Fields and Disciplines Offered
- Field A Humanities
- AL Languages
- AP Philosophy
- Field B Biblical Studies
- BS Biblical Studies
- BA Old Testament
- BN New Testament
- Field C Christian Thought and History
- CH Church History
- CT Systematic Theology
- Field D Theology: Mission and Ministry
- DA Mission and Ministry
- DC Canon Law
- DT Moral Theology
- DL Liturgy
- DP Pastoral Theology and Ministry Studies
- DR Religious Education
- DS Christian Spirituality
- The first letter refers to the Field of Study, i.e. A, B, C, D or X.
- Non-University of Divinity units have the prefix N.
- The second letter indicates the discipline within that field, i.e. A, H, L, N, P, S or T.
- The first number indicates the level at which the unit is being assessed.
- Undergraduate units are indicated by the number 1 (level one), 2 (level two), or 3 (level three).
- Postgraduate units are indicated by the number 8 (foundational) or 9 (elective or capstone).
- The remaining numbers identify the particular unit.
- The last letter signifies the college, e.g. C = CTC and Y = Yarra Theological Union
For example: God: Origin and End is offered at level 3 and 9
|Field C||Systematic Theology discipline||level 3||unique unit code||College code|
|Field C||Systematic Theology discipline||unique unit code||College code|
- For currently enrolled students, all 15 credit point units completed before 2019 are counted as 24 points.Before 2019, standard units of study were 15 credit points unless otherwise indicated.
- From 2019, all undergraduate units are 18 credit points unless otherwise indicated. For currently enrolled students, units completed before 2019 are counted as
- 15 points = 18 points
- 30 points = 36 points
- From 2019, all postgraduate units are 24 credit points unless otherwise indicated. For currently enrolled students, units completed before 2019 are counted as
- 15 points = 24 points
- 10 points = 16 points
- 30 points = 48 points
Cancellation of Units
- CTC reserves the right to alter or cancel scheduled units.
- Insufficient enrolments could result in a unit being cancelled or postponed.
- Any change of enrolment necessitated by a cancellation will not incur a financial penalty.
Classes at CTC are generally small, facilitating an open and informal learning environment.
Each unit description includes a list of any required prerequisites.
A unit cannot be undertaken for the degree unless the prerequisites (or their equivalent) have been fulfilled or unless approval has been received from the lecturer and the Academic Dean or Postgraduate Coordinator for the prerequisite to be waived.
The College is committed to ongoing review and improvement in learning and teaching. Student feedback makes an important contribution to this process.
Each semester students are invited to review their study experience by completing a one-page unit evaluation form for each enrolled unit. These anonymous evaluations ask students to reflect on their own learning and participation in the unit, and to give feedback on matters such as the unit’s teaching methods, assessment tasks and library resources.
Lecturers draw on this feedback in developing the units they are responsible for, and discuss unit evaluation reports each semester at department meetings. A summary report is also presented each semester to the Academic Board and Senate, and has led to initiatives such as professional development for staff, revision to policies, and changes to the support provided to students.
Unit evaluations are limited to the academic areas noted above. Student feedback or concerns on other matters should be addressed directly to the lecturer in the first instance, and then to the Academic Dean or the Master.