This unit sets out dimensions of worldview specifically related to Pentecostal churches, and seeks to support and encourage an orientation to the Holy Spirit that is central to Pentecostal history. It provides the skills necessary to model and teach this spiritual orientation to the church and society.

This is a first year Applied Social Science core subject that introduces students to the fields of psychology and the importance of emotions in human identity. It leads into other psychology subjects and informs subjects such as Grief and Loss

Psychology of Emotion will allow you to develop a better understanding and management of your own emotions. It uses this as a basis for building a framework to identify and work appropriately with the emotions of clients in an empathetic and professional manner.

This unit provides ministers with the foundational skills of interpreting the Old Testament Scriptures, and communicating their content and values. No licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.

This unit provides minsters with the skills for interpreting a New Testament book, and communicating its message and values.

Professional Practice is designed to connect the realm of the classroom with real-life experience. Students will have the have the opportunity to experience a 100 hour hands-on placement while engaging academically with issues pertaining to their field, whether ministry or business.
Professional Practice is designed to connect the realm of the classroom with real-life experience. Students will have the have the opportunity to experience a 50 hour hands-on placement while engaging academically with issues pertaining to their field, whether ministry or business.
Professional Practice is designed to connect the realm of the classroom with real-life experience. Students will have the have the opportunity to experience a 100 hour hands-on placement while engaging academically with issues pertaining to their field, whether ministry or business.

This unit describes the skills necessary for exercising leadership and influence in various contexts. It recognises that organisational leadership begins with vision, is exercised utilising various styles, and entails the mentoring of individuals and groups.

This subject sets out the theological content of a Christian worldview, derived from the Scriptures and Christian tradition.  It provides the basic skills necessary to model and teach this worldview to the church and society.

This unit sets out theological and philosophical bases of ethical decision making. It provides the skills necessary to model a Christian approach to personal morality and to address church and public ethical issues.

This unit sets out theological and philosophical bases of ethical decision making. It provides the skills necessary to model a Christian approach to personal morality and to address church and public ethical issues.

This unit describes the knowledge and skills required to provide pastoral care.

This unit introduces students to contemporary Christian approaches to spiritual disciplines and spirituality. It focuses particularly on the way in which Pentecostal/charismatic movements have experienced God.

This unit describes the knowledge and skills necessary for planning and delivering a speech in public using strategies which will enhance the presentation and maintain audience interest.