Charles Sturt University’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 Masters by course work for qualified ministers, pastoral workers, chaplains and church leaders looking to reflect on contemporary ministry practice.
Students who complete MIN401 Supervision in Ministry (a core subject) and MIN525 Professional Supervision (an elective) can be recognised as an Associate Member of the Australian Association of Supervisors (AAOS).
This course can be taken part-time to suit current work and family commitments while you undertake your professional development.
Not ready to take on a full Masters yet? We also offer a Graduate Certificate in Ministry as well as an early exit point in this Masters so you could graduate with a Graduate Diploma in Ministry upon successful completion of the required subjects and electives.
Our course advisors are well placed to match your background and educational objectives to the course that would best suit your needs.
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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 course is part of an articulated program of study. Articulated programs allow you to build on your study to achieve the right level of qualification for you. Learn about our Graduate Certificate in Ministry.
This degree consists of 96 points comprising three core subjects (32 points). Subjects have a value of 8 points unless otherwise stated.
(Choose 32 points from one of the following fields)
*Professional Supervision 1 is a prerequisite for Professional Supervision 2 and Group and Peer Supervision.
*Pastoral Counselling Skills and Pastoral Counselling: Theory and Profesional Issues are prerequisites for Pastoral Counselling: Grief and Loss; Pastoral Counselling: Crisis Intervention; and, Pastoral Counselling: Relationship and Family.
Students choose a further 32 points from any of the restricted electives listed above, and may include the following: