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  • Objectives
    CSU's Master of Arts (Public and Contextual Theology) builds on previous study in a given discipline through the addition of advanced knowledge and skills in the discipline of Public and Contextual Theology, thus enabling students to develop a mastery of the field for their professional or ministerial practice.
  • Academic Title
    Master of Arts (Public and Contextual Theology)
  • Course description
    Including:
    Graduate Diploma of Public and Contextual Theology [exit point only] GradDipPub&ContxtTh
    Graduate Certificate in Public and Contextual Theology [exit point only] GradCertPub&ContxtTh

    About the course

    The course provides opportunity for students to gain an in-depth understanding of, and to critically reflect on, the contemporary issues in a chosen specialisation within the discipline - the sub-disciplines offered are Public Theology and Cross-Cultural Theology. Students may also choose to undertake research in their chosen sub-discipline.

    Where it will take you

    Graduates will be working in both church and non-church based positions, for example, local, state or federal government, or church ministry in specific public or cross-cultural contexts. In these environments they will be dealing with issues relating to the context of contemporary society. Such issues may include social justice, welfare, the environment, the public or political sphere, the place of people from minority cultures within Australian society, or the role of cross-cultural portfolios.

    The Master of Arts (Public and Contextual Theology) aims to equip students to be able to apply their critical thinking, acquired knowledge, and analytical and research skills to issues arising in their area of professional practice or ministry within a specified context of contemporary society.

    Graduation requirements

    To graduate with the Master of Arts (Public and Contextual Theology), students must successfully complete 96 points.

    Students may choose to exit with the following awards before completing the Master of Arts (Public and Contextual Theology):

        * Graduate Diploma of Public and Contextual Theology [exit point only] (64 points)
        * Graduate Certificate in Public and Contextual Theology [exit point only] (32 points)

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