SOUTHERN SYDNEY CAMPUS
Morling College continues to lead the way in flexibly learning opportunities whether it be at our main Campus in Macquarie Park, or through our extensive online study options. From 2018, Morling College began running a Southern Sydney Campus.
Over a four-year cycle, students can complete the 8 units of a standard Diploma or Graduate Diploma. Both of these awards can subsequently be converted into a full degree or master’s award on the main campus or online. Both awards are eligible for the Australian Government’s FEE-HELP programme.
Where: Padstow Baptist Church
This location is 300m from Padstow railway station and bus interchange, and 2 minutes from the M5; there are a variety of food options nearby meaning you can grab dinner on the way!
When: Tuesday, 7pm – 9pm (During Semester Time)
Why did we start a Southern Sydney Learning Hub?
It is increasingly difficult to move around Sydney during peak times so Morling College wanted to give those living in the South (Sutherland Shire, St George, Canterbury, Bankstown, Campbelltown areas) a part-time study option that is much more conveniently located.
What are we offering in 2020?
In Semester 1, 2020, students will enrol in Christian Apologetics, PE007-612/712/812 at Morling College, and attend lectures at the Southern Sydney Campus. Students can then continue with their studies in Semester 2, 2020 by enrolling in Preaching I, PC047-612/712/812. Christian Apologetics will be taught by Ross Clifford, Philip Johnson and Grenville Kent, and Preaching I by Tim MacBride.
How: Enrol in PE007-612 (AQF Level 6), PE007-712 (AQF Level 7) or PE007-812 (AQF Level 8) for Semester 1, and PC047-612 (AQF Level 6), PC047-712 (AQF Level 7) or PC047-812 (AQF Level 8) for Semester 2 at Morling College (as an audit, degree or graduate student) and join the Southern Sydney Campus for tutoring and additional input from Morling College Faculty.
What will each unit be about?
- Christian Apologetics - Morling is committed to equipping the church to be at the forefront of sharing the relevance of the truth of the Christian faith in the marketplace and within the church. Apologetics equips students for preaching, Bible study, evangelism, and pastoral care. This course looks at movements such as ‘Spiritual not Religious’, ‘New Atheism’, ‘Nominalism’, historical attacks on faith, as well as the ways in which the giants of apologetics have shared the faith in the past. It gives students the chance to learn from some of the leading apologists in Australia.
- Preaching I - This unit introduces students to various theological and pastoral issues in preaching. It gives them basic techniques in exegesis and exposition, and equips them with skills necessary to begin a preaching ministry.
Any Questions? For more information contact us.