Bachelor of Theology

The Bachelor of Theology is a level 7 award for those who want to attain a degree level qualification.

  • The whole award consists of 24 papers.
  • It requires three years of full-time study or the equivalent part-time.

  

 

What is the recommended programme?

The Bachelor of Theology is a very structured award with compulsory papers and rules guiding the selection of papers in order to fulfil the requirements of the degree.

  • Compulsory First Major: Theology
  • Compulsory Second Major in either Humanities in the Christian Tradition or Christian Life and Ministry
  • Compulsory Sub-Major in Biblical Studies

 

What papers should I start with?

100-level papers are the normal entry point to tertiary study, and the Bachelor of Theology specifies prerequisites that need to be completed before attempting the next stage of paper.

The following compulsory first year papers are a good place to start.

T7101 Introduction to Theology  for the First-Major

B7110 Introduction to Biblical Studies  for the Sub-Major

 

 

What background do I need?

Applicants must have a University Entrance qualification or seek special admission if 21 years of age or over.

 

What is the next step?

Now that you’ve decided upon the qualification you want to study towards, the next step is to select the papers that will help you complete your Bachelor’s degree.

If you have already selected papers you’re ready to enrol now.

 

 


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