry, Advanced Diploma of Theology (pathway 2). Each of these courses introduces you to the sources and content of the Christian story and message, and provides training which emphasises application, articulation and practice of this story and message in the contemporary world. Pathway 1 awards will give you a greater breadth of learning compared to the same award in pathway 2. Pathway 2 will give you a greater depth of learning.

Pathway 1 (IETLS 6.0)

Diploma Of Theology and Diploma Of Ministry

The Diploma of Theology introduces you to the sources and content of the Christian story and message, and provides training which emphasises application and articulation of this story and message in the contemporary world.  Similarly the Diploma of Ministry introduces you to the Christian story, with an emphasis on application and practice of this story and message.

All units are taken at 200 level. Unless otherwise stated in the unit outline, for 200 level units in attendance mode each unit normally requires about 105 demand hours over the semester. This is comprised of 26 hours of contact over 7 weeks, 40 hours devoted to general non-assessable reading, and a further 40 hours devoted to assessment tasks such as essays, class presentations and reports.

Pathway 2 (IETLS 6.5)

Combined Diploma Of Theology/Ministry, Advanced Diploma Of Ministry, Advanced Diploma Of Theology

In the Combined Diploma of Theology/Ministry, Advanced Diploma of Ministry and Advance Diploma of Theology all units are taken at 300-400 level. Unless otherwise stated in the unit outline, for 300- 400 level units in attendance mode each unit normally requires about 160 demand hours over the semester. This is comprised of 39 hours of contact over 7 weeks, 60 hours devoted to general non-assessable reading, and a further 60 hours devoted to assessment tasks such as essays, class presentations and reports.