Bachelor of Theology (Honours)

Charles Sturt University
New South Wales, Australia
Qualification
Bachelor's Degree
Study mode
Full-time, Part-time
Duration
1 year
Intakes
February July
Total tuition fee (local)
Contact the university / college
Total tuition fee (foreign)
USD 12,755

Entry Requirements

  • An ATAR appropriate to the course;
  • Successful study at university level (minimum two subjects);
  • TAFE Cert III or higher VET qualification or equivalent industry qualifications;
  • Successful completion of TAFE Tertiary Preparation Certificate (TPC) or a bridging program;
  • Relevant industry experience of at least two years;
  • Partial completion of TAFE Diploma level study (minimum 50%).
  • Applicants to study at CSU must meet minimum English language proficiency requirements.

Applicants to this course must have achieved either of the following:

  • Been awarded or be eligible to graduate with a Bachelor of Theology from Charles Sturt University
  • A comparable degree from Charles Sturt University or another institution.
  • Applicants will normally be required to have specialised in theology/ divinity, and to have attained grades of credit or better in the Level 2 and Level 3 subjects.
  • Acceptance into the program will be subject to the approval of the Course Coordinator and is at the discretion of the Head of the School of Theology.

Curriculum

Core Subjects:

  • Introduction to Old Testament Studies
  • Introduction to New Testament Studies
  • Introduction to Christian Theology
  • Being the Church

Restricted Electives:

  • Reasoning, Values and Communication
  • Introduction to Biblical Languages
  • New Testament Greek 1
  • Biblical Hebrew 1
  • Liturgical Theology
  • Practical Theology
  • The Rise of Christianity to 600 CE
  • The European Reformations 1400-1700
  • Old Testament History and Narrative
  • Paul and His Letters
  • New Testament Greek 2
  • The Synoptic Gospels
  • Wisdom and Worship Traditions
  • Creation and Ecology
  • Jesus the Christ
  • Christian Spirituality
  • Christian Ministry
  • The Diaconate
  • Aboriginal Cultures and Spirituality
  • Pastoral Care
  • Cross Cultural Ministry in Australia
  • Christianity in Australian History
  • Medieval Church History
  • Mission, Evangelism and Apologetics
  • Ministry Across the Lifespan
  • Biblical Hebrew 2
  • New Religious Movements, Cults and Sects
  • God, Humanity and Difference

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