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1 K N O W I N G T R A I N I N G T O God serve degree, diploma and graduate PLANNING GUIDE 2012 A Library copy of the Planning Guide must never be taken from the Library Use it in the Library and return it to the table at the main entrance to the Library Students are advised to photocopy relevant sections for personal use M O R L I N G C O L L E G E The Baptist Bible and Theological College of NSW

2 M O R L I N G C O L L E G E The Baptist Bible and Theological College of NSW 120 Herring Rd, MACQUARIE PARK, NSW 2113 PHONE: (02) FAX: (02) WEBSITE:

3 Guide contents Introduction Page 5 Diploma studies Diploma of Ministry (ACT) 9 Diploma of Theology (ACT) 10 Advanced Diploma of Ministry (ACT) 11 Advanced Diploma of Theology (ACT) 12 Degree studies Bachelor of Theology (including Honours) (ACT) 15 Bachelor of Ministry (including Honours) (ACT) 17 Bachelor of Christian Studies (ACT) 19 Associate Degree of Theology 20 Early graduation from Degree to Diploma XX Bachelor of Theology (ACT) and Morling award 21 Bachelor of Ministry (ACT) and Morling award 24 Graduate studies Master of Divinity (ACT) 29 Master of Divinity (ACT) and Morling award 31 Graduate Diploma of Divinity (ACT) 34 Graduate Diploma in Christian Studies (ACT) 35 Chaplaincy Studies Chaplaincy Major within an ACT Award 36 Fourth Year Program Graduate Diploma in Ministry (ACT) 36 Morling 3- and 4-Year Award requirements [3-yr] Graduate in Christian Ministries 39 [4-yr] Graduate in Christian Ministries (Advanced) 40 Unit schedules 44

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5 Introduction The Planning Guide includes information on how to plan your course and unit schedules indicating the years when the units will be offered. You will see that some units are offered every year and others in alternate years. The schedule is not a guarantee that a given unit will be available in a particular year. Changed circumstances can lead to variations. Units are grouped into nine unit fields: Languages (LA), Old Testament (OT), New Testament (NT), Theology (TH), Church History (CH), Philosophy and Ethics (PE), Evangelism and Mission (EM), Pastoral Church Focussed Ministries (PC) and Developmental Ministry (DM). Morling internal Three- and Four-Year Awards Some students will wish to complete a standard Morling three or four award in addition to the completion of a BMin, BTh, MDiv or three year combined Advanced Diplomas of Theology & Ministry. Information concerning the requirements of the two standard Morling awards is provided in this Planning Guide (see the table of contents). You are advised to make a photocopy. ACT Graduate Diploma in Ministry BTh and BMin students who wish to receive the Four-Year Morling award (which fulfils the academic requirements for Baptist Accreditation) have the opportunity to complete a Graduate Diploma in Ministry within their Fourth Year program. This constitutes a special and separate strand for fourth year students. Some students, however may be unable to take advantage of the Graduate Diploma in Ministry. In this case, you are able to complete an Advanced Diploma together with your degree, or use internal units in your fourth year. Consult with Keith Mitchell. Graduate Certificate/Diploma in Counselling No information (other than the unit schedule) is provided here about these awards. See your Course Advisor if you are interested in these awards now or in the future. This could affect your choice of units. A booklet giving full details is available from the office. Master of Arts (Christian Studies) and Master of Arts (Theology/Ministry) See the Postgraduate Co-ordinator, Dr. Graham Hill Enrolment with the ACT In addition to enrolling for each unit at Morling College, it is also necessary to enrol with the ACT. This is done by enrolling on both Morling and ACT enrolment forms, which are usually supplied together. There is a small ACT Administration fee per unit which Morling pays to the ACT. It is your responsibility to indicate whether your units are to be enrolled with the ACT. See the Academic Registrar for further details. Introduction 5

6 A Note About GUIDED SPIRITUAL FORMATION (formerly SEBL ) (2008 and subsequent years) Morling College requires that all full-time students must enrol in Guided Spiritual Formation. From Semester a new procedure for Guided Spiritual Formation will operate. Until 2007, Morling College required students to do Guided Spiritual Formation over six semesters, and required them to pay only the ACT Registration fee for Guided Spiritual Formation, and only in the last of those six semesters. Additionally, where they attended a day-workshop as part of Guided Spiritual Formation, students were charged $50 to cover costs for that workshop. Students completing Guided Spiritual Formation who began it before 2008 will continue to pay only the ACT registration fee for the unit, and the ACT will accept four semesters of Guided Spiritual Formation for full credit for the unit towards an Award. Any pre-2008 Guided Spiritual Formation student now need only complete four semesters of Guided Spiritual Formation in order for it to be credited to an Award; it is possible to enrol retrospectively in any discrete quarters of Guided Spiritual Formation already completed, plus the quarter to be completed in Semester , and pay the respective quarters of the ACT Registration fee. This will be made clear on the enrolment forms. Gradually the need for this will fade away as earlier students complete Guided Spiritual Formation. Students who began Guided Spiritual Formation ( SEBL ) in 2008 or later will pay the usual Morling unit fee for Guided Spiritual Formation (as well as the ACT Registration fee) divided into quarters, and will enrol in each semester-length quarter of SEBL as a discrete unit. This will be made clear on the enrolment forms. After all four quarters have been completed the unit will be credited to the student s Award. Guided Spiritual Formation is compulsory for two Awards (the Bachelor of Ministry and the Advanced Diploma of Ministry). Where Guided Spiritual Formation is not required for the student s Award, Morling requires that a full-time student do Guided Spiritual Formation anyway, and if the student does not wish Guided Spiritual Formation to count towards the Award, the student may choose an additional unit for which Morling will waive 100% of the Morling tuition fee (only the ACT Registration fee need be paid for this unit.) Guided Spiritual Formation after four semesters Because Morling College requires all full-time students to be involved in Guided Spiritual Formation -type activities, after the fourth semester of Guided Spiritual Formation, when ACT requirements for the unit have been met, 3rd & 4th year: full-time students will continue Guided Spiritual Formation, but not as an ACT enrolment. They will register for Guided Spiritual Formation with the Dean of Students (Guided Spiritual Formation Coordinator) and it will appear on their enrolment forms as an Internal unit with the codes MC149E, F, G and H. It is especially important for Accreditation students that they continue in Guided Spiritual Formation through a total of eight semesters. These additional semesters will cost nothing to students, unless a student chooses to attend a group led by a visiting facilitator.

7 Diploma studies Diploma of Ministry (ACT) Diploma of Theology (ACT) Advanced Diploma of Ministry (ACT) Advanced Diploma of Theology (ACT) Graduate diploma studies 7

8 Diploma of Ministry (ACT) Course requirements The Diploma of Ministry requires the completion of 12 units (48 credit points). The core units must be completed by all students: TWO Old Testament introduction units (eight credit points): OT201 Old Testament Foundations OT202 Old Testament Prophets & Writings TWO New Testament introduction units (eight credit points): NT201 Content and Setting of the Gospel Tradition NT202 Early New Testament Church ONE church history unit (four credit points): CH201 The Church to 1550 or EM202 History of Missions (CH202 The Church from 1550 may be possible by Distance Education) ONE theology unit (four credit points): TH210 Doctrine of God and Work of Christ or TH211 The Holy Spirit, Grace and Hope In addition to these core units, Morling students will complete SIX other units: TWO exegesis units: one from Old Testament and one from New Testament TWO units in the fields of EM (Evangelism and Mission), PC (Pastoral and Church Focussed Ministry) and DM (Developmental Ministry). At least two fields should be represented. TWO elective units Planning your course The sequence below should not be varied without consultation with the Diploma Course Adviser. Please note: unit availability is indicated in the Unit Schedules included in this Planning Guide (see the table of contents) Year 1 Semester 1 OT201 Old Testament Foundations NT201 Content and Setting of the Gospel Tradition CH201 The Church to 1550 PC201 Ministry Formation MC149a Guided Spiritual Formation (internal) Year 2 Semester 1 TH210 Doctrine of God and Work of Christ New Testament exegesis Old Testament exegesis one at Degree level, if required Elective MC149c Guided Spiritual Formation (internal) Semester 2 OT202 Old Testament Prophets & Writings NT202 Early New Testament Church Elective (e.g. EM202 History of Missions) EM223 Foundations of Evangelism MC149b Guided Spiritual Formation (internal) From 2012 this Award is 48 cps (3 semesters) long; this is not long enough to complete all four quarters of Guided Spiritual Formation. Full-time students are required to do GSF, so they would probably do it internally. Part-time students would probably omit it from the Award. It is possible (from 2012) to complete the Diploma of Ministry in one year of full-time study by completing 8 units (32 cps) at Bachelor-Degree level. See the page early graduation from Degree to Diploma in this Guide. 8 Degree studies

9 Diploma of Theology (ACT) Course requirements The DipTh requires the completion of 12 units (48 credit points). The core units must be completed by all students: TWO Old Testament introduction units (eight credit points): OT201 Old Testament Foundations OT202 Old Testament Prophets & Writings TWO New Testament introduction units (eight credit points): NT201 Content and Setting of the Gospel Tradition NT202 Early New Testament Church ONE church history unit (four credit points): CH201 The Church to 1550 or EM202 History of Missions (CH202 The Church from 1550 may be possible by Distance Education) ONE theology unit (four credit points): TH210 Doctrine of God and Work of Christ or TH211 The Holy Spirit, Grace and Hope In addition to these core units, Morling students will complete SIX other units including: TWO exegesis units: one from Old Testament and one from New Testament ONE additional Theology unit (the one not done in the Core list above) ONE additional Church History unit (the one not done in the Core list above) TWO elective units Planning your course The sequence below should not be varied without consultation with the Diploma Course Adviser. Please note: Year 1 unit availability is indicated in the Unit Schedules included in this Planning Guide (see the table of contents) Semester 1 Semester 2 OT201 Old Testament Foundations OT202 Old Testament Prophets & Writings NT201 Content and Setting of the Gospel Tradition NT202 Early New Testament Church CH201 The Church to 1550 EM202 History of Missions Elective PC201 Ministry Formation Elective EM223 Foundations for Evangelism MC149a Guided Spiritual Formation (internal) MC149b Guided Spiritual Formation (internal) Year 2 Because this Award requires two TH units, which are not both offered in a single semester, it may not be possible to sustain a full-time enrolment after first year. Sometimes an Exegesis unit may have to be taken at Degree level. From 2012 this Award is 48 cps (3 semesters) long; this is not long enough to complete all four quarters of Guided Spiritual Formation. Full-time students are required to do GSF, so they would probably do it internally in the first year as shown above. Part-time students would probably omit GSF from the Award. It is possible (from 2012) to complete the Diploma of Theology in one year of full-time study by completing 8 units (32 cps) at Bachelor-Degree level. See the page early graduation from Degree to Diploma in this Guide. Graduate diploma studies 9

10 Advanced Diploma of Ministry (ACT) Advanced Diploma of Ministry course requirements The Advanced Diploma of Ministry requires the completion of 16 units (64 credit points). The core units must be completed by all students: TWO Old Testament introduction units (eight credit points): OT201 Old Testament Foundations OT202 Old Testament Prophets & Writings TWO New Testament introduction units (eight credit points): NT201 Content and Setting of the Gospel Tradition NT202 Early New Testament Church ONE church history unit (four credit points): CH201 The Church to 1550 or EM202 History of Missions (CH202 The Church from 1550 may be possible by Distance Education) ONE theology unit (four credit points): TH210 Doctrine of God and Work of Christ or TH211 The Holy Spirit, Grace and Hope In addition to these core units, Morling students will complete TEN other units including: TWO exegesis units: one from Old Testament and one from New Testament FOUR units in the fields of EM (Evangelism and Mission), PC (Pastoral and Church Focussed Ministry) and DM (Developmental Ministry): a minimum of one unit must be chosen from each of two fields (PC249 SEBL is not counted as one of these five units). THREE elective units PC249 (a,b,c,d) Guided Spiritual Formation (4 credit points; formerly called SEBL ). Students must enrol in it with the ACT in each of four semesters for one credit point per semester, and pay one-quarter of the Morling College and ACT fee per semester. Planning your course The sequence below should not be varied without consultation with the Diploma Course Adviser. Please note: Year 1 unit availability is indicated in the Unit Schedules included in this Planning Guide (see the table of contents) Semester 1 Semester 2 OT201 Old Testament Foundations OT202 Old Testament Prophets & Writings NT201 Content and Setting of the Gospel Tradition NT202 Early New Testament Church CH201 The Church to 1550 EM202 History of Missions (OR CH302) PC201 Ministry Formation EM223 Foundations of Evangelism PC249a Guided Spiritual Formation PC249b Guided Spiritual Formation Year 2 Semester 1 Semester 2 TH210 Doctrine of God and Work of Christ New or Old Testament Exegesis New or Old Testament Exegesis EM, DM, or PC unit EM, DM, or PC unit Elective Elective PC249d Guided Spiritual Formation PC249c Guided Spiritual Formation 10 Degree studies

11 Please Note: 4 units within the Advanced Diploma of Ministry MUST be completed at Degree level. It is recommended that these be CH302 (instead of EM202) and/or the Exegesis units, and/or the Electives, and/or the EM, DM, PC units. The above sequence is for full-time students. Part-time students will need to adapt it, and should be careful to note that Guided Spiritual Formation is a compulsory unit in the BMin degree. It is possible (from 2012) to complete the Advanced Diploma of Ministry in one year of full-time study by completing 12 units (48 cps) at Bachelor-Degree level. See the page early graduation from Degree to Diploma in this Guide. For students who are aiming at the Morling Three-Year Award, you need to include one Missiology unit, and PE211 Ethics and Contemporary Problems. You also need to take a Field Education in your second year. PC201 Ministry Formation (Year 1) is a pre-requisite for Field Education. Field Education is a prerequisite for PC235 Principles of Leadership and Management (or for the internal units MC461 and MC462). Graduate diploma studies 11

12 Advanced Diploma of Theology (ACT) Advanced Diploma of Theology course requirements The Advanced Diploma of Ministry requires the completion of 16 units (64 credit points). The core units must be completed by all students: TWO Old Testament introduction units (eight credit points): OT201 Old Testament Foundations OT202 Old Testament Prophets & Writings TWO New Testament introduction units (eight credit points): NT201 Content and Setting of the Gospel Tradition NT202 Early New Testament Church ONE church history unit (four credit points): CH201 The Church to 1550 or EM202 History of Missions (CH202 The Church from 1550 may be possible by Distance Education) ONE theology unit (four credit points): TH210 Doctrine of God and Work of Christ or TH211 The Holy Spirit, Grace and Hope In addition to these core units, Morling students will complete TEN other units including: TWO exegesis units: one from Old Testament and one from New Testament ONE additional TH unit (the one not done in the Core list above) ONE additional CH unit (the one not done in the Core list above) FIVE elective units PC249 (a,b,c,d) Guided Spiritual Formation (4 credit points; formerly called SEBL ). Students must enrol in it with the ACT in each of four semesters for one credit point per semester, and pay one-quarter of the Morling College and ACT fee per semester. Planning your course The sequence below should not be varied without consultation with the Diploma Course Adviser. Please note: Year 1 unit availability is indicated in the Unit Schedules included in this Planning Guide (see the table of contents) Semester 1 Semester 2 OT201 Old Testament Foundations OT202 Old Testament Prophets & Writings NT201 Content and Setting of the Gospel Tradition NT202 Early New Testament Church CH201 The Church to 1550 EM202 History of Missions (OR CH302) Elective PC201 Ministry Formation Elective EM223 Foundations of Evangelism PC249a Guided Spiritual Formation PC249b Guided Spiritual Formation Year 2 Semester 1 Semester 2 TH210 Doctrine of God and Work of Christ TH210 Doctrine of God and Work of Christ New or Old Testament Exegesis New or Old Testament Exegesis Elective Elective Elective Elective PC249c Guided Spiritual Formation PC249d Guided Spiritual Formation 12 Degree studies

13 Please Note: any 4 units within the Advanced Diploma of Theology MUST be completed at Degree level. It is recommended that these be CH302 (instead of EM202) and/or the Exegesis units, and/or the Electives, and/or the Elective units. It is possible (from 2012) to complete the Advanced Diploma of Theology in one year of full-time study by completing 12 units (48 cps) at Bachelor-Degree level. See the page early graduation from Degree to Diploma in this Guide. For students who are aiming at the Morling Three-Year Award, you need to include one Missiology unit, and PE211 Ethics and Contemporary Problems. For students who are aiming at the Morling Three-Year Award, you need to include one Missiology unit, and PE211 Ethics and Contemporary Problems. You also need to take a Field Education in your second year. PC201 Ministry Formation (Year 1) is a pre-requisite for Field Education. Field Education is a prerequisite for PC235 Principles of Leadership and Management (or for the internal units MC461 and MC462). Graduate diploma studies 13

14 Degree studies Bachelor of Theology (including honours) (ACT) Bachelor of Ministry (including Honours) (ACT) Bachelor of Christian Studies (ACT) Associate Degree of Theology (ACT) Early Graduation from Degree to Diploma Bachelor of Theology (ACT), Graduate Diploma in Ministry (ACT) and Morling Four-Year Award Bachelor of Ministry (ACT), Graduate Diploma in Ministry (ACT) and Morling Four-Year Award

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16 Bachelor of Theology (ACT) Morling Three- and Four-Year Awards The standard Morling Three- and Four-Year Awards require the completion of particular units. The Graduate in Christian Ministries (Advanced) is for students seeking to fulfil Baptist Accreditation requirements and for those seeking the same training as Baptist ministers. A statement of requirements is available in this Planning Guide (see the table of contents). Make your own photocopy of these requirements. Morling Three-Year Award The standard Morling award Graduate in Christian Ministries requires the completion of particular units. Usually these requirements are met within the structure of any of the 3-year ACT awards, such as the BTh or BMin. A statement of requirements is available in this Planning Guide (see the table of contents). Make your own photocopy of these requirements. The twenty-fifth unit will be taken in the third year. BTh course requirements The BTh requires the completion of 24 semester-length units, each uniformly worth four credit points, hence a total of 96 credit points. The 18 units listed below are compulsory. The remaining six units are electives: LA004a/b New Testament Greek (two units/each worth four credit points) and/or LA003a/b Biblical Hebrew (if two languages are taken, then one counts as two elective units). OT301 Old Testament Foundations and OT302 Old Testament Prophets & Writings NT301 Content and Setting of the Gospel Tradition and NT302 Early New Testament Church CH301 The Church to 1550 and CH302 The Church from 1550 (or EM302 History of Missions) TH401 Knowledge of God, TH402 Doctrine of God and Work of Christ, TH403 Doctrines of Grace, and Eschatology and TH404 Church, Sacraments and Ministry at least three Old Testament and three New Testament exegesis units, including at least two in Greek or Hebrew Please note that: no more than ten 300 level units (foundational units) can be taken for credit (Languages are 000 subejcts and do not count in this number); 400 level units are advanced units PC449 (a,b,c,d) Guided Spiritual Formation (four credit points). Guided Spiritual Formation is not a compulsory BTh unit but Morling expects all full time BTh students to complete it (see notes on Guided Spiritual Formation earlier in this booklet). Students must enrol in it with the ACT in each of four semesters for one credit point per semester, and pay one-quarter of the Morling and ACT fees per semester. units will normally have three contact hours per week (or equivalent; Guided Spiritual Formation is an exception and has fewer) Planning your course The sequence below should not be varied without consultation with the BTh Course Adviser. Please note: unit availability is indicated in the Unit Schedules section of this Planning Guide for details about prerequisites consult the ACT Manual it is not possible to complete the BTh by evening classes alone priority should be given to completing compulsory 300 level units (foundational) a maximum of nine years is allowed for completion of the BTh 16 Degree studies

17 Year 1 Semester 1 Semester 2 LA004a New Testament Greek LA004b New Testament Greek OT301 Old Testament Foundations OT302 Old Testament Prophets & Writings NT301 Content and Setting of the Gospel Tradition NT302 Early New Testament Church PC301 Ministry Formation EM324 Evangelism Principles or PC449a Guided Spiritual Formation or EM308 Cross Cultural Communication PC449b Guided Spiritual Formation If Biblical Hebrew is taken in addition to New Testament Greek it will normally be taken in Year Two, but consult with the BTh Course Adviser. Year 2 Semester 1 Semester 2 CH301 The Church to 1550 CH302 The Church from 1550 to Modern Times NT or OT exegesis (or elective unit) or EM302 History of Christian Missions TH401-TH404 Theology unit TH401-TH404 Theology unit NT410-NT435 New Testament exegesis (Greek) New Testament or Old Testament exegesis PC449c Guided Spiritual Formation Elective unit (or NT or OT exegesis) PC449d Guided Spiritual Formation Year 3 Semester 1 Semester 2 TH401-TH404 Theology unit TH401-TH404 Theology unit New Testament or Old Testament exegesis New Testament or Old Testament exegesis Elective Elective NT or OT exegesis (or elective unit) Guided Spiritual Formation (internal) Guided Spiritual Formation (internal) The above sequence is for full-time students. Part-time students will need to adapt it, and are not required to do Guided Spiritual Formation. Bachelor of Theology (Honours) (ACT) Students will follow the Year 1 and Year 2 programs outlined above. The normal requirements of the BTh will be fulfilled. Consult the ACT manual and the BTh Course adviser for the full Honours requirements. Degree studies 17

18 Bachelor of Ministry (ACT) Morling Three-Year Award The Morling award Graduate in Christian Ministries requires the completion of particular units. A statement of requirements is available in this Planning Guide (see the table of contents). Make your own photocopy of these requirements. The twenty-fifth unit will be taken in the third year. BMin course requirements The BMin requires the completion of 23 semester length units plus SEBL, each uniformly worth four credit points. The required number of credit points is thus 96. The units listed below indicate required units and fields. The remaining units are electives: LA002 Introduction to New Testament Greek OT301 Old Testament Foundations and OT302 Old Testament Prophets & Writings NT301 Content and Setting of the Gospel Tradition and NT302 Early New Testament Church CH301 The Church to 1550 and CH302 The Church from 1550 (or EM302 History of Missions) at least three of TH401 Knowledge of God, TH402 Doctrine of God and Work of Christ, TH403 Doctrine of Grace and Eschatology or TH404 Church, Sacraments and Ministry at least two Old Testament and two New Testament exegesis units at least five units in the fields of EM (Evangelism and Mission), PC (Pastoral and Church Focussed Ministry) and DM (Developmental Ministry): at least one unit must be chosen from each of two fields (a complete list of old and new unit names and numbers and their fields is provided at the end of this Planning Guide) PC449 (a,b,c,d) Guided Spiritual Formation (formerly called SEBL ) (four credit points). Students must enrol in it with the ACT in each of four semesters for one credit point per semester, and pay one-quarter of the Morling and ACT fees per semester. Please note that: no more than ten 300 level units (foundational units) can be taken for credit (Languages are 000 units and do not count in this number); 400 level units are advanced units units will normally have three contact hours per week (or equivalent; Guided Spiritual Formation is an exception and has fewer) Planning your course The sequence below should not be varied without consultation with the BMin Course Adviser. Please note: unit availability is indicated in the Unit Schedules section of this Planning Guide for details about prerequisites consult the ACT Manual priority should be given to completing compulsory 300 level units (foundational) a maximum of nine years is allowed for completion of the BMin Year 1 Semester 1 Semester 2 LA002 Introduction to New Testament Greek OT302 Old Testament Prophets & Writings OT301 Old Testament Foundations NT302 Early New Testament Church NT301 Content and Setting of the Gospel Tradition CH302 The Church from 1550 to Modern Times PC301 Ministry Formation or EM302 History of Christian Mission CH301 The Church to 1550 EM324 Evangelism Principles or PC449a Guided Spiritual Formation or EM308 Cross Cultural Communication PC449b Guided Spiritual Formation 18 Degree studies

19 If New Testament Greek (or Biblical Hebrew) is taken it will replace LA002 Introduction to New Testament Greek and CH301 and CH302/EM302 (church history units) in Year 1; CH301 and CH302 (or EM302) will then be completed in Year 2. If LA003A/B Biblical Hebrew is taken in addition to LA004A/B New Testament Greek it will normally be taken in Year Two, but consult with the BMin Course Adviser. Year 2 Semester 1 Semester 2 TH401-TH404 Theology unit TH401-TH404 Theology unit New Testament or Old Testament exegesis New Testament or Old Testament exegesis Elective Elective Elective Elective PC449c Guided Spiritual Formation PC449d Guided Spiritual Formation Year 3 Semester 1 Semester 2 TH401-TH404 Theology unit TH401-TH404 Theology unit New Testament or Old Testament exegesis New Testament or Old Testament exegesis Elective Elective Guided Spiritual Formation (internal) Guided Spiritual Formation (internal) In Year 2 and 3 one of the Theology units can be replaced by an elective. The above sequence is for full-time students. Part-time students will need to adapt it, and should be careful to note that Guided Spiritual Formation is a compulsory unit in the BMin degree. Bachelor of Ministry (Honours) (ACT) Students will follow the Year 1 and Year 2 programs outlined above. The normal requirements of the BMin will be fulfilled. Consult the ACT Manual and the BMin Course Adviser for the full Honours requirements. Degree studies 19

20 Early Graduation: Degree to Diploma (ACT) From 2012 it will be possible to complete the Diploma of Ministry and the Diploma of Theology by completing 8 Degree-level units. This means that a Bachelor-degree student, having completed 8 units, could choose to graduate early with a Diploma of Ministry or a Diploma of Theology. Also, Core Foundational units completed at Diploma level at Credit level or better (which could automatically be credited into a Bachelor s degree) will be deemed to have been completed at Degree level by the ACT. Diploma of Ministry or Theology The 8 degree-level units required for graduation with the Diploma of Ministry are: OT301 Old Testament Foundations OT302 Old Testament Prophets & Writings NT301 Content & Setting of the Gospel Tradition NT302 Early New Testament Church ONE degree-level unit from the Christian Thought group (codes CH TH PE ) Any TWO degree-level units from the Ministry & Practice group (codes DM EM PC ) ONE further unit, either a Language ( LA ) unit OR any other degree-level unit The 8 degree-level units required for graduation with the Diploma of Theology are: OT301 Old Testament Foundations OT302 Old Testament Prophets & Writings NT301 Content & Setting of the Gospel Tradition NT302 Early New Testament Church Any TWO degree-level units from the Christian Thought group (codes CH TH PE ) ONE Language ( LA ) unit OR ONE degree-level unit from the codes OT NT CH PE TH ONE further unit, either a second LA unit OR any other degree-level unit Advanced Diploma of Ministry or Theology From 2012 it will be possible to complete the Advanced Diploma of Ministry and the Advanced Diploma of Theology by completing 12 Degree-level units. This means that a Bachelor-degree student, having completed 12 units, could choose to graduate early with an Advanced Diploma of Ministry or an Advanced Diploma of Theology. Also, Core Foundational units completed at Diploma level at Credit level or better (which could automatically be credited into a Bachelor s degree) will be deemed to have been completed at Degree level by the ACT. The 12 degree-level units required for graduation with the Advanced Diploma of Ministry are: OT301 Old Testament Foundations OT302 Old Testament Prophets & Writings NT301 Content & Setting of the Gospel Tradition NT302 Early New Testament Church ONE CH unit (Church History) ONE TH unit (Theology) ONE OT400 unit (Old Testament exegesis) ONE NT400 unit (New Testament exegesis) Any THREE degree-level units in Ministry & Practice (codes DM EM PC may include Guided Spiritual Formation) Any ONE additional unit at degree level The 12 degree-level units required for graduation with the Advanced Diploma of Theology are: OT301 Old Testament Foundations OT302 Old Testament Prophets & Writings NT301 Content & Setting of the Gospel Tradition NT302 Early New Testament Church ONE CH unit (Church History) ONE TH unit (Theology) ONE OT400 unit (Old Testament exegesis) ONE NT400 unit (New Testament exegesis) ONE more CH unit (Church History) ONE more TH unit (Theology) Any TWO additional units at degree level 20 Degree studies

21 Bachelor of Christian Studies (ACT) The Bachelor of Christian Studies provides tertiary students with a program of theological studies in order to apply a Christian perspective to their life in the world, including their professional and vocational life. The BCS may be completed by full-time or part-time study. The minimum period of study is three years and the maximum is nine years. BCS course requirements The entrance requirement is qualification into and Australian university. Mature age entry is possible for students who are 21 years of age or more. The regulations require candidates to complete 24 semester-length units including: OT301 Old Testament Foundations and OT302 Old Testament Prophets & Writings NT301 Content and Setting of the Gospel Tradition and NT302 Early New Testament Church CH301 The Church to 1550 and CH302 The Church from 1550 (or EM302 History of Missions At least two of TH401 Knowledge of God, TH402 Doctrine of God and work of Christ, TH403 Doctrine of Grace and Eschatology or TH404 Church, Sacraments and Ministry At least two Old Testament and/or New Testament exegesis units At least eight units of study in a non-theological field such as business, psychology, physical sciences, comparative religions, preferably done simultaneously with the theological units One project of independent study that relates the non-theological area of study to the Christian faith Minimum of four type A electives one of these could be PC449 (a,b,c,d) Guided Spiritual Formation (formerly called SEBL ) (four credit points). Guided Spiritual Formation is not a compulsory BCS unit but Morling expects all full time students to complete it. Students must enrol in it with the ACT in each of four semesters for one credit point per semester, and pay one-quarter of the Morling College and ACT fees per semester. Maximum of two type B electives Please see ACT undergraduate manual for further detailed regulations, or Degree studies 21

22 Associate Degree of Theology (ACT) The Associate Degree of Theology is a two year course requiring the completion of 64 credit points. Two years is the minimum time of candidature without advanced standing. The maximum time of candidature is six years. The regulations require candidates to complete 16 semester-length units including: OT301 Old Testament Foundations and OT302 Old Testament Prophets & Writings NT301 Content and Setting of the Gospel Tradition and NT302 Early New Testament Church CH301 The Church to 1550 or CH302 The Church from 1550 (or EM302 History of Mission At least one of TH401 Knowledge of God, TH402 Doctrine of God and work of Christ, TH403 Doctrine of Grace and Eschatology or TH404 Church, Sacraments and Ministry At least two Old Testament and/or New Testament exegesis units. In Addition all students must take; A further two units from either CH or TH field. One project must be taken (**490) in a unit field of the department in which the major has been undertaken. PC449 (a,b,c,d) Guided Spiritual Formation (formerly called SEBL ) (four credit points). Guided Spiritual Formation is not a compulsory AssDeg unit but Morling expects all full-time students to complete it. Students must enrol in it with the ACT in each of four semesters for one credit point per semester, and pay one-quarter of the Morling College and ACT fees per semester. Specialisations Students may take specialisations/majors in their Associate Degree of Theology. The following are the additional regulations regarding each specialisation; 1. Bible & Languages At least one further unit in this field (LA, OT, NT) Four electives from any field or fields 2. Christian Thought At least one further unit in this field (TH, CH, PE) Four electives from any field or fields 3. Ministry & Practice Must take at least three units from units in this field (PC, EM, DM) Two electives from any field or fields Other regulations include; No more than two Type B electives can be taken toward the award, and can contribute to the specialisation. No more than 28 Credit points of foundational level units can be counted in the course. Biblical Hebrew (LA003a/b) and New Testament Greek (LA004) are excluded from this requirement, since they are 000 units. In general four core foundational (300 level) units must be passed before students can take advanced level (400) units. 22 Degree studies

23 Bachelor of Theology (ACT), Graduate Diploma in Ministry (ACT) & Morling Four-Year Award Morling Four-Year Award: Graduate in Christian Ministries (Advanced) This program is for students seeking to fulfil accreditation requirements and for those seeking the same training as Baptist ministers. A statement of requirements is available in this Planning Guide (see the table of contents). Make your own photocopy of these requirements. Graduate Diploma in Ministry (ACT) BTh students who wish to receive the Four-Year Morling award have the opportunity to complete an additional ACT award, the Graduate Diploma in Ministry. The Graduate Diploma can be commenced only after the BTh has been completed. If it is not taken for ACT credit it can be completed for internal credit and thus fulfil requirements for Graduate in Christian Ministries (Advanced). However it is expected that students will normally complete the ACT award. Some students, however may be unable to take advantage of the Graduate Diploma in Ministry in In this case, you are able to complete an Advanced Diploma together with your degree, or use internal units in your fourth year. Consult with Brian Powell. BTh course requirements The BTh requires the completion of 24 semester-length units, each uniformly worth four credit points, hence a total of 96 credit points. The 18 units listed below are compulsory. The remaining six units are electives: LA004a/b New Testament Greek (two units/eight credit points) and/or LA003a/b Biblical Hebrew (if both languages are taken, the second counts as two elective units) OT301 Old Testament Foundations and OT302 Old Testament Prophets & Writings NT301 Content and Setting of the Gospel Tradition and NT302 Early New Testament Church CH301 The Church to 1550 and CH302 The Church from 1550 (or EM302 History of Missions) TH401 Knowledge of God, TH402 Doctrine of God and Work of Christ, TH403 Doctrine of Grace and Eschatology and TH404 Church, Sacraments and Ministry at least three Old Testament and three New Testament exegesis units, including at least two in Greek or Hebrew Please note that: no more than ten 300 level units (foundational units) can be taken for credit (Languages are 000 units and are not included in this count); 400 level units are advanced units PC449 (a,b,c,d) Guided Spiritual Formation (formerly called SEBL ) (four credit points). Guided Spiritual Formation is not a compulsory BTh unit but Morling expects all full-time BTh students to complete it. Students must enrol in it with the ACT in each of four semesters for one credit point per semester, and pay one-quarter of the Morling and ACT fees per semester. units will normally have three contact hours per week (or equivalent; Guided Spiritual Formation is an exception and has fewer) Degree studies 23

24 Planning your course The sequence below is planned and should not be varied without consultation with the BTh Course Adviser. Please note: Year 1 unit availability is indicated in the Unit Schedules section of this Planning Guide for details about prerequisites consult the ACT Manual it is not possible to complete the BTh by evening classes alone priority should be given to completing compulsory 300 level units (foundational) a maximum of nine years is allowed for completion of the BTh Semester 1 Semester 2 LA004a New Testament Greek LA004b New Testament Greek OT301 Old Testament Foundations OT302 Old Testament Prophets & Writings NT301 Content and Setting of the Gospel Tradition NT302 Early New Testament Church PC301 Ministry Formation EM324 Evangelism Principles or PC449a Guided Spiritual Formation EM308 Cross Cultural Communication PC449b Guided Spiritual Formation If Biblical Hebrew is taken in addition to New Testament Greek it will normally be taken in Year Two, but consult with the BTh Course Adviser. Year 2 Semester 1 Semester 2 CH301 The Church to 1550 CH302 The Church from 1550 to Modern Times TH401-TH404 Theology unit or EM302 History of Missions NT exegesis (Greek) TH401-TH404 Theology unit PC247 Introductory Preaching OT exegesis MC400 Field Education Theory NT exegesis (Greek) ACT Field Education Practical Unit MC400 Field Education Theory PC449c Guided Spiritual Formation ACT Field Education Practical Unit PC449d Guided Spiritual Formation Year 3 Semester 1 Semester 2 TH401-TH404 Theology unit TH401-TH404 Theology unit OT exegesis OT exegesis NT exegesis PC403 Pastoral Skills and Methods PC402 Pastoral Care Guided Spiritual Formation (internal) Guided Spiritual Formation (internal) 24 Degree studies

25 Year 4 Graduate Diploma in Ministry (ACT) Normally, full time students will complete two units at Graduate Diploma in Ministry (GDM) level each semester. Electives will be at diploma level, and can be done internally. Semester 1 Semester 2 GDM Leadership (PC761) Internal Leadership (MC462) GDM Bible, Theology, Ethics GDM Missions, Evangelism Elective GDM Advanced Preaching Skills 4 th Year (PC784) Elective Elective Guided Spiritual Formation (internal) Guided Spiritual Formation (internal) In Year 4, the electives and the Graduate Diploma units will be chosen to fulfil the requirements for the Graduate in Christian Ministries (Advanced), including Ethics, Denominational (Baptist) Distinctives and three units in Evangelism and Mission (EM). It may well prove necessary to add an elective in Year 3 in order to meet all requirements. Consult the requirements for the Graduate in Christian Ministries (Advanced) (see table of contents). Degree studies 25

26 Bachelor of Ministry (ACT), Graduate Diploma in Ministry (ACT) & Morling Four-Year Award Morling Four-Year Award: Graduate in Christian Ministries (Advanced) This program is for students seeking to fulfil accreditation requirements and for those seeking the same training as Baptist ministers. A statement of requirements is available in this Planning Guide (see the table of contents). Make your own photocopy of these requirements. Graduate Diploma in Ministry (ACT) BMin students who wish to receive the Four-Year Morling award have the opportunity to complete an additional ACT award, the Graduate Diploma in Ministry. The Graduate Diploma can be commenced only after the BMin has been completed. If it is not taken for ACT credit it can be completed for internal credit and thus fulfil requirements for the Graduate in Christian Ministries (Advanced). However it is expected that students will normally complete the ACT award. Some students, however may be unable to take advantage of the Graduate Diploma in Ministry in In this case, you are able to complete an Advanced Diploma together with your degree, or use internal units in your fourth year. Consult with Brian Powell. BMin course requirements The BMin requires the completion of 23 semester length units plus SEBL, each uniformly worth four credit points. The required number of credit points is 96. The units listed below indicate required units and fields. The remaining units are electives: LA002 Introduction to New Testament Greek OT301 Old Testament Foundations and OT302 Old Testament Prophets & Writings NT301 Content and Setting of the Gospel Tradition and NT302 Early New Testament Church CH301 The Church to 1550 and CH302 The Church from 1550 (or EM302 History of Missions) at least three of TH401 Knowledge of God, TH402 Doctrine of God and Work of Christ, TH403 Doctrine of Grace, and Eschatology or TH404 Church, Sacraments and Ministry at least two Old Testament and two New Testament exegesis units at least five units in the fields of EM (Evangelism and Mission), PC (Pastoral and Church Focussed Ministry) and DM (Developmental Ministry): a minimum of two units must be chosen from each of two fields (a complete list of old and new unit names and numbers and their fields is provided at the end of this Planning Guide) PC449 (a,b,c,d) Guided Spiritual Formation (formerly called SEBL ) (four credit points). Students must enrol in Guided Spiritual Formation with the ACT in each of four semesters for one credit point per semester, and pay one-quarter of the Morling College and ACT fees per semester. Please note that: no more than ten 300 level units (foundational units) can be taken for credit (Languages are 000 units and are not included in this rule); 400 level units are advanced units units will normally have three contact hours per week (or equivalent) 26 Degree studies

27 Planning your course The sequence below should not be varied without consultation with the BMin Course Adviser. Please note: unit availability is indicated in the Unit Schedules section of this Planning Guide for details about prerequisites consult the ACT Manual priority should be given to completing compulsory 300 level units (foundational) a maximum of nine years is allowed for completion of the BMin Year 1 Semester 1 Semester 2 LA002 Introduction to New Testament Greek OT302 Old Testament Prophets & Writings OT301 Old Testament Foundations NT302 Early New Testament Church NT301 Content and Setting of the Gospel Tradition CH302 The Church from 1550 to Modern Times CH301 The Church to 1550 or EM302 History of Missions PC301 Ministry Formation EM324 Evangelism Principles PC449a Guided Spiritual Formation or EM308 Cross Cultural Communciation PC449b Guided Spiritual Formation If New Testament Greek (or Biblical Hebrew) is taken it will replace LA002 Introduction to New Testament Greek and CH301 and CH302/EM302 (church history units) in Year 1; CH301 and CH302/EM302 will be completed in Year 2. If LA003A/B Biblical Hebrew is taken in addition to New Testament Greek it will normally be taken in Year Two, but consult with the BMin Course Adviser. Year 2 Semester 1 Semester 2 TH401-TH404 Theology unit TH401-TH404 Theology unit New Testament or Old Testament exegesis New Testament or Old Testament exegesis PC447 Introductory Preaching Elective MC400 Field Education Theory MC400 Field Education Theory ACT Field Education Practical Unit ACT Field Education Practical Unit Elective PC449d Guided Spiritual Formation PC449c Guided Spiritual Formation Year 3 Semester 1 Semester 2 TH401-TH404 Theology unit TH401-TH404 Theology unit NT or OT exegesis NT or OT exegesis PC402 Pastoral Care PC403 Pastoral Skills and Methods Elective Guided Spiritual Formation (internal) Guided Spiritual Formation (internal) In Year 2 or Year 3 one of the Theology units can be replaced by an elective, such as Ethics. Degree studies 27

28 Year 4 Graduate Diploma in Ministry (ACT) Normally, full time students will complete two units at Graduate Diploma in Ministry (GDM) level each semester. Electives will be at diploma level, and can be done internally. Semester 1 Semester 2 GDM Leadership (PC761) Internal Leadership (MC462) GDM Bible, Theology, Ethics GDM Missions, Evangelism Elective GDM Advanced Preaching Skills 4 th Year (PC784) Elective Elective Guided Spiritual Formation (internal) Guided Spiritual Formation (internal) In Year 3 and Year 4, the electives and the Graduate Diploma in Ministry units will be chosen to fulfil the requirements for the Graduate in Christian Ministries (Advanced), including Ethics, Baptist Distinctives and three units in Evangelism and Mission (EM). There is room for an additional elective in Year 3. Choosing an additional elective may well be helpful, in order to facilitate choice, and possibly to allow a reduction of the load in Year 4. Consult the requirements for the Graduate in Christian Ministries (Advanced) (see the table of contents). 28 Degree studies

29 Graduate studies Master of Divinity (ACT) Master of Divinity (ACT) and Morling Four-Year Award Graduate Diploma of Divinity (ACT) (formerly Graduate Diploma in Bible and Ministry) Graduate Diploma in Christian Studies (ACT) Graduate Diploma in Ministry (ACT) For details about the MA (Th), MA (Min) and other postgraduate programs, see the Prospectus which is available from the Morling Office.

30 30 Graduate studies

31 Master of Divinity (ACT) Course requirements The MDiv requires the completion of 24 semester length units (96 credit points). The 22 units listed below indicate required units. The remaining two units are electives: LA004a/b New Testament Greek (two units, each worth four credit points) and/or LA003a/b Biblical Hebrew (if two language are taken, the seconds counts as two electives). OT501 Old Testament Foundations and OT502 Old Testament Prophets & Writings NT501 Content and Setting of the Gospel Tradition and NT502 Early New Testament Church CH501 The Church to 1550 and either CH502 The Church from 1550 to Modern Times at least four units chosen from TH (Theology), CH (Church History) and/or PE (Philosophy and Ethics) units, of which at least three will be from TH601 Knowledge of God, TH602 Doctrine of God and Work of Christ, TH603 Doctrine of Grace and Eschatology or TH604 Church, Sacraments and Ministry at least two Old Testament and two New Testament exegesis units, including at least two in Greek or Hebrew one Research Project (two units/eight credit points) [a compulsory unit only for those students seeking to articulate to the Research Masters degree MTh] at least two units from EM (Evangelism and Mission), PC (Pastoral and Church Focussed Ministry) and DM (Developmental Ministry) Please note that: Six units must be in separate MDiv/GradDip classes. The Research Project (if done) counts as two such units; Distance Education units also meet this requirement. Students should consult the MDiv Adviser to make sure that they are meeting this requirement. no more than ten 500 level units (foundational units) can be taken for credit; 600 level units are advanced units. Languages are 000 units and do not count in this rule. units will normally have three contact hours per week (or equivalent) PC649 (a,b,c,d) Guided Spiritual Formation (formerly called SEBL ) (four credit points). Guided Spiritual Formation is not a compulsory MDiv unit but Morling expects all full-time students to complete it. Students must enrol in it with the ACT in each of four semesters for one credit point per semester, and pay one-quarter of the Morling College and ACT fees per semester. Planning your course The sequence below should not be varied without consultation with the MDiv Course Adviser. Please note: unit availability is indicated in the Unit Schedules section of this Planning Guide for details about prerequisites consult the ACT Manual it is not possible to complete the MDiv by evening classes alone priority should be given to completing compulsory 500 level units (foundational) a maximum of nine years is allowed for completion of the MDiv Graduate studies 31

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