Bachelor of TheologyThe Bachelor of Theology gives students the opportunity to study the theological disciplines for either personal interest or as preparation for postgraduate study and a possible academic career. The Bachelor of Theology covers areas such as biblical studies, biblical languages, theology, history, spirituality, and pastoral psychology. While the course does not provide a pathway into the employed ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, it does give students a theological foundation and an opportunity for personal spiritual development.
At a Glance
DurationThree years full-time or equivalent part-time
Mode of DeliveryOn campus (Lake Macquarie)
AccreditationThe Bachelor of Theology degree course is accredited by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA).
The CRICOS registration number for the degree is:
Bachelor of Theology 059850D
Entry RequirementsGeneral Admission Requirements apply to the Bachelor of Theology course.
Field Education RequirementsThere is an intentional placement of and mentoring of students in a local church during the initial phases of their enrolment in the BTh degree. A number of specific requirements attached to several of the church ministry subjects need to be fulfilled in a local church. In order to be placed in a local church, students are required to sign a self-disclosure form (Prohibited Persons Declaration) and consent to a criminal records check. Further information is available in the Field Education Handbook.
Course Information BookletFor more details on the content of this course please download the following booklet:
Bachelor of Theology
Unit SynopsisThe Undergraduate Handbook contains detailed information on each unit.
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