Master of Theology (Coursework) [MTh]
CRICOS code: 096387D (Accredited through UD)
The Master of Theology (Coursework) enables students with an undergraduate degree in theology or ministry to apply an advanced body of knowledge in theology and its associated disciplines. Students deepen their engagement with select areas of study to prepare them for professional practice and further learning.
Enquiries regarding admission—please contact the ALC Dean, Dr Stephen Haar (Deans.Office@alc.edu.au).
Graduates of the Master of Theology (Coursework):
- have advanced knowledge of sources, terms and concepts required in theology and its related disciplines
- have mastery of research principles and methods, including analytical and communication skills applicable to theology and its related disciplines
- have advanced skills of interpretation and critical reflection on a range of theological and related disciplines, with awareness of implications and applications to historical and contemporary issues and contexts, in order to generate and evaluate ideas for professional practice and further learning
- articulate and communicate knowledge and insights in theology and its related disciplines to specialist and non-specialist audiences
- apply relevant theological and hermeneutical skills through the execution of a substantial research-based project, capstone experience, theological synthesis or supervised ministry project.
Follow on study
Graduates who have completed a Research Essay to a specified standard may be eligible for admission to higher degrees by research.
The Master of Theology (Coursework) consists of 150 points comprised of:
- up to 30 points of foundational units in any discipline
- a capstone unit worth at least 15 points or a research essay
- further elective, praxis or capstone units to make up a total of 150 points.
- Successful completion of, or qualified to obtain, a Bachelor of Theology or Bachelor of Ministry, or a Master of Divinity from the University of Divinity, or an equivalent theological qualification (a Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma does not satisfy the admission requirements for this award).
- Where the first language is other than English please see the English Language Requirements Policy and Procedures.
For published information specific to this course, including the associated regulation, go to the Master of Theology (Coursework).
ALC operates with a policy of credit transfer and recognition of prior learning (RPL); see the Course Credit Policy.
- 2 years full-time (not less than 3 semesters)
- Up to five years part-time
- ALC offers units in a variety of study modes (also referred to as delivery modes).
Please see ALC study modes. For off campus study options see Off campus study.
Course updated: 07/12/2017 3:33pm