Master of Ministry

Developing the pastoral and ministry skills of qualified ministers, pastoral workers, chaplains and church leaders.

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Master of Ministry

CSU’s Master of Ministry gives current ministers the practical skills and knowledge to step up in their professional practice.

It’s the course of choice for qualified ministers, pastoral workers, chaplains and church leaders looking for training and the opportunity to focus deeply on particular areas of your practice while being mindful of the broader context in contemporary ministry.

This course can be taken part-time to suit current busy work and family lives while you undertake your professional development.

FULL COURSE DETAILS ARE AVAILABLE ON THE CSU WEBSITE.

  • 1.5 years full-time
  • 3-4 years part-time
  • Online or on-campus with possible residential school components for select electives
  • Available on campus in Canberra

You will need the following qualifications to be eligible for this course.

  • An undergraduate degree in Theology from a recognised Australian university or equivalent; or hold the Graduate Diploma of Theology with a Credit average or higher;
    and
  • At least two years of full-time professional experience in ministry.

Credit

16 points of Transfer Credit towards General Electives may be granted for the completion of either:

This degree consists of 96 points comprising two core subjects (32 points). Subjects have a value of 8 points unless otherwise stated.

Core Subject

  • MIN400 — Reflective Practice in Contemporary Ministry (8 points)
  • MIN404 — Supervision in Ministry
  • MIN501 — Guided Research in Ministry (16 points)(final subject)

VISIT CSU’S WEBSITE FOR FULL COURSE DETAILS AND LIST OF ELECTIVES.

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