The Graduate Diploma in Divinity allows students to explore multiple areas of interest in divinity and its associated disciplines or to engage with one or two areas in depth.
It serves as a foundation for study of theology or philosophy and disciplines which are associated with them.
The Graduate Diploma in Divinity consists of 144 points of Postgraduate Foundational or Postgraduate Elective units.
Note: This award may be used as an exit point from eligible students enrolled in a Masters degree who meet the admission requirements.
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- DurationOne year full-time or up to three years part-time
- Structure6 standard postgraduate units
- Fees$2,640 per unit
- Admission CriteriaTo be eligible for admission to the Graduate Diploma in Divinity, a candidate must have completed an undergraduate degree or a graduate certificate and either: a) completed the equivalent of 72 points of theological study at the University of Divinity or another higher education provider; or b) completed 144 points of study towards a Master’s award at the University of Divinity.
- Admission DatesAdmissions for first semester 2021 close on Friday 12 February 2021. Admissions for second semester 2021 close on Friday 16 July 2021.
Graduates of the Graduate Diploma in Divinity
- have advanced knowledge in one or more areas of divinity and associated disciplines
- have research, analysis and communication skills applicable to
- apply skills of interpretation to texts or concepts
- apply judgement based on theory, practice and tradition to contemporary issues.
Graduate Diploma in Divinity summary information (opens to the external University of Divinity site)
Application for the Graduate Diploma in Theology is made to the Registrar. The Registrar can be contacted on +61 3 9847 5432 and by email at email@example.com
BA9392B Eighth Century Prophetic Voices
BN8301B Interpreting the New Testament
BN9397B Johannine Literature: Narratives and Perspectives
CT8128B Futurism and Theology: key issues
CT9126B Christ and Salvation
CT9296B Foundations of Wesleyan Theology
DL8198B Worship and Preaching: Essentials
DM8113B Mission Foundations
DP8304B Introduction to Pastoral Theology and Ministry
DS8193B An Introduction to Spiritual Formation
BA8391B Interpreting the Hebrew Bible
CH8291B Introduction to Christian History
CT8301B Introduction to Christian Theology
CT9149B Humanity 3.0: Theological Responses to Trans-, Post- and Antihumanism
CT9298B The Theology of Catherine Booth in its Historical and Contemporary Contexts
DL9115B Preaching and Narrative
DM3118B Mission in an Ethnically and Culturally Diverse Australia
DM9193B Social and Community Mission 1
DM9303B Children's Ministry
DP8147B Reflective Practice for Vocational Formation
DP8195B Introduction to Leadership in Ministry
Graduates may be eligible to proceed to a Masters award. Graduates who have included a Minor Thesis (12,000 words) in their course may be eligible to apply for admission to a higher degree by research.