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.

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

This subject 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 subject 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.

The Corinthian Correspondence is a fascinating exchange between the Apostle Paul and the troubled church in Corinth, and is a worthwhile study for those who are interested in Paul’s role as pastor and apostle. Addressing a variety of ethical and theological issues, such as sexual sin, drunkenness, Christians taking each other to court, dissatisfaction with style of leadership and much more

This subject 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 subject describes the skills necessary for identifying potential leaders and developing their leadership skills and gifts. While also encouraging students to develop skills and  strategies, based on Biblical principles, in their own leadership to be able to successfully lead other leaders in their church or other organisation.  

This subject describes the knowledge and skills necessary for researching, planning and delivering a speech in public to a variety of audiences, using strategies which will enhance the presentation and maintain audience interest.

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.