Master of Ministry

Course Code2016
Course duration /
Study mode

TBA

Fee Support

TBA

About

Learning Outcomes


Upon successful completion of the Master of Ministry, graduates will be able to:
  • Critically engage with and evaluate a specialised body of knowledge in the disciplines of biblical studies, theology and practical ministry and their underlying methodologies;
  • articulate an advanced and integrated understanding of Seventh-day Adventist history, theology, identity, and mission;
  • critically analyse, research, and synthesise complex theological and ministry concepts independently, and demonstrate how they relate to a Seventh-day Adventist world view;
  • interpret and communicate advanced and integrated Biblical and theological knowledge, and practical ministry skills in a contextualised manner to specialist and non-specialist audiences;
  • model and articulate the relevance of a relationship with Christ and Christian beliefs to the practice of pastoral ministry and Christian living;
  • apply the skills and capacities expected of a growing, reflective Christian ministry practitioner, researcher and/or scholar;
  • have an understanding of research principles and methods, including analytical and communication skills applicable to ministry and its related disciplines.

Career Opportunities

Admission Criteria


Before a student can be accepted into the course she/he should have:

  1. A Pastoral reference,
  2. Signed Code of Conduct.
  3. A Valid Working with Children Check or equivalent
  4. A Police Check.
  5. Been baptised church member for at least 2 years. 

Post Admission requirements; AdSafe training.


Course Structure


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Code

Unit Name

Core/
Elective

Credit Pts

New/ Existing

ASCED Code

Teaching Period & Year

Campus

BBNT46110

Greek

Core

6

Existing

 

Sem 1 - Every

Lake Macquarie

BBNT56130

Themes in Matthew & John

Core

6

Existing

 

Sem 2 - Every

Lake Macquarie

BBOT46110

Pentateuch in Context

Core

6

Existing

 

Sem 1 - Every

Lake Macquarie

BBNT56110

Biblical Apocalypse

Core

6

Existing

 

Sem 2 - Odd

Lake Macquarie

BBNT56120

New Testament Epistles

Core

6

Existing

 

Sem 2 – Every

Lake Macquarie

THEO56110

Theology & Belief

Core

6

Existing

 

Sem 1 - Every

Lake Macquarie

THEO56140

Salvation and Last things

Core

6

Existing

 

Sem 2 - Even

Lake Macquarie

THEO56120

SDA Heritage

Core

6

Existing

 

Sem 1 - Odd

Lake Macquarie

THEO56150

Doctrine of Church & Sabbath

Core

6

Existing

 

Sem 1 - Even

Lake Macquarie

THEO46130

Christian History A

Core

6

Existing

 

Sem 1 - Every

Lake Macquarie

CHMN56150

Evangelism & World Mission

Core

6

Existing

 

Sem 1 - Even

Lake Macquarie

CHMN46160

Family Systems in Ministry

Core

6

Existing

 

Sem 2 – Even

Lake Macquarie

CHMN46110

Church & Ministry

Core

6

Existing

 

Sem 1 - Every

Lake Macquarie

CHMN46140

Contemporary Preaching

Core

6

Existing

 

Sem 2 – Every

Lake Macquarie

CHMN46130

Personal Evangelism & Discipleship

Core

6

Existing

 

Sem 1 - Odd

Lake Macquarie

CHMN56180

Church Leadership & Management

Core

6

Existing

 

Sem 2 - Odd

Lake Macquarie


To find out more about any of the units listed here, copy the unit code and then search for that unit here.

Where to get further information


Course Enquiries

Student Administration Services

Phone: +61 2 4980 2377
Email: [email protected]
Monday-Thursday, 9.00am-5pm
Friday, 9.00am-12.00noon