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AQF 8 Graduate Diploma of Divinity

The Graduate Diploma of Divinity (GradDipDiv) aims to better equip Christians to know, understand and explain the Bible on a higher level.

Who is it for?

The Graduate Diploma of Divinity provides a solid foundation of Biblical knowledge on a higher level and skills appropriate to Christian ministry for:

  • Bible study leaders
  • Youth or children’s group leaders
  • Lay preachers
  • Elders
  • Biblical studies high school teachers

Where will it take me?

Completion of the Graduate Diploma of Divinity will enable you to serve effectively through being clear about the Gospel, confident in the Bible, and more aware of what Christian service should look like.

On completion of the Graduate Diploma of Divinity, eligible students can progress to the second year of the Master of Divinity with full credit.

This is a course of the Australian College of Theology.

 

OPEN TO: Domestic
AVAILABILITY: Full-time (FT) or Part-time (PT)
DURATION: 1 year FT or up to 4 years PT
MODE OF STUDY: On Campus – Daytime
STARTING DATE: January or July
COURSE FEES: See our Fees page

 

Course Structure

For the Graduate Diploma of Divinity, students need to successfully complete the following AQF level 8 units (96 credit points):

Old Testament

  • OT001 Old Testament Foundations
  • OT002 Old Testament Prophets and Writings

New Testament

  • NT001 Jesus and the Gospels
  • NT002 The Early New Testament Church

Christianity in History

  • CH001 Christianity in History to 1550
  • CH002 Christianity in History from 1550
Ministry and Missions

  • EM008 Cross-Cultural Communication

Elective (offered at Level 8)

  • NT024 Other Writings 1 Peter & Hebrews (even year)
  • NT010 Paul and Corinthian Christianity (odd year)

Theology

  • BB009* Biblical Theology: An Introduction
  • TH022* Foundations for Systematic Theology

*CM01 and CM02 are Trinity Theological non-accredited units. Students who enter the GDDIV full-time are required to participate in these Trinity distinctive units.

More information about this course can be found in the ACT website.

If you would like to Apply, please fill in our Prospective Student Form and our Registrar team will contact you.

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