Master of Theology MTH (Regulation 19)

The Master of Theology is a coursework Master’s degree offering candidates, who hold a primary degree in theology, the opportunity to undertake units of study that inform and broaden their undergraduate studies.

Entry Requirements:   Bachelor of Theology or equivalent

Structure: 240 Credit points (normally 10 units)
• Candidates may include up to 48 points of Foundational units
• Candidates must include a Capstone Unit worth at least 24 points

Normal Duration: 1.5 – 5 years

Articulation: Research:  Master of Philosophy, Doctor of Philosophy (if the Master of Theology includes a 16,000 word Minor Thesis graded to at least 75%, and a 75% average across the coursework components of the degree.) One could also articulate to a coursework award, the Master of Theological Studies (MTS).