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INTENSIVES - SEMESTER, SUMMER & WINTER SCHOOL

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INTENSIVES - SEMESTER, SUMMER & WINTER SCHOOL

At Morling, our mission is to equip men and women with the knowledge that they need to serve God in many different roles: pastoral ministry, in the work place, Christian education, missions work, counselling, and chaplaincy. We also recognise that it is often difficult to stop working in order to pursue further study.  In order to accommodate students who cannot attend weekly lectures, Morling has established a study program across the summer and winter breaks, and Intensive Study Units.


INTENSIVES 2019

Intensives are designed to deliver the face-to-face teaching, necessary for skills development, in a short period of time, while utilising online learning for the remainder of the course material. Normally, intensive units will include online learning components designed to be completed prior to the face-to-face intensive days, so please take note of the start date for each intensive. There are three different types of intensives:

  • Intensives - Intensives are units which are delivered primarily on-campus (face-to-face delivery). Students should be aware that approx 20% of course content will normally be delivered online prior to the 4-5 on-campus days.
  • Blended Intensives - Blended Intensives are units with a mixture of both online and on-campus learning e.g. specific online course content modules are to be completed before and/or after the 2-3 days of on-campus delivery.
  • Semi-Intensives - Semi-Intensives are units which normally have 5 on-campus days with face-to-face delivery spread out over the semester with some online support materials. 
  • Year-Long Semi-Intensives - Our two year-long semi-intensives are both certificates designed to train people for specific ministries - Church Planting, Children's Ministry or Youth Ministry. 

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2019 Winter Intensives

  • Transforming Vocation Conference: Seminar Unit (IN489i/689i/789i)

    Lecturer: Andrew Sloane

    Unit Code: IN489i/689i/789i
    Delivery Mode: Blended Intensive
    Unit Start Date: 3 Jun 2019
    On-Campus Days: 4-6 July (Conference)

    Morling is hosting the inaugural Transforming Vocation conference, featuring Mark Greene, Executive Director of The London Institute for Contemporary Christianity, and a range of key figures in the faith and work movement in Australia.

    The conference provides an opportunity for participants to engage at the highest level in theological and practical reflection on the nature of work, the changing cultural and economic landscape in which we now operate as workers, and how churches and their leaders can more effectively equip their members to think well and live faithfully as workers.

    The conference will have three themes: theology of work (focusing on Biblical texts, theological motifs and workplace ethics, and theology of the disciplines); practical theology (focusing on data and models of ‘best practice’ in pastoral ministry and workplace discipleship); industry and marketplace issues (focusing on the changing nature of work locally and globally and Christian responses to it).

    Students will be required to do some pre-reading before the conference, actively engage in the each of the conference sessions and reflect on their experience, attend a post-conference seminar on the Saturday afternoon of the conference, and complete reading and assignment tasks. Details of the reading and assessment requirements will be available on Moodle in due course.

    Students will attend the Transforming Vocation Conference as their on-campus days. The remaining will be taught online. 

    Enrolment Due Date: 03 Jun 2019
    Late Enrolments: accepted until 30 June 2019
    Admin Date: 04 Jul 2019
    Census Date: 09 Jul 2019
    Withdrawal Date: 29 Aug 2019
    Unit End Date: 25 Oct 2019

  • Pastoral Epistles (NT423/623i) – English Text (Blended Intensive, with on-campus intensive days during Winter School)

    Lecturers: David Starling and Tim MacBride

    Unit Codes: NT423/623i
    Delivery Mode: (Blended) Intensive
    Unit Start Date: 3 Jun 2019
    On-Campus Days: 3-5 July 2019

    This Unit provides an introduction to the English text of the Pastoral Epistles (1 & 2 Timothy and Titus), considering issues of authorship, context, genre and purpose, as well as major features in the theology of the pastoral epistles. Students also carry out exegesis of all three letters and develop the skills involved in New Testament exegesis.

    This is a Blended Intensive Unit: 60% of the unit content is taught face-to-face on July 3-5; the remaining 40% will be taught online, including some material that is designed for completion before the face-to-face intensive days, and some (including the assignment work) that is designed to be completed after.

    Pre/co-requisites: NT302/NT502

    Enrolment Due Date: 03 June 2019
    Late Enrolments: accepted until 30 June 2019
    Admin Date: 03 Jul 2019
    Census Date: 09 Jul 2019
    Withdrawal Date: 29 Aug 2019
    Unit End Date: 25 Oct 2019

  • Pastoral Skills and Methods (PC403/603i)

    Lecturer: Keith Mitchell

    Unit Code: PC403/603i
    Delivery Mode: Intensive
    Unit Start Date: 17 Jun 2019
    On-Campus Days: 8-12 July 2019

    Pastoral Skills and Methods/Pastoral Counselling is a unit that aims to introduce students to the aims and methods in pastoral care and pastoral counselling and their implications for Christian community. It involves theory and practice sessions around relational skills; empathy, respect, concreteness, genuineness; and listening skills. Besides looking at equipping others; teaching, encouragement, recognition of abilities, and training; this unit engages with a variety of pastoral situations such as mental health, chronic illness, sexual struggles, domestic family violence, grief, and relational breakdown.

    Enrolment Due Date: 17 Jun 2019
    Late Enrolments: accepted until 30 June 2019
    Admin Date: 08 Jul 2019
    Census Date: 17 Jul 2019
    Withdrawal Date: 07 Sep 2019
    Unit End Date: 1 Nov 2019

Semester 2, 2019 - Blended Intensives

  • Pastoral Epistles (NT423/623i) – English Text  (Blended Intensive, with on-campus intensive days during Winter School)

    Lecturers: David Starling and Tim MacBride

    Unit Codes: NT423/623i
    Delivery Mode: Blended Intensive
    Unit Start Date: 3 Jun 2019
    On-Campus Days: 3-5 July 2019

    This Unit provides an introduction to the English text of the Pastoral Epistles (1 & 2 Timothy and Titus), considering issues of authorship, context, genre and purpose, as well as major features in the theology of the pastoral epistles. Students also carry out exegesis of all three letters and develop the skills involved in New Testament exegesis.

    This is a Blended Intensive Unit: 60% of the unit content is taught face-to-face on July 3-5; the remaining 40% will be taught online, including some material that is designed for completion before the face-to-face intensive days, and some (including the assignment work) that is designed to be completed after.

    Pre/co-requisites: NT302/NT502

    Enrolment Due Date: 03 June 2019
    Late Enrolments: accepted until 30 June 2019
    Admin Date: 03 Jul 2019
    Census Date: 09 Jul 2019
    Withdrawal Date: 29 Aug 2019
    Unit End Date: 25 Oct 2019

  • Aid and Development (EM410/610i)

    Lecturers: Darrell Jackson and Scott Higgins

    Unit Code: EM410/610i
    Delivery Mode: Blended Intensive (2 day intensive, online content, 2 days of optional workshops)
    Unit Start Date: 19 July 2019
    On-Campus Days: 9-10 Aug 2019

    Morling's highly successful Aid and Development Unit has been developed and co-taught by Scott Higgins (A Just Cause) and Darrell Jackson (The Tinsley Missiologist) over the last six years. The Unit combines a practitioner perspective with robust theological reflection on issues such as globalisation, poverty, development, migration, and missional transformation. For 2019, Morling is offering a radically new way to engage with the Unit content. Course content will be delivered via 2 on-campus days at Morling and follow-up fully online modules, with the option of also attending supporting workshops in either Canberra (13-14th September) or Newcastle (27-28th September). (Content will be the same for these optional Canberra and Newcastle workshop events).

    • Morling on-campus intensive (Modules 1-4) - Fri 9th and Sat 10th August
    • Online component (Modules 5-13) - To be completed by end of Semester
    • Aid & Development Huddles (face-to-face workshops^ focussed on Sessions 5-13) -
      Fri 13th-Sat 14th September (Canberra) OR Fri 27th-Sat 28th September (Newcastle)
      ^ Students who cannot attend will be provided with online virtual classroom support

    Enrolment Due Date: 5 July 2019
    Admin Date: 8 Aug 2019
    Census Date: 9 Aug 2019
    Withdrawal Date: 20 Sept 2019
    Unit End Date: 30 Oct 2019

  • Baptist Distinctives (PC416/616i)

    Lecturer: Edwina Murphy

    Unit Code: PC416/616i
    Delivery Mode: Blended Intensive
    Unit Start Date: 22 July 2019
    On-Campus Days: October 9-11 2019

    This unit will help students develop an understanding of the historical, theological and spiritual roots of the Baptist denomination. It will also help equip students to critically assess contemporary trends in Baptist belief and practice, and help enable students to reflect upon their own attitudes towards formation and ministry within a Baptist context.

    Enrolment Due Date: 05 July 2019
    Admin Date: 02 Aug 2019
    Census Date: 15 Aug 2019
    Withdrawal Date: 09 Sept 2019
    Unit End Date: 11 Oct 2019

  • Baptist History (CH759D)

    Lecturer: Edwina Murphy

    Unit Code: CH759D
    Delivery Mode: Blended Intensive*
    Unit Start Date: 22 July 2019
    On-Campus Days*: October 10-11

    This unit will help students understand the history and distinctive beliefs and practices of the Baptist denomination. It will help enable them to analyse key primary sources, interpret denominational developments and evaluate dis/continuities between past and present. It will also help equip them to represent and shape current perspectives and practices on the basis of Baptist history and traditions.

    *Accreditation Candidates are required to attend 2 intensive days on campus (10-11 Oct) in addition to the online modules. Students who are not applying for Baptist Accreditation are able to complete the unit fully online during semester 2.

    Enrolment Due Date: 05 July 2019
    Admin Date: 02 Aug 2019
    Census Date: 15 Aug 2019
    Withdrawal Date: 09 Sep 2019
    Unit End Date: 11 Oct 2019

  • Old Testament Prophets and Writing (Orange)

    Lecturer: Anthony Petterson

    Unit Code: OT302/502
    Delivery Mode: Blended Intensive*
    Unit Start Date: 23 September 2019
    On-Campus Days in Orange*: 9-11 October

    An overview of the second half of the Old Testament, including the Prophetic books (Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekial, Daniel and The Twelve) and the writings (Chronicles, Ezra and Nehemiah, Psalms and wisdom literature). 

    Please note: The face to face component of this intensive is held in Orange, NSW. 

    Enrolment Due Date: 13 Sept 2019
    Admin Date: 9 Oct 2019 
    Census Date: 10 Oct 2019
    Unit Start Date: 23 Sept 2019
    Unit End Date: 29 Nov 2019 

Semester 2, 2019 - Semi-Intensives

  • Hermeneutics and Genesis 1-3 (OT758i)

    Lecturer: Andrew Sloane

    Unit Code: OT758i
    Delivery: Semi-Intensive
    Unit Start Date: 22 July 2019
    On-Campus Days: July 29, Aug 19, Sept 16, Oct 14 2019

    Making sense of the Bible for ourselves and others is central to Christian ministry (whatever form that might take). But it can be surprisingly complex. We need to grapple with big questions about how texts work, how we should interpret them, and how to help others make sense of the Scriptures. These questions are particularly acute when we come to read Genesis 1-3, especially as we consider its implications for issues such as science and the environment, marriage and family, and gender and sexuality. This unit will help you come to grips with this broad and diverse and important set of questions. You will be equipped to develop a coherent understanding of texts and their interpretation, a deeper understanding of the meaning and significance of Genesis 1-3, and an enhanced ability to use the Bible in Christian ministry.

    Enrolment Due Date: 5 July 2019
    Admin Date: 29 July 2019
    Census Date: 15 Aug 2019
    Withdrawal Date: 30 Sept 2019
    Unit End Date: 15 Nov 2019

  • Leadership Development in Global Contexts (PC743i)

    Lecturer: Mike Frost 

    Unit Code: PC743i
    Delivery Mode: Semi-Intensive
    Unit Start Date: 22 July 2019
    On-Campus Days: July 22, Aug 26, Sept 16, Sept 23, Oct 21 2019

    Morling has an enviable reputation for delivery of cutting-edge leadership theory and practice Units. Designed and delivered by acknowledged leaders in their field, our leadership Units will equip you for ministry and mission in a variety of leadership contexts, both in Australia and overseas.

    This Unit has been designed from the ground up and assumes that congregational and organizational leadership in today's culturally diverse Australia requires very similar insight and competencies when compared with leaders serving overseas. In fact, this Unit will strengthen and resource your leadership in either situation, whether serving overseas or in Australia.

    The Unit reflects a practitioner perspective with robust theological reflection on issues such as globalisation, cultural diversity, service and ministry, leadership theory, and leadership formation.

    Enrolment Due Date: 05 July 2019
    Admin Date: 22 July 2019
    Census Date: 15 Aug 2019
    Withdrawal Date: 30 Sept 2019
    Unit End Date: 15 Nov 2019

  • Adolescent Development (DM412/612i)

    Lecturer: Steve Dixon

    Unit Code: DM412/612i
    Delivery Mode: Semi-Intensive
    Unit Start Date: 11 Aug 2019
    On-Campus Days: Aug 8, Aug 22, Sept 12, Oct 17, Oct 31 2019

    This subject looks at the particular factors which shape the lives of young people in Australian society. It explores developmental factors, as well as issues of family, government policies and provisions, health, sexuality, social media, and mental health. It is suitable for pastors, people involved in para-church settings, as well as anyone who wants to be better equipped for the challenges facing adolescents in Australia today.

    Enrolment Due Date: 05 Jul 2019
    Admin Date: 08 Aug 2019
    Census Date: 28 Aug 2019
    Withdrawal Date: 07 Oct 2019
    Unit End Date: 15 Nov 2019

Semester 1, 2019 (Summer, Blended & Semi- Intensives)

  • Introductory Preaching (PC247i PC447i, PC647i)

    Tim MacBride

    Unit Codes: PC247i PC447i, PC647i
    Delivery: Blended Delivery Summer Unit 
    Dates: 26 November 2018 – 8 February 2019 with intensive days and final assessment due in April
    Compulsory On-Campus Days: 16,17,18 January 2019

    This unit introduces students to various theological and pastoral issues in preaching. It will help students develop basic techniques in exegesis and exposition, and equip them with the skills necessary to begin a preaching ministry.

    Blended delivery includes 2 online modules to be compleded before the intensive, 4 online modules to be completed either before or after the intensive and 3 days on-campus intensive sessions. After the intensive days students will be required to write and deliver two sermons (by April 15th 2019) as the main assessment component for this unit. As this is a field-work unit, you will ideally need to preach these in a congregational or Youth Group setting. In special circumstances the lecturer may be able to approve other delivery arrangements, such as in a home Bible Study group.

    Enrolment Due Date: 1 January 2019
    Admin Date: 4 January 2019
    Census Date: 16 January 2019
    Withdrawal Date: 1 March 2019

  • Research Methods (RM095i, RM091i)

    Ian O'Harae

    Unit Code: RM095i, RM091i
    Delivery: Blended Intensive
    Dates: 21 December 2018 - 7 June 2019
    On-Campus Days: 29-31 January 2019

    This Unit introduces students to social scientific research methods, so that they can use them within the framework of Practical Theology in their particular ministry contexts. by introducing students to contemporary approaches to qualitative and quantitative research methodologies, with a particular focus on those that are most often used in research in ministry, it provides them with the tools to select and apply a range of methodologies. In doing so, students learn how to formulate a research proposal that evaluates a ministry activity. Students are also introduced to the skills, competencies, and technical methods that are needed to conduct and present research, including identifying a research topic, designing a research process, and obtaining ethics clearances.

    Enrolment Due Date: 11 January 2019
    Admin Date: 29 January 2019
    Census Date: 29 January 2019
    Withdrawal Date: 2 April 2019

  • Old Testament Foundations (OT301i, OT501i)

    Anthony Petterson

    Unit Code: OT301i, 501i
    Delivery: Blended Intensive
    Dates: 7 January - 24 May 2019
    On-Campus Days: 4-6 February

    This Unit gives students an overview of the Pentateuch and historical books. This includes creation, the patriarchs, the Abrahamic and Mosaic covenants, the exodus, conquest and settlement, the rise of the monarchy and the covenant with David, and concludes with Solomon and the division of the Kingdom. Particular emphasis is placed on familiarity with the contents of the Old Testament itself, which in many cases is read against its Ancient Near Eastern background.

    Enrolment Due Date: 18 January 2019
    Admin Date: 5 February 2019
    Census Date: 5 February 2019
    Withdrawal Date: 1 April 2019

  • MML Action Research Seminar

    Karina Kreminski

    Delivery: Intensive
    On-Campus Days: 27-28 February 2019

    This is a two day intensive which covers the area of action research methodology for use in projects (insert appropriate project until codes). This is suitable for students who want a practical approach with a theoretical base as they complete the projects for their courses. In this intensive we include methodology, design, process and how to put together a proposal for the ethics committee. This is essential for MML students but also helpful for those who want to do practical research in their fields or contexts.

  • Cultural Exegesis (EM722i)

    Darrell Jackson and Karina Kreminski

    Unit Code: EM722i
    Delivery: Semi-Intensive
    Dates: 4 February - 7 June 2019
    On-Campus Days: 4-6 March, 20-21 May

    How do we better relate to our workplace, neighbourhood and society? The first step is to be able to exegete our culture. In the same way that we place importance on exegeting scripture, we must also be able to analyse our culture in order to see how the stories which are embedded in our contexts connect with the greater Story of the reign of God. As leaders we need to be conversant with our culture(s) in order to better lead our organisations and churches to understand and participate with the mission of God. In this unit students will learn the principles behind cultural analysis and how theology and culture intersect. They will also learn to devise appropriate strategies for cultural engagement so that effective communication to cultures and sub-cultures occurs. The course is aimed at leaders and practitioners who want to better be able to communicate and embody the gospel in a rapidly changing world but who understand that intelligent, creative reflection and analysis is needed as a first step.

    Enrolment Due Date: 1 February 2019
    Admin Date: 5 February 2019
    Census Date: 15 March 2019
    Withdrawal Date: 20 April 2019

  • Ministry with Non-Church Youth (DM413i, DM613i)

    Steve Dixon

    Unit Code: DM413i, DM613i
    Delivery: Blended Intensive
    Dates: 4 March - 7 June 2019
    On-Campus Days: 4 March, 25 March, 8 April, 13 May, 27 May

    This Unit gives students the skills with which to identify and understand the characteristics of and issues facing adolescents in Australia. In addition, students explore how to develop leadership teams and programs to connect with non-church youth and how to share the Gospel. Students learn strategies and models for conducting evangelistic outreach, as well as hear from youth organisations such as Power to Change, Scripture Union, Generate Ministries and Word of Life. They also develop a theology of mission with non-church youth, and think through the relationships between secular and Christian bodies working with youth in Australian society.

    Enrolment Due Date: 1 February 2019
    Admin Date: 25 March 2019
    Census Date: 15 March 2019
    Withdrawal Date: 1 May 2019

  • Interpreting and Applying Ephesians (NT705i)

    David Starling

    Unit Code: NT705i
    Delivery: Semi-Intensive
    Dates: 18 February - 7 June 2019
    On-Campus Days: 1 March, 22 March, 12 April, 10 May, 24 May

    This unit focuses on the exegesis, interpretation and application of Ephesians. It also includes an opportunity to investigate selected themes from the letter and their contemporary implications for Christian living and Christian ministry. Such themes include the letter’s perspective on salvation, Christology, the church, eschatology, ethics, household relationships, mission, spiritual warfare and the Holy Spirit.

    Enrolment Due Date: 1 February 2019
    Admin Date: 22 March 2019
    Census Date: 15 March 2019
    Withdrawal Date: 1 May 2019

  • Atonement and the Doctrine of God (TH706i)

    Matt Andrew

    Unit Code: TH706i
    Delivery: Semi-Intensive
    Dates: 18 February - 7 June 2019
    On-Campus Days: 17-18 May

    At the heart of the Christian faith is the belief that Jesus’ saving work fundamentally changed something for us. But what is the nature of this change? And how does it cohere with God’s nature as the trinitarian God of love? In this unit we will be exploring these questions in light of the biblical witness, the broader tradition, and contemporary questions such as the place of violence in the atonement. The unit aims to equip you to be able to faithfully articulate and apply the narrative of salvation in your own context and ministry.

    Enrolment Due Date: 1 February 2019
    Admin Date: 22 March 2019
    Census Date: 15 March 2019
    Withdrawal Date: 1 May 2019

  • Global Migration, Diaspora and the Mission of God (EM489i, EM689i, EM713i)

    Darrell Jackson

    Unit Code: EM489i, EM689i, EM713i
    Delivery: Intensive
    Dates: 4 January - 31 May 2019
    On-Campus Days: 4-6 February, 3 May, 24 May

    This unit is designed to equip students to better understand, appreciate, and respond in a biblically and theologically robust manner to migrant individuals, families, and communities in a context of global and local migration, and to do so as leaders and members of churches and mission agencies. Through an in-depth, critical introduction to the phenomenon of migration and the migrant, students will be introduced to the key concepts and themes of migration and diaspora.

    Enrolment Due Date: 4 January 2019
    Admin Date: 5 February 2019
    Census Date: 5 February 2019
    Withdrawal Date: 3 April 2019

2019 Year-Long Semi-Intensives

Our two year long semi-intensives are both certificates designed to train people for specific ministries - Church Planting, Children's Ministry or Youth Ministry.

  • SENT Church Planting (PC244i, PC444i, PC644i, PC710i)

    Karina Kreminski and Jamie Freeman

    Unit Code: PC244i, PC444i, PC644i, PC710i
    Delivery: Semi-Intensive
    On-Campus Days: 4 March, 9 May, 22 July, 5 September, 17 October

    SENT is Morling’s internal Church Planting Certificate. As a one-year part-time experience pioneering church planting leaders will be equipped to take the gospel to the world. SENT is for anyone who isn’t simply interested in “content download” but wants to be trained in an environment where practical application, relevant experience, and formation are crucial for learning. You will have the opportunity to connect with other church planters who have a dream for planting, as well as be trained by some of our best practitioners and theoreticians inside and outside of our denomination.

    For more information about SENT, click here.

    Enrolment Due Date: 1 February 2019
    Admin Date: 8 March 2019
    Census Date: 7 May 2019
    Withdrawal Date: 7 August 2019

  • IMPACT Children's or Youth Ministry Certificate (PC244i, PC444i, PC644i)

    Steve Dixon

    Unit Code: PC244i, PC444i, PC644i
    Delivery: Semi-Intensive
    On-Campus Days: (see below for dates for each stream)

    Children's Ministry:

    • Thursday 14 March - Attend Lecture at Morling
    • Wednesday 22 May - Attend Lecture at Morling
    • Monday 12 August - Attend Lecture at Morling
    • September 30 - 3 October - Attend Activate Children’s Ministry Leadership Conference

    Youth Ministry:

    • February 5-7 - Attend Baptist Youth and Emerging Leaders Conference
    • Thursday 14 March - Attend Lecture at Morling
    • Wednesday 22 May - Attend Lecture at Morling
    • Monday 12 August - Attend Lecture at Morling

    “Impact” is a one year course designed to help equip you for ministry with children or teenagers, by exploring different approaches to ministry, Australian culture, healthy personal practices and effective programming. You will also get connected with practitioners from across NSW and ACT. Impact builds on your involvement with your local church, by helping to build good theory upon which to develop your approach, through engaging with guided readings, and a network of practitioners you can learn from.

    For more information about IMPACT, click here.

    Enrolment Due Date: 1 February 2019
    Admin Date: 8 March 2019
    Census Date: 5 May 2019
    Withdrawal Date: 7 August 2019


HOW TO ENROL 

Existing ACT/Morling Students:
  1. Enrol ONLINE here, or
  2. Complete the normal Enrolment Form (found on Moodle) and return to the Registrar's Department - registrar@morling.edu.au. (Intensives and Summer School Online enrolments can also be included on your semester 1 or 2 enrolment form).
New Students

Before enrolling in any Summer School or Intensive units, new students will need to complete the Student Application process. We strongly encourage you to contact us early, to discuss your study options and eligibility. Use one of the forms on this page to apply now as either a full-time or part-time student. 

CASUAL ENROLMENTS

Casual enrolments are available for anyone who wishes to attend an intensive unit, but does not want to complete assessment tasks or gain credit towards an award. You can download the Casual Enrolment Form here.

For more information

Have questions about Intensives, Blended Units or Summer School Online? Contact us and we'll be happy to help you get started. 

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

UNDERGRADUATE INTENSIVES

Currently, Morling offers Intensive Study Units for those striving to obtain the following undergraduate degrees: Bachelor of Ministry, Bachelor of Theology, Bachelor of Christian Studies, and Associative Degree in Theology.

GRADUATE AND POSTGRADUATE INTENSIVES

Currently, Morling offers Intensive Study Units for those striving to obtain the following graduate degrees: Graduate Diploma of Divinity, Graduate Diploma of Christian Studies, and Master of Divinity.

ACT REGULATIONS

The ACT limits the number of units which may be studied in intensive mode for undergraduate and graduate awards. All students should check the regulations for the award in which they are enrolled.

HOW DO INTENSIVES WORK?

Intensives are lectures given as a series over several consecutive days (generally a one-week period). Semi-intensives run over several non-consecutive days, spread over several weeks (for example, a series of Mondays). Each intensive unit is run differently, so it is important that you contact Morling College for information on when the intensives are scheduled, the prior reading requirements, and how frequently the unit is offered.

Because of the fast-paced nature of intensive units, we strongly recommend that you enquire with a faculty member of Morling if you are interested in attending these classes.

THE BENEFITS OF INTENSIVE UNITS

Many students at Morling are working professionals with families, commitments and a busy schedule. We understand that making time each week to attend lectures can be difficult. Intensive Units provide a way for students to gain the same quality of education at a pace that works around your busy schedule.

ON CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION DURING INTENSIVES

Casual accommodation in MRC should be booked through Tiana or Judith by email: accommodation@morling.edu.au or Phone: 02 8458 2320.

Students must book accommodation at least two weeks before the starting date of their booking for their accommodation to be guaranteed. Bookings less than two weeks before the start date may incur significant additional costs.

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