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Master of Ministry

Postgraduate Course

About this Course

Tabor’s Master of Ministry is a comprehensive coursework award designed to prepare students academically and spiritually for Christian ministry and leadership in a variety of contexts. Entry into the award is via the Graduate Diploma in Ministry.

The coursework content investigates models of Christian leadership and management while studying advanced theology and hermeneutics as they apply to scripture and ministry in action.  Christian Ministry offers a variety of career options, both domestically and overseas. This program will provide you with the leadership training and tools required to be an outstanding contemporary Christian leader, and to reach your full potential for the Glory of God.

Tabor Masters of Ministry students also have the opportunity to explore in greater depth an area of specialisation that culminates in the production of a major professional work or research project.  Areas of specialisation may include biblical studies, theological studies, spirituality and formation for ministry and ministry practice.

 

Professional Outcomes

Graduates may find employment as pastors or leaders in church and parachurch organisations. Alternatively, the course may be used as a form of personal or professional development for those already engaged in ministry. Graduates with significant pastoral experience may also serve as educators of ministers in training in Christian tertiary education institutions in their area of specialisation.

Course Structure

3 Subjects total
=
1 Core
+
1 Research
+
1 Electives

Core

Research Methods

Research

Master of Ministry Professional Project
or
Master of Ministry Research Project

Electives

Elective 1

What do I need for entry?

Academic Requirements

Successful completion of a 3-year Bachelor's degree in Ministry, Theology, or approved equivalent.

Direct entry into the Master of Ministry requires the prior completion of the Graduate Diploma in Ministry.

How long does it take?

1 year full-time or part-time equivalent if you have completed the Graduate Diploma in Ministry.

Where can I study?

You can study on-campus, online or a mix of both.
Offered fully online

How much does it cost?

When can I start?

Semester 1 – February
Semester 2 – July

Additional Information

Exit Points

Graduate Diploma in Ministry after 1 year full-time or part-time equivalent.

Course Codes

Tabor: TM914M
SATAC: Not applicable

Course Level

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School of Ministry, Theology and Culture