Bachelor of Ministry
Duration: Three years full-time or equivalent.
Credit points: 96
Purpose: This award may provide a suitable form of training for a variety of avenues of Christian service and leadership such as pastoral ministry, chaplaincy, overseas missions and cross-cultural ministry, youth ministry, evangelism and teaching.
Admission: Applicants are expected to have at least a Higher School Certificate, or equivalent with UAI of 75, or, for mature age entry, to be 21 and to satisfy the Faculty that they are in a position to study at the level of the course. Students admitted to the BTh course are accepted provisionally and are reassessed after the first year. Students who fail twice in the same unit will be required to show cause why they should continue in the course.
Austudy: Available to qualifying students.
FEE HELP: Available to qualifying students. For more information go to Fees
Overseas students: Available to overseas students.
Course structure: See the ACT Undergraduate Manual for course details and see our unit descriptions for 300 and 400 level units. All units listed below are 4 cps unless stated. A maximum of 40 cps of 300 level units (excluding languages) may be counted.