Theology is about seeking answers to life’s big questions. Whatever your career direction or personal path, the study of theology – and the process of learning to think theologically – will challenge you to respond and reflect on the reasons that underpin your choices, your purpose, your goals and the contribution you will make to the world around you.
Theology presentation – start here for key information
Check out our video on theology where our academics and teaching staff answer key and frequently asked questions. They discuss our courses, placements and practical experience, classes and timetables, assessments, admission pathways and more.
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Watch our recorded sessions
We’ve recorded a selection of our live Open Day sessions for you to watch at any time. In the sessions you’ll hear from staff, current students and alumni about the courses, campuses and experiences you can expect at ACU.
If you’d like to watch a session, head to ‘Watch recorded sessions’ and make your selection.
Visit our website for more information about theology at ACU.
Download a brochure, flyer, course content and more.
- Graduate Certificate in Catholic Studies
- Graduate Certificate in Leadership and Catholic Culture
- Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and Master of Theological Studies
- Master of Religious Education
- Master of Professional Studies in Theology
- Higher degree research in theology
- Postgraduate course guide 2021 (includes Graduate Certificate in Religious Education)
Where can I study theology?
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Short courses in theology
Explore Christian faith and world religions without committing to a full degree.
Xavier Centre for Theological Formation
Theological formation and professional development for pastoral leaders, associates and planners, healthcare, educational and welfare professionals, leaders of Diocesan agencies, and all who contribute to religious and parish life.
Annual lectures, talks and conferences
Each year we host leading local and international theologians and philosophers who deliver a range of public events addressing a diversity of topics.
We have eight campuses around Australia and a campus in Rome, Italy.