Papers Taught in Semester Two 2020

You will find that the papers offered in semester two 2020 are grouped by sub-discipline. Make sure that the courses you want to take will help you to complete your degree or diploma, rather than finding out later that they do not fit the requirements and therefore cannot be counted.

Learn more about the qualifications the College offers or simply find out how to enrol now.

A good place to start when selecting papers are the planning guides for the:

Bachelor’s Degree Planning Guide

Graduate Diploma Planning Guide

Here you can check out if the papers that interest you also fit the requirements of the qualification you’ve chosen to study towards.
Or simply find out how to enrol now.

How many papers do students take each semester?

This can vary depending on whether you are studying on-campus or by-distance, part-time or full-time. Refer to the planning guides above.

List of papers taught in Semester Two 2020

BIBLICAL STUDIES

B7214 Pentateuch     

CHRISTIAN ETHICS

Available to on-campus students only.  No distance mode.

E7346  Marriage, Family and Sexual Ethics

CHURCH HISTORY

There are no Church History courses available this semester.

LITURGY

L7200 Liturgical Rites

PASTORAL THEOLOGY

Available to on-campus and distance students.

P7101 Introduction to Pastoral Theology

P7235 Maori Pastoral Care

P7362 Canon Law and the Sacraments

P7376 The Psychology of Religious Vocation

SPIRITUALITY

There will be no Spirituality courses in  2020

THEOLOGY
Available to on-campus and distance students.<

T7101   Introduction to Theology.

T7333  Christology

  PHILOSOPHY

Available to on-campus and distance students

W7207  Logic and Critical Thinking .  

W7331 Kant to Postmodernism .

FURTHER INFORMATION ON PAPERS OFFERED

Please click on one or more of the following links for further information on papers offered at Good Shepherd College.

You can browse a full listing of the papers offered by subject, but be aware that not all the papers are available in any one year.

Courses taught in Semester One 2020 are available here.

 Weekly Timetable for Semester Two will be posted here when it is ready.

Biblical Studies

Church History

Humanities

Liturgical Studies

Pastoral Theology

Spirituality

Theology

Philosophy