The UCTh is designed to introduce students to the sources and content of the Christian story and message and provides training which emphasises application and articulation of this story and message in the contemporary world including professional and vocational life.
It introduces students to specialist disciplines by which Knowledge of God is developed and articulated:
- Bible & Languages (OT/NT/BB/LA)
- Christian Thought and History (TH/CH/BB)
The course provides a grounding for ministry by establishing a foundation in theological knowledge and reflection. Through an elective unit, students can synthesise Christian understanding with particular occupational and/or life interest or develop practical ministry skills.
Mode of Study: On Campus (Day and Evening) and Online
Full details of the ACT course can be found here. See the ACT Coursework Course Enrolment Policy for admission rules and processes.
What’s the commitment?
You can study the UCTh in one of two ways:
- Full-time over six months. Attendance is no more than 3.5 days per week.
- Part-time over up to two years.
ATAR: Completion of Year 12 with an ATAR of 65 or above (OP 14 or above); OR
Previous Qualifications: Successful completion of a qualification at AQF Level 5 or above; OR
Demonstrate Academic Suitability for course: Test, Brief Essay, or Interview.
Language Qualifications for NESB: IELTS 6.5 overall with minimum of 6.0 in each subtest OR 10 years in Australia with English being the language primarily spoken both at home and work.
The UCTh is accredited by the Queensland Office of Higher Education and its interstate counterparts as an award of the Australian College of Theology, of which QTC is a member college along with around 20 other colleges nationally. As such, it is a recognised course for the purposes of FEE-HELP (ACT CRICOS provider number is 02650E). The fee for the course is $10,716 per semester for full-time (48cp) domestic students.
Your next step?
Please contact the QTC Registrar for more details or to apply.
QTC is an affiliated college of the Australian College of Theology.