Christ College is launching a new campus for New Zealand, based in Auckland. Our new Campus will allow New Zealand citizens to study part-time via intensive mode towards an Australian College of Theology (ACT) award from 2020.
Christ College exists for the formation of Christ-centred leaders for God’s church to God’s world. From 2020 we’ll be doing this in an additional location — Auckland.
The venue will be different, but our vision and mission remains unchanged. We remain committed to the authority of the Bible, to Christ-centred Reformed Theology, and to transformative and applied theological education for adult learners.
Please join us in praying that this new venture will train up future leaders who are committed to the Christian gospel and that this will result in real kingdom growth in New Zealand and beyond.
Ian Smith, Principal
For more information about Christ College, visit www.christcollege.edu.au.
As an affiliated college of the Australian College of Theology (ACT), Christ College is approved to deliver the following courses of the ACT in New Zealand.
Initially we will be offering the ACT Diploma of Theology and Graduate Diploma of Divinity at the Christ College, New Zealand Campus in part-time study mode only. Students have an option to work towards a Bachelor of Theology or Master of Divinity at the Christ College, Sydney Campus.
Please note that the ACT is undergoing a curriculum redesign. In 2020, there are changes that will affect courses, course structures, coding system and credit point values.
|Diploma of Theology||Graduate Diploma of Divinity|
|Level||Undergraduate – Level 5+||Graduate – Level 7+|
|Credit Points||96 cps||96 cps|
|Length – min.||1 year||1 year|
|Length – max.||5.5 years||4 years|
|Admission Requirements||Completion of Year 12 with ATAR 65 or above *; or
Successful completion of qualification at AQF Level 5 or above; or
Successful completion of Academic Suitability test.
|Successful completion of 3 year bachelor degree or equivalent.|
|Full Course Link||Click here for ACT DipTh outline.||Click here for ACT GradDipDiv outline.|
In 2020, we will be offering first year New Testament Survey units via intensive mode at our Auckland Campus. From 2021, we plan to continue to run these units and add others enabling the completion of the awards listed above.
|Semester 1||Semester 2|
|Unit Name||Foundational Christian Beliefs||Preaching I||Unit Summary||This unit is an introductional survey of Christian doctrine. It considers the biblical basis, history and implications of some of the important Christian beliefs.||The purpose of this unit is to help prepare students for a preaching ministry by identifying the nature, purposes and process of preaching preparation and to practice develop preaching skills by preaching and receiving feedback in supportive environments.||Unit Code||TH005-512
|Credit Points||12 cps||12 cps||Delivery Mode||Intensive||Intensive||Dates||15-18 March 2021||16-20 August 2021||Lecturer||John McClean||David Cook|
|Semester 1||Semester 2|
|Unit Name||Jesus and the Gospels||The Early New Testament Church||Unit Summary||This unit enables students to gain an understanding of Jesus Christ as he is presented in the New Testament Gospels. As a survey Unit, NT001-512/NT001-712 is concerned with enabling studentsto gain a firm understanding of the life and work of Jesus, and of the contents, themes, and theology of the Gospels.||This unit enables students to gain an understanding of the New Testament outside the Gospels, with a focus on the theology and mission of the early church as they are reflected in the Acts of the Apostles, the New Testament Letters, and the book of Revelation. As a survey Unit, NT002-512/NT002-712 is concerned not so much with the critical issues of New Testament studies, as with enabling students to gain a firm understanding of the contents, themes, and theology of the New Testament outside the Gospels.||Unit Code||NT001-512
|Credit Points||12 cps||12 cps||Delivery Mode||Intensive||Intensive||Dates||23-27 March 2020||3-7 August 2020||Lecturer||Ian Smith||Ian Smith|
Contact our friendly Registrar Daniel Wood at email@example.com.
Tuition fees are set by the Australian College of Theology (ACT). You can find out information about ACT fees here.. All prices are in $AUD.
New Zealand citizens studying at the New Zealand Campus will receive a special low rate on the tuition fee with unit fees as follows:
|Fee Schedule||Foundational Christian Beliefs
PC047-612, PC047-712, PC047-812
|ACT Tuition Fee||A$2520||A$2520||NZ Citizen Tuition Fee||A$1700||A$1700||Audit Fee||A$345||A$345|
Students will be charged in $AUD – you will need to check the $NZD exchange rate at the time of transaction for the equivalent $NZD charge.
Contact our friendly Bursar Caron Balzer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christ College Auckland Campus operates out of the Grace Theological College South Auckland Campus in Manurewa.
Parking is available onsite and in the surrounding streets.
Christ College is an affiliated college of the Australian College of Theology.