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Master of Theology (ACT)

Course Description

The Master of Theology (AQF level 9 Masters Research) course has been designed for research to be undertaken in a field of specialisation within traditional theological disciplines (i.e., in the Department of Bible and Language, Department of Christian Thought, or Department of Ministry and Practice), or in interdisciplinary work incorporating the theological disciplines.

Entry Requirements

This degree is open to those who hold a qualification at AQF level 8 or above in Ministry or Theology (such as the ACT’s Bachelor of Theology with honours or Bachelor of Ministry with honours, or Graduate Diploma of Divinity or Masters of Divinity or Masters of Ministry or Master of Arts in Christian Studies). Consideration will also be
given to other factors such as practical experience, maturity and motivation, and the likelihood of satisfactory completion of the academic requirements of the Course. Demonstrated knowledge of biblical or other languages may be required. For full details of entry requirements, see the current Australian College of Theology Higher Degrees by Research Handbook.

Credit Points

32 credit points 

Course Duration

1 year full-time (up to 4 years part-time)

Course Structure

Thesis: 30,000 word thesis. Thesis length may vary by ±10%. Total word count excludes Bibliography.

For full details of the course structure, see the current Australian College of Theology Higher Degrees by Research Handbook.

This is a course of the Australian College of Theology.

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