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 2021?
Students are invited to enrol as an audit, degree or graduate student in the following Morling College units, and attend lectures at the Southern Sydney Campus with tutoring and additional input from Morling College Faculty.
Semester 1, 2021 - Christinaity in History to 1550
CH001-512 (AQF Level 5), CH007-712 (AQF Level 7)
Lecturer: Edwina Murphy
Discover the story of Christianity, from its humble beginnings in Jerusalem, through to the tumultuous events of the Continental Reformation. Be inspired by the faithfulness of our forebears, as well as learn from their failures.
Classes start Tuesday 23th February 2021 at 6:45pm
Semester 2, 2021 - Pastoral Skills & Methods
PC003 (AQF Level 6, 7 & 8)
Lecturer: Keith Mitchel
This unit aims to equip students with skills and knowledge that will help them partner with God and others in the care of people. Integral to this unit is developing awareness of common and significant pastoral issues and growing in confidence to respond to the needs and life circumstances of people in a wide range of contexts. Students taking this unit will normally have completed a foundation level unit in Pastoral Care.
At the heart of this unit is our understanding that God calls us to partner with Him; inviting people to experience the love, grace, power and purpose found in Jesus Christ.
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