CSU’s Graduate Certificate in Ministry is a practice-oriented course and an excellent way for ministers to upskill as you reflect on your ministry practice.
The course comprises a single core subject on reflective practice in contemporary ministry, along with three electives. Electives permit you to explore such areas as pastoral counselling, supervision, church governance, management and leadership, applied pastoral theology, chaplaincy, and contemporary mission and evangelism.
This course will be available in 2019 and is a pathway into the Master of Ministry. (Completion of this course awards you with 32 out of the 96 required credit points for the Master of Ministry.)
The Graduate Certificate in Ministry aims to assist ministers and others in church leadership by providing skills in ministry to a range of contexts for professional practice.
The course aims to
Candidates for admission need to have
The Graduate Certificate comprises 4 subjects, beginning with a core subject that introduces reflective practice in contemporary ministry.
Students may then choose to study any 3 of the electives listed below. A full list of subjects and electives will be available on the CSU website late in 2018.
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.