The Master of Divinity is a 3 year full time degree (based on a trimester system) or part time equivalent award.
The Master of Divinity course caters for graduates of a non-theological course who wish to equip themselves at a post graduate level for professional or vocational roles within a church or para-church context.
Students will be equipped to effectively fulfil their roles within the changing ecclesial landscape of the Australian community through dynamic engagement with biblical, theological, and pastoral ministry disciplines. The course provides critical and analytical knowledge and practical skills for those currently in formal or non-formal professional leadership roles or those aspiring to future leadership roles in church or para-church settings.
3 years full-time, or part-time equivalent
Study theology, Bible, and ministry
24 subjects, Multiple Majors offered
Available in-class, virtual or online
The Master of Divinity is for students wanting to achieve, a deeper biblical and theological understanding, spiritual formation, and cultural literacy that will prepare them for ordained or other professional ministries.
Course ID: CRS1401344
CRICOS Course Code: 111955C
Course Level: Postgraduate
Number of Subject: 24
Fees: Up-front and FEE-HELP
Scholarships Available: No
Course taught at 29 George Street Burwood NSW 2134
Modes of Delivery
In-class, virtual or online
- Applications must have completed a three year non-theological degree or its equivalent.
- A Post-Graduate Diploma Master of Arts in related fields.
- A copy of an International English Testing System (IELTS) result (only applicable to those whose first language is not English. IELTS for a studsent is 7.0.IELTS with no band lower than 6.5.
- English Proficiency
- Applicants whose entry qualifications were obtained in an institution where English is not the language of instruction normally require a minimum IELTS (or equivalent) score of 7.0 overall with a minimum of 7.0 in reading and writing, and 6.5 in listening and speaking
- 3 years full-time, or part-time equivalent
- Must be completed within 9 years
- Generally 12 hours per week per subject is required to do well, which includes lectures, readings and assignments.