Keen to dip your toe into theology but can’t commit to a full degree?
Through the CSU School of Theology and St Marks, some subjects are available for ‘Single Subject Study.’
See the full list of eligible courses available for Single Subject Study enrolment. [Scroll down past subjects beginning with ‘ISL’ to find those offered by St Mark’s and the School of Theology, which start with MIN, THL or THP.]
To join us on campus in Barton, ACT, make sure to select courses offered “On Campus” and “Canberra.”
Single Subject Fees are the same cost as if you were enrolled in a degree program and do not differ between online or on-campus. Fees are payable up front and unfortunately cannot be deferred through the ATO HELP scheme.
In 2022, a 100 level subject cost $2400. For the latest fee information, please see the CSU website.
Yes, if you choose to later enrol in a degree program, your subject will count as credit (as long as it is part of that course program).
Yes, studying a single subject means you are enrolled as a student. This means you are expected to complete readings, class tasks and any assessment tasks in order for you to satisfactorily pass the course.
Auditing is a way of participating in classes without completing assessment tasks (and so not receiving any credit to further study). Auditing is restricted to a small number of 100 or 200 level courses each semester. Please contact St Marks Administration for information on available courses for auditing.