Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Graduate Diploma in Church History enables students to access the historical record and study the primary sources of the Christian tradition. Students learn to apply the skills of historical methodology in the research and preparation of academic work in this discipline. It serves as a pathway to further study and a means of engaging the historical basis for the development of Christian theology. Graduates are equipped to articulate in a critical way the Church's divergent historical contexts which have shaped Christian theology.
The Graduate Diploma in Church History consists of 90 points comprised of 60 points in the discipline of Church History and a further 30 points.
- Church history
Standard entry requirements
Successful completion of an undergraduate degree, or an approved equivalent
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|Catholic Theological College||International: $13,716||No|