Graduate Certificate in Theology
The Graduate Certificate in Theology (GCTheol) qualifies students in theological study by developing or deepening their knowledge and skills in theological disciplines. It serves as a foundation for further study and a means of critically engaging Christian thought and traditions. Graduates are able to articulate insights for Christian life and social engagement.

Course Learning Outcomes

Graduates of the Graduate Certificate in Theology:
  1. have knowledge of sources, terms and conceptual frameworks required for theological engagement;
  2. have research, analysis and communication skills applicable to theological studies;
  3. apply skills of interpretation to texts and traditions with awareness of context, implications and application to historical and or contemporary issues;
  4. apply theological and hermeneutical skills in clearly articulating insights relevant to life, work and community settings.

Admission Criteria

Successful completion of an undergraduate degree, or an approved equivalent 

Course Structure: General

The Graduate Certificate in Theology consist of 72 points of foundational units taken across three disciplines in at least two fields. 

Pre-2019 units of 15 points in volume will be counted as 24 points for the purposed of course completion (10 point = 16 points) 

Course Structure: Specialised

72 credit-points
Pre-2019 units of 15 points in volume will be counted as 24 points for the purposed of course completion (10 point = 16 points)  

Normal Duration

1 semester – 2 years

Cricos Code

053016J

Articulation to Further Study

Enquiries

Rev. Dr Kevin Lenehan, Associate Dean (Postgraduate and Research)