New to Studying at Christ College?

This Unit Enrolment page is for existing students of Christ College. If you are not a Christ College student yet, please go to our Application Page and answer a few questions that will point you in the right direction. If you have any questions about enrolment, please e-mail our Academic Registrar at registrar@christcollege.edu.au.

Thinking about enrolling in units for 2021? Here are the key dates you should know about.

Key Dates for Semester 1, 2021
ACT Course Applications Open: NOW
Appointment Meetings with Academic Registrar From: NOW
Unit Enrolments Open: 1st December, 2020
Last Optimal ACT Course Application Date: 25th January, 2021
Last Optimal Unit Enrolment Date: 1st February, 2021
Last Ministry Training for Women (MTW) Application Date: Thursday before the 2nd MTW lecture (click here for more details)
Census date for Weekly Classes: 31st March, 2021

Looking for what units are on offer next semester? Check out our Calendars & Timetables page.

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Units for Semester 1, 2021

Thinking about joining one of our classes next Semester? The list below shows you a sample of what’s on offer for new students. The full list of units is available on our Calendars & Timetables page.

Online Zoom Class: Ministry Training for Women D

Unit Code: PC098-503/PC098-603/PC098-703/PC098-803
Five Mondays, 10:30am-1:00pm
Lecturer: Carmelina Read

Ministry Training For Women (MTW) is part of Guided Spiritual Formation (GSF) is designed to integrate the various disciplines of the student’s course that contribute to their spiritual formation. By “supervised learning” is meant assisting candidates to reflect upon their experience in the light of their studies. It does not mean merely supervising work done. Thus, placing a candidate in a local church is not sufficient of itself: it must be accompanied by reflection and feed-back in such a way that the candidate learns from his/her experience. The focus of GSF is to be reflection, self-evaluation and growth planning in relation to personal spiritual growth through college activities or ministry experience. The programme includes elements such as:

  • Intentional participation in local Christian community
  • Written reflection on a student’s unfolding spiritual journey
  • Regular contact with an individual mentor and
  • Participation in a group reflective process
  • More info at www.christcollege.edu.au/mtw.

    On-Campus Class: Old Testament Foundations

    Unit Code: OT001-512/OT001-712
    Tuesdays, 8:45am – 12:00pm
    Lecturer: Greg Goswell

    The purpose of the Unit is to provide students with a general introduction to the first and foundational part of the Old Testament (Pentateuch and Former prophets to Elijah). As a survey Unit, OT001 is concerned not so much with the critical issues of Old Testament studies, as with enabling studentsto gain a firm understanding of the biblical texts in historical, literary and biblical-theological perspectives. This Unit, together with OT002, NT001 and NT002, forms the foundation upon which all further study of the Scriptures builds. Together, these units provide an introduction to biblical theology via a survey of the books of the Bible understood as God’s Word, centred on the gospel of Christ.

    On-Campus Afternoon Class: Pastoral Skills & Methods

    Unit Code: PC003-612/PC003-712/PC003-812
    Tuesdays, 2:00pm – 5:00pm
    Lecturer: David Burke
    This Unit seeks to establish the Biblical basis and characteristics of pastoral care; to develop an understanding of people in social relationships; to discuss pastoral opportunities and approaches in certain crisis situations and to begin to develop skills and strategies in pastoral care.

    On-Campus Evening Class: Jesus and the Gospels

    Unit Code: NT001-512/NT001-712
    Tuesdays, 6:00 – 9:00pm
    Lecturer: Mark Stephens (Murray Smith on Study Leave)

    The purpose of the Unit is to enable students to gain an understanding of the gospel of Jesus Christ as it is presented in the New Testament Gospels. As a survey Unit, NT001-712 is concerned not so much with the critical issues of New Testament studies, as with enabling students to gain a firm understanding of the life and work of Jesus, and of the contents, themes, and theology of the Gospels. This Unit, together with OT001-712, OT002-712, and NT002-712, forms the foundation upon which all further study of the Scriptures builds. Together, these units provide an introduction to biblical theology via a survey of the books of the Bible understood as God’s Word, centred on the gospel of Christ.

    On-Campus Morning Class: New Testament Greek A

    Unit Code: LA005-612/LA005-812
    Wednesdays, 8:45am – 12:00pm
    Lecturer: Ian Smith
    This Unit introduces students to NT Greek and enables them to develop a solid working knowledge of Greek grammar and syntax as a foundation for New Testament Exegesis.

    On-Campus & Online Morning Class: Biblical Hebrew A

    Unit Code: LA003-612/LA003-812
    Thursdays, 8:45am – 12:00pm
    Lecturer: Greg Goswell
    The purpose of this Unit is to introduce students to the wonderful world of Hebrew. In starting to learn the language of Biblical Hebrew, we will work our way through the first 14 chapters of our textbook, C. L. Seow, A Grammar for Biblical Hebrew. In the videos Greg introduces and explains the main concepts taught in each lesson.

    On-Campus Morning Class: Early Church History

    Unit Code: CH005-512/CH005-712
    Wednesdays, 8:45am – 12:00pm
    Lecturers: David Burke and Elliot Ku
    This Unit helps students to understand how the identity, theology, mission and structure of today’s church was formed through the early centuries of the development of the great tradition.

    On-Campus Morning Class: Foundational Christian Beliefs

    Unit Code: TH005-512/TH005-712
    Thursdays, 9:45am – 1:00pm
    Lecturer: Cameron Clausing
    This Unit is an introduction to survey of Christian doctrine. It considers the biblical basis, history and implications of some of the important Christian beliefs.

    On-Campus Morning Class: Thinking Theologically

    Unit Code: TH023-612/TH023-712/TH023-812
    Fridays, 9:45am – 1:00pm
    Lecturer: John McClean

    On-Campus Evening Class: Frameworks for Christian Leadership

    Unit Code: PC066-612/PC066-712/PC066-812
    Thursdays, 6:00pm – 9:00pm
    Lecturer: Jonathan Pratt
    This unit contributes to the professional and vocational development of graduate students who are emerging church leaders by engaging with the biblical, theological and theoretical frameworks for the practice of Christian leadership, especially in the local church. This unit will achieve this purpose by closely examining various metaphors of leadership to create frameworks by which students can assess patterns and styles of leadership, including their own. This unit also requires students to investigate and analyse in detail a positive change in an organisational context.

    More info at www.christcollege.edu.au/leadership.