Eva Burrows College delivers undergraduate and postgraduate awards as a college of the University of Divinity (CRICOS Provider Code 01037A), Australia's first and only specialist university offering degrees in theology.
If you undertake University studies at Eva Burrows College you are student of the University of Divinity and join on of eleven colleges of different faith traditions, gaining access to units and services across all eleven colleges.
Find out all you need to know about our Higher Education Awards on offer and what you need to know before you enrol in the publication below.
Learn more about the full range of higher education awards on offer, from diploma to doctorate level or perhaps consider undertaking one or more units of study as a non-award student for personal or professional development.
Undergraduate Coursework Awards
Undergraduate Certificate in Divinity - 4 units
The Undergraduate Certificate in Divinity offers you an opportunity to learn foundational concepts in the study of divinity and additionally how to apply these skills to the interpretation of texts, theological concepts and contemporary contexts. Providing a pathway to further undergraduate studies in divinity-related areas, this new award for 2021 is a foundation for lifelong learning in theological, philosophical and ministry-related studies. Taking only one semester of full-time study or two semesters of part-time study to complete, students can explore one or more areas such as: History, Biblical Studies, Theology, Mission and Ministry, and Spirituality. At this stage this award will only be offered in 2021, so if you have been considering theological studies this would be the perfect place to start.
Diploma in Theology - 8 units
Whether your interest is preparation for ministry or simply part of a personal faith journey, the Diploma of Theology offers you a grounding in Bible and theology as well as options from a broad selection of other areas such as pastoral practice, missiology, leadership.
Advanced Diploma in Theology and Ministry - 16 units
Building upon the Diploma in Theology, the Advanced Diploma offers you an opportunity to expand the breadth and depth of your knowledge and skills according to your interests.
Bachelor of Ministry - 24 units
Targeting ministry and leadership, the Bachelor of Ministry is designed to prepare innovative leaders for church and societal settings. Scaffolded with a robust theological framework, students develop capacity to respond to the complex demands of ministry with maturity and creativity.
Bachelor of Theology - 24 units
Theology is not only ‘talk about God,’ but ‘talk of life’ – fulfilling, dynamic life that impacts the world for the better. Sharing a common suite of units with the Bachelor of Ministry, the Bachelor of Theology is a flexible degree that offers you a grounding in the foundational disciplines of theological studies, together a broad range of other options that include pastoral practice, missiology, leadership.
Postgraduate Coursework Awards
- Graduate Certificate in Divinity
- Graduate Certificate in Research Methodology - 3 units
- Graduate Certificate in Theology
- Graduate Diploma in Divinity - 6 units
- Graduate Diploma in Theology - 6 units
- Master of Divinity - 18 units
- Master of Theological Studies - 12 units
- Master of Theology (Coursework) - 10 units
Higher Degree by Research
Units of Study
Select the units of study (subjects) and begin to build towards your undergraduate or postgraduate award.
Minor Thesis and Research Projects
Minor Thesis and Research Project units are available each semester. Any plans to do such units must be discussed with the Academic Dean at least two months prior to commencement.
You can also study one or more units as an audit student to try out student life at Eva Burrows College or for purposes of self-enrichment and academic exploration. This option means that you can study without participating in tutorials, fulfilling any practical requirements, undertaking assignments or examinations.
Non Award Student
You can also study one or more units as a non-award student where you will complete the tasks and assignments and study towards credit. This means that if you decide to take your study further and enrol in a full degree program, your study could count towards your degree.