The Master of Arts (Theological Studies) is specifically designed for students who already have an undergraduate degree in another discipline, and extends our successful Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma in Theology program.
Taught from a faith-oriented perspective, this Masters by coursework gives you a broad and solid foundation in the major areas of theological study including biblical studies, church history, practical theology and systematic theology.
Integrated with practical experience, the course offers a flexible learning environment and is available online and on campus. Successful completion of the Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma in Theology can be credited toward this course.
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- 3 years part-time
- 1.5 years full-time
- Online (Distance Education)
- On-campus (Canberra)
Applicants must hold an undergraduate degree from an approved tertiary institution, other than an undergraduate degree in Theology.
To enrol, students apply directly to Charles Sturt University.
The Masters of Arts (Theological Studies) is a 96-point program comprising six core subjects (48 points) and six electives (48 points).
- Introduction to Christian Theology
- Introduction to Old Testament Studies
- Introduction to New Testament Studies
- Early Church History
- Jesus the Christ
- Guided Research in Theology
- Anglican Foundations
- Being the Church
- Biblical Hebrew 1
- Biblical Hebrew 2
- Biblical Hebrew 3
- Christian Worship
- Christianity in Australian History
- Ecological Theology
- Global Christianity since 1700
- God and Humanity
- Judaism and Early Christianity
- Mission, Evangelism and Apologetics
- New Testament Greek 1
- New Testament Greek 2
- New Testament Greek 3
- Old Testament History and Narrative
- Pastoral Care
- Practical Theology
- Sacramental Theology
- The Diaconate
- The European Reformations
- The Pentateuch
- The Synoptic Gospels
- The Triune God
- Theological Ethics
- World Religions and Christian Theology