Bachelor of Ministry

Perth Bible College

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00986G

This degree aims to produce Christian practitioners who are equipped to effectively take on leading roles in a variety of Christian ministries. As well as gaining a thorough academic grounding students also receive significant practical training as a major component in all the courses of the degree programme. For this reason students are required to lead seminars, make presentations, as well as be involved in hands on ministry in real life. All third year students are, furthermore, involved in Supervised Field Education which is designed to expose them to practical ministry for at least one full day a week.

Structure

  • 72 semester hours: Core: 30
  • Christian Formation: 3
  • Old Testament: 6
  • New Testament: 6
  • Electives: 9
  • Ministry Major [Pastoral, Counselling, Youth, Creative, Cross-Cultural: 12
  • Supervised Field Work: 6 semester hours

Subjects

  • Pastoral ministry
  • Pastoral counselling
  • Youth ministry
  • Creative ministry
  • Cross-cultural ministry

Standard entry requirements

Year 12 or equivalentWork/Life ExperienceHigher Education VET Level qualifications

Recognition

Accredited by the Department of Education Services WA

Study pathways

Recognition of prior learning and advanced standing may be granted to applicants who can produce evidence of appropriate tertiary study and/or relevant practical experience. Transfer from other degree and diploma courses with respective unit credits will also be granted.

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Karrinyup International: $47,520 Yes
  • Full-time : 3 years
  • Part-time : 6 years

Further information

Some subjects are available online or externally.

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