Diploma in Theology

CRICOS 075250F

If you have considered studying theology, this is a great place to start. The Diploma in Theology introduces students to the key theological disciplines of biblical studies and Christian thought and history. This may be extended by further study in those disciplines or by electives in the area of pastoral ministry studies. Also, students can undertake study in a ministry setting as part of the course.

Study Options
Mainstream Program - incorporates foundational skills of studying theology. Transformation Program - designed specifically for leaders training from a non-English speaking background
Course Load
8 standard undergraduate units (subjects)
Commitment
You can study this course part-time or full-time. Part-time is 1-2 units per semester up to 4 years. Full-time is 4 units per semester for 1 year. 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
Timetable

See the current study timetable here :2023 Study Timetable

Fees
$1861 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 VCE or equivalent. Probationary admission is available to approved persons aged 21 or greater who have not completed Year 12. This course is open to student visa holders.
Course Regulations

Visit the University of Divinity website for the comprehensive Diploma in Theology academic course outline

How to Apply

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Note

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