BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY (HONOURS)
PREPARING FOR ADVANCED RESEARCH IN MINISTRY
The Honours program is designed for students who have graduated with a three-year undergraduate Bachelor of Theology degree from the ACT and who have demonstrated high academic potential. It is a means of preparing women and men for advanced research in ministry.
See the ACT website for the full list of course learning outcomes.
Language Qualifications for NESB
(Morling recommends students to consider this option only if their GPA in the designated field of study is 2.8 or above.) Students wishing to enroll in the Bachelor of Theology (Honours) program must have successfully completed at least 8 cps in either Biblical Hebrew (LA003) or New Testament Greek (LA004) and at least 8 cps of biblical language exegesis as part of their initial theology degree.
This honours course accentuates the outcomes of the Bachelor of Theology and prepares men and women for advanced research in theology and ministry.
Together with training men and women for pastoral practice, this course also prepares graduates to be advanced researchers in their chosen field.
The Bachelor of Theology Honours program requires 96 credit points at AQF level 8 and above, in addition to a completed B.Th.
Minimum 1 year, maximum 3 years.
|BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY (HONOURS)|
|RM091 or RM095||Research Methods||12|
|AQF level 8 or above||Coursework in designated field of research||24|
|AQF level 8 or above||Elective Units||24|
|LA/BB/OT/NT/TH/PE/CH||Research Thesis (16,000 words) at AQF level 8||36|
96 credit points at AQF level 8 and above
This is a course of the Australian College of Theology.
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