The Master of Divinity makes the content of the BTh course available at Masters level for people who already have a degree in another field. The aim of this degree is to guide graduate students in a systematic manner to the acquisition of the body of coherent knowledge that is the classical discipline of theology as a means not only of preparing men and women for the responsibility of communicating Christian knowledge but also for advanced degrees in theology and ministry.
The Master of Ministry introduces graduate students to the sources and content of the Christian story and message, and provides training which emphasizes application and practice of this story and message in the contemporary world. The aim of this degree is to guide graduate students to specialise in disciplines wherein the knowledge of God applies to ministry and practice. Students will also integrate studies in the Bible and Christian tradition with practical experience, including supervised practice based learned where appropriate.
Both degrees are conferred by the Australian College of Theology.