This Master of Ministry course is specifically designed for religious practitioners. Assessment and project tasks may be shaped by the student around their own ministry context. This provides an opportunity to bring new insight to the tasks of ministry and to apply critical enquiry to contemporary issues in ministry.
A Bachelor of Theology or a Graduate Diploma of Theology (with a Credit average), plus two years experience in ministry (pre- or post-degree) are the minimum entry requirements. Please contact the course co-ordinator if you are unsure about your eligibility.
For those who are looking toward a Doctor of Ministry, the Master of Ministry offers a research stream which, upon successful completion and the attainment of a Distinction average across the degree, will qualify you for entry to the Doctor of Ministry programme.
For more information contact Rev Dr Rhonda White on 02 8838 8925 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Call UTC to enrol for courses in 2018.
Phone 02 8838 8914
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32 credit points of Core Subjects
MIN500 Foundations of Church Ministry
MIN501 Guided Research
32 credit points of Restricted Electives in Mission and Leadership
MIN521 Applied Principles of Church Leadership
MIN 522 Advanced Seminar in Mission and Evangelism
32 credit points of General Elective
Students are encouraged to focus their electives in one or two discipline areas.
* The prerequisites of THL400 and THL420 apply to THL428, THL430, and THL432;
+ Students enrolling in any Religious and Values Education subjects below must demonstrate a requisite knowledge of this field prior to enrolling.
MIN540 Approaches to Enquiry in Ministry (16)
MIN541 Reflective Practitioner Perspectives in Ministry (16)
MIN550 Advanced Seminar in Chaplaincy (16)
THL400 Pastoral Counselling Skills
THL420 Pastoral Counselling: Theory and Professional Issues
THL428 Pastoral Counselling: Grief and Loss *
THL430 Pastoral Counselling: Crisis Intervention *
THL432 Pastoral Counselling: Relationship and Family *
THL434 Spiritual Direction in the Christian Tradition
THL435 Applied Pastoral Theology
THL470 Religious and Values Education in Context (16) +
THL518 Studies in Liturgy and Worship (16)
THL519 Contemporary Issues in Practical Theology (16)
THL521 Theological Ethics for the Helping Professions
THL540 Public Theology (16)
THL542 Political Theology (16)
THL544 Theology and Spirituality in Contemporary Engagement (16)
THL580 RaVE: Media, Popular Culture and the Arts (16) +
THL581 RaVE: Philosophical and Ethical Enquiry (16) +
Credit: 16 points of Transfer Credit will be granted for the completion of either:
An Advanced Unit of Clinical Pastoral Education (MIN41C); or
The Graduate Certificate in Supervision (MIN42C) (St Mark’s RTO, Canberra)