About This Course
The Undergraduate Certificate in Bible Study provides students with a foundational knowledge of the Bible, its key sections, and its overarching narrative and equips them with some hermeneutical tools that will enable them to interpret the Bible responsibly and faithfully. Graduates of this certificate can continue on to the Diploma of Theology.
The Undergraduate Certificate in Bible Study is aimed at Christians who are looking to develop a deeper understanding than might otherwise be gained through listening to sermons or participating in Bible study. No prior study required.
Undergraduate Certificate in Ministry
The Undergraduate Certificate in Ministry provides students with a basic awareness of the key doctrines of the Christian faith, the main themes and structure of the biblical text, and the nature and scope of Christian ministry. The Undergraduate Certificate in Ministry provides students with a basic awareness of the key doctrines of the Christian faith, the main themes and structure of the biblical text, and the nature and scope of Christian ministry.
Undergraduate Certificate in Pastoral Care
The Undergraduate Certificate in Pastoral Care provides students with a foundational knowledge of the purpose and practice of Christian pastoral care and helps students to develop resources and skills that will help them be more effective pastoral carers in their ministry context.
Diploma of Ministry and Theology
Tabor’s Diploma of Ministry and Theology is designed to shape graduates holistically for Christian ministry through engagement in four interdependent formation domains: theology, spirituality and personhood, contextual studies and ministry, and reflective disposition and practice. More Information
Bachelor of Ministry
The Bachelor of Ministry program at Tabor holistically prepares students for vocational and professional roles which bring glory to God through Christian work, in both word and deed.
Bachelor of Theology
The primary goal of Tabor’s Bachelor of Theology course is to develop graduates who are creative theological thinkers, and nurture in them an ability to draw critically on the biblical witness and traditions of the church.
- Engaging the Christian Scriptures
- Introduction to the Old Testament
- Introduction to the New Testament
- Elective 1
Options vary and are subject to availability.
How long does it take?
6 months full-time or part-time equivalent.
When can I start?
Semester 1 – February
Semester 2 – July