Graduate Certificate in Liturgy
The Graduate Certificate in Liturgy (GCLit) provides students the opportunity to develop theological and liturgical skills and knowledge for liturgical preparation in parishes and liturgical celebrations.

Course Learning Outcomes

Graduates of the Graduate Certificate in Liturgy:

  1. have an overview of the historical development of liturgy and the knowledge of sources, term and principles for liturgical engagement;
  2. have basic skills to analyse liturgical documents;
  3. apply skills of interpretation to church documents on liturgy in light of implications and applications to historical and contemporary issues in liturgical practice;
  4. apply and articulate relevant theological and liturgical skills in parishes and liturgical celebrations. 

Admission Criteria

Successful completion of an undergraduate degree, or an approved equivalent 

Course Structure

The Graduate Certificate in Liturgy consists of 72 points comprised of Foundational units or Elective units in the discipline of Liturgy.
Pre-2019 units of 15 points in volume will be counted as 24 points for the purposed of course completion

Normal Duration

1 semester – 3 semesters

Articulation to Further Study

Units completed in the Graduate Certificate in Liturgy may be credited toward eligible Graduate Diplomas or Masters awards. 

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