The Bachelor of Ministry prepares students for the practice of ministry.
It establishes foundations for ministry through the study of scriptures, theological traditions, historical and contemporary contexts. It requires concentrated study in ministry praxis.
The Bachelor of Ministry provides a foundation for graduates to understand and articulate their identity and place in the world. It may be possible for students to undertake study in a ministry setting as part of the course.
The Bachelor of Ministry consists of 432 points comprised of:
a) 72 points in a discipline or disciplines in Field B (Biblical Studies) which must include at least 18 points in each Testament;
b) 36 points in the discipline of Church History;
c) 72 points in the discipline of Systematic Theology;
d) 36 points in a discipline or disciplines in Field D (Theology: Mission and Ministry);
e) 72 points of praxis units in a discipline or disciplines in Field D (Theology: Mission and Ministry); and
f) A further 144 points.
Each course of study for the Bachelor of Ministry:
a) must not include more than 180 points at level 1; and
b) must include at least 90 points at level 3 including 30 points at level 3 in a discipline or disciplines in Field D (Theology: Mission and Ministry).
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- DurationThree years full-time or nine years part-time
- Structure24 undergraduate units including 4 praxis units
- Fees$1,704 per unit
- Admission CriteriaSuccessful completion of Year 12 in an Australian secondary school, or equivalent.
- Admission DatesAdmissions for first semester 2021 close on Friday 12 February 2021. Admissions for second semester 2021 close on Friday 16 July 2021.
The Bachelor of Ministry is an AQF Level 6 Award. It is
- fully accredited through the University of Divinity
- qualifies for Austudy and FEE-HELP assistance
- available to overseas students (CRICOS Code 077753M (Vic))
- available online and on campus
Graduates of the Bachelor of Ministry
- have a broad, coherent and critical knowledge of Christian theological traditions and methodologies, with focused knowledge in ministry studies.
- can articulate a coherent vision of ministry and communicate that vision through clear reasoned argument and demonstrated ability.
- are able to engage theological traditions and contemporary culture.
- have an informed basis for engagement, ministry and service.
- apply the skills of theological reflection to shape their practice of ministry.
Bachelor of Ministry summary information (opens to the external University of Divinity site)
Application for the Bachelor of Ministry is made to the Registrar. The Registrar can be contacted on +61 3 9847 5432 and by email at email@example.com
BA3392B Eighth Century Prophetic Voices
BN1301B Interpreting the New Testament
BN2397B Johannine Literature: Narratives and Perspectives
CT2126B Christ and Salvation
CT2128B Futurism and Theology: key issues
CT2296B Foundations of Wesleyan Theology
DL1198B Worship and Preaching: Essentials
DM1113B Mission Foundations
DP1304B Introduction to Pastoral Theology and Ministry
DS1193B An Introduction to Spiritual Formation
BA1391B Interpreting the Hebrew Bible
CH1291B Introduction to Christian History
CT1301B Introduction to Christian Theology
CT3149B Humanity 3.0: Theological Responses to Trans-, Post- and Antihumanism
CT3298B The Theology of Catherine Booth in its Historical and Contemporary Contexts
DL3115B Preaching and Narrative
DM2118B Mission in an Ethnically and Culturally Diverse Australia
DM2193B Social and Community Mission 1
DM2303B Children's Ministry
DM3303B Children's Ministry
DP2147B Reflective Practice for Vocational Formation
DP2195B Introduction to Leadership in Ministry
Graduates have access to a range of postgraduate courses at Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and Masters levels.