The Diploma of Ministry
To study a Diploma of Ministry at Malyon Theological College is to study one of the most popular courses undertaken by students, particularly for those who are considering starting a future in vocational ministry. The Diploma of Ministry is a springboard for many vocational ministry opportunities that may require at least this level of qualification as it provides a balance of training in both Bible and practical areas.
A Diploma of Ministry is 1 Year Full-Time or up to 5.5 Years Part-Time and consists of a total of 8 units/subjects of study.
The entry requirements: ATAR of 65 or better; or AQF level 5 or above; an Academic Entrance Test may be required – View ACT Coursework Course Enrolment Policy
Costs: Fees are charged per unit/subject and are $2,679* per unit
* unit fees may change annually and are set by the Australian College of Theology.
Aim: The Diploma of Ministry aims to emphasise the application of biblical knowledge to Christian ministry in different contemporary context, relevant to the fields of Evangelism, Cross-cultural mission, Pastoring, and Chaplaincy to name a few.
For more detailed information visit the ACT’s course info page: https://www.actheology.edu.au/course/DIPMIN20/
Head to https://www.malyon.edu.au/admission-requirements/ where you can check out all the enrolment requirements and download an enrolment application form. Alternatively, reach out to our team via email@example.com for assistance.
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