Our Diploma program is set out in two years split into three terms. Once completed you will receive a Diploma of Biblical Studies and Missions
Old Testament Survey I (QLD275BIB03A) - An overview and analysis of the Bible from Genesis through to the Song of Solomon
Doctrine I (QLD275DOC04A) - Bibliology (Study of the Bible), Theology (Study of God) and Christology (Study of Christ)
Hermeneutics (QLD275INT06A) - Learn the science of studying and interpreting the Bible and accurately applying it to a relevant and understandable context.
Pedagogy (CHCEDS418B) - Gain valuable skills in the laws and methods of teaching, plus specific techniques for engaging different age groups.
Spiritual Life (QLD275SPI07A) – An in-depth look at developing and maintaining your spiritual life with a special focus on holiness
Old Testament Survey II (QLD275BIB03A) - An overview and analysis of the Old Testament major and minor prophets
Church History I (QLD275HIS09A) - Explore the development of the church from Pentecost through to the schism of AD1054
Doctrine II (QLD275DOC04A) - Study Pneumatology, Soteriology, Eschatology, Ecclesiology, Angelology, Anthropology and Hamartiology
New Testament Survey I (QLD275BIB03A) - An overview and analysis of the four Gospels and Acts
Personal Evangelism and World Religions (QLD275PEV08A) - Explore the foundations and methods of evangelism and discipleship with special focus on major world religions and cults
Missions I (QLD275MIS01A) - Explore the philosophy of missions, its Biblical, Historical foundations and current missionary considerations in the world today
New Testament Survey II (QLD275BIB03A) - An overview and analysis of Romans to Revelation
Christian Evidences (QLD275DEF05A) - An introduction to apologetics and equipping students in the defence of their faith
Church History II (QLD275HIS09A) – Explore Church history from AD1054 to the Present-Day
Speech and Preaching (BSBCMM401A) - Develop the art of public speaking and Homiletcs (preaching the Word)
Missions II (QLD275MIS01A) - Practical information and skills helpful for preparation for the mission field with special focus on cross cultural considerations
Leadership training Seminar - Prepares students for leading on short term youth missionary teams and working with Teen Missions Bases worldwide
Applied First Aid - Learn the basics in first Aid and be ready for many situations through this Nationally Recognised Qualification
All year delivery
Personal and Spiritual Growth for Ministry – Assists students holistically with their spiritual journey with special focus on mentoring, goal setting and guiding them in personal and spiritual development for ministry
Practical Life Skills for ministry - Afternoon training that prepares and equips students for their internship and enables them to become competent in performing a wide variety of practical tasks that are often used in everyday missionary life.
Local Ministry outreach – Develop an outward focus and integrate all areas of learning into an authentic ministry environment in the local community
Youth Leadership in Missions Internship (8 weeks) – Students are placed as leaders on a Teen Missions International Australia summer team. Designed to give students workplace experience in a cross-cultural ministry context and give them an opportunity to demonstrate the integration of their 9 months of study within a missionary workplace environment. Special consideration is given to Youth Leadership and the discipleship of teenagers within a missionary cross-cultural context.
Missionary Placement Internship (17weeks) – Students spend their internship at one of the many Teen Missions bases around the world. Designed to give students workplace experience in a cross-cultural ministry context and give them an opportunity to demonstrate the integration of their 9 months of study within a missionary workplace environment.
In conjunction with Mueller College (Provider No. 30414)