Certificate in Theology
Course information for - 2023 entry
Offered at 5 locations
- Study mode
- 1 year part-time
- Fees (first year)*
- Start dates
Semester 1 intake: Not availableMidyear (Semester 2) intake: Beginning July 2023Applications open April 2023
The Certificate in Theology is for those who want to pursue an interest in theology or update their existing knowledge. It also provides an alternative pathway into the Bachelor of Theology or the Bachelor of Theology/Bachelor of Philosophy for domestic, fee-paying students. Credits can be granted for the units already undertaken.
To complete the Certificate in Theology, a student must complete 40 credit points (cp).
Sample program map
|Year - Study period||Unit 1||Unit 2||Unit 3||Unit 4||Unit 5|
Year 1 - Semester 1
THBS100 Introduction to the Bible
Year 1 - Semester 2
THCT100 What Christians Believe
This is a sample program only and units will vary depending on your campus and mode of study. Please refer to the handbook for the prerequisite units and the current listing.
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Disclaimer: The course entry requirements above are for 2023 Admission. Refer to your relevant Tertiary Admission Centre website for future years' entry requirements.
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