CSU’s Master of Ministry gives current ministers the practical skills and knowledge to step up in their professional practice.
This is a practical, ministry-oriented course for qualified ministers, pastoral workers, chaplains and church leaders looking to reflect on contemporary ministry practice.
This course can be taken part-time to suit current work and family commitments while you undertake your professional development.
You will need the following qualifications to be eligible for this course.
16 points of Transfer Credit towards General Electives may be granted for the completion of either:
This degree consists of 96 points comprising three core subjects (32 points). Subjects have a value of 8 points unless otherwise stated.
MINISTRY IN CONTEXT
ADDITIONAL MINISTRY ELECTIVE
Students choose a further 32 points from any of the restricted electives listed above, and may include the following:
Charles Sturt University will be accepting applications for this course from late 2018. If you would like to be contacted when applications open for this course, please leave your details below.