Master of Divinity

The Master of Divinity is a foundational Masters program equipping people to study the scriptures, the traditions, the historical as well as contemporary contexts. It enables students to integrate their Christian identity and practice.
Study Options
Mainstream Program Ordination Program
Course Load
18 standard postgraduate units (subjects)
You can study this course part-time or full-time. Part-time is 1-2 units per semester up to 9 years. Full-time is 3 units per semester for 3 years. Each standard unit: 3 hours per week of classes/learning activities (12 weeks) and 10 hours per week study and assessment tasks (16 weeks)
Study Mode
On campus / Online / Mixed mode

See the current study timetable here: 2023 Study Timetable

$2882 per standard PG unit in 2023 - as set by University of Divinity. Additional charges may apply for any units with residential intensive components. FEE-HELP available for eligible students.
Admission Requirements
Successful completion of an undergraduate degree, or an approved equivalent. An applicant for admission to the Graduate Diploma in Pastoral Care must have successfully completed a unit of Clinical Pastoral Education prior to admission.
Course Regulations

Visit the University of Divinity website for the comprehensive Master of Divinity academic course outline.

How to Apply

Read more about our enrolment process.
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