Mary Andrews College offers a number of courses designed to help you deepen your relationship with God, and improve your practical ministry skills in whatever contexts you serve. The following information will help you choose which course is best for you.
Theof study (and Advanced Diploma level) is our most in-depth qualification option. Whilst there are no exams, each unit usually requires three assignments that are set by the lecturer. Assignments may include a wide variety of tasks that require thoughtful reflection on what you have learnt. A FEE-HELP loan may be available to help pay for your study.
Theof study is our entry level qualification option. There are no exams, however each unit typically requires two assignments that are set by the lecturer. Assignments are shorter in length and are not as demanding as those set at Diploma level. The hours required to complete Certificate level study are significantly less than at Diploma level.
Non-assessment study (auditing) allows for students to attend lectures and participate fully in class life without having to complete assignments. All of our units are able to be audited and there are no limits as to the combination or number of units that a student can audit. If you audit a unit, it is important to remember that you do not receive credit for participation towards any kind of qualification, it is for your interest and enjoyment only.
MAC specialises in pastoral care. If pastoral care is your passion, we have two suggested Pathways to Pastoral Ministry at either Diploma or Certificate level. These Pathways take the guesswork out of which units to choose. Completing one of these Pathways would equip you to be a Community Chaplain, or provide a qualification to pursue pastoral ministry in a variety of settings. Pleasefor more information.
The Course Brochure contains all the information you need to know about the courses offered at Mary Andrews College. There is also a list of all current units, plus descriptions of each unit to help you choose what to study.
A timetable is released in the second half of each year for the following year. The timetable includes dates, times and locations for offered units, as well as the latest information about fees. The 2021 timetable is on pages 12-13 (Diploma units) and page 20 (Certificate units) of the 2021 course brochure.
New students are welcome to apply now to study in 2021.