Adelaide College of Divinity (ACD)'s students develop the willingness and the ability to examine critically the Christian theological tradition and bring that tradition into dialogue with the issues of contemporary society including: the plurality of Australian life and culture, especially the diversity of its spiritual and religious expressions, and of the opportunities for conversation and dialogue that this offers to Christian theology, ministry and mission; and the ethical and social justice issues engaging Church and society.
ACD offers tertiary theological education, and encourages students from a wide range of religious backgrounds to study at ACD. They provide professional and academic preparation for ministry, with strong integration of practice and theory. The ACD provides Higher Education and VET courses.
The ACD Campus is a place where people meet to deepen their understanding of the Christian faith, to develop skills in ministry or to pursue higher academic study within a lively research community.
FEE-HELP is available for eligible students (Australian citizens).
Entry requirements for Adelaide College of Divinity
Admission to the undergraduate courses require the satisfactory completion of Year 12 or equivalent. Admission to the Graduate Diploma or Master of Ministry requires a Bachelor of Ministry degree or equivalent plus at least two years' relevant experience. Admission to the Doctor of Ministry requires a Bachelor of Ministry with Honours or a Master of Ministry or equivalent plus at least three years' relevant experience.
Transfering your previous study credits
Credit in ACD courses may be granted for academic study completed at another approved academic institution.
External study oppurtunities
External and online study is available in ACD courses.