Bachelor of Ministry

This award prepares students for the practice of ministry in various settings. This award is for people who are intending to be involved in ministry contexts. It establishes foundations for ministry through the study of scriptures, theological traditions, historical and contemporary contexts. There is an emphasis on formation through ministry practice.

Study Mode
On campus / Mixed mode (option to include some online units)
Full-time: 3 years / Part-time: (up to) 9 years
Course Load
24 standard undergraduate units
Semester Load
1–4 units
Available Online
Overseas Students
Open to student visa holders
Course Regulations

Visit the University of Divinity website for the comprehensive Bachelor of Ministry academic course outline

The information presented here is a general guide only and not a substitute for personal course advice. Contact our Dean to arrange a time to discuss your study interests

Course Structure

1 Units (Field B) Old Testament
1 Units (Field B) New Testament
2 Units (Field B) Biblical Studies
2 Units (Field C) Church History
4 Units (Field C) Christian Thought
2 Units (Field D) Theology: Mission and Ministry
4 Units (Field D) Theology: Mission and Ministry Praxis
8 Units Elective