Find out what undergraduate study in Practical Theology involves.
The Stage I courses you can take as part of Practical Theology.
The Stage II courses you can take as part of Practical Theology.
The Stage III courses you can take as part of Practical Theology.
Information about postgraduate study in Practical Theology.
The postgraduate courses you can take as part of Practical Theology.
Information about PhD study and doctoral research areas.
Current Practical Theology students and recent graduates tell their own stories.
Practical Theology is located within the School of Theology.
Practical Theology ranges across various interrelated areas within the study of Theology, and has a unique relationship with the modern world and other fields of knowledge.
Practical Theology and your career
Our recent graduates have careers within faith communities, education, aid and development, the public service, social service and business.
Study options in Practical Theology
Practical Theology asks questions concerning love and justice and the relationship between the church and the world. Practical Theology draws upon feminist, indigenous and liberation theologies; psychology, sociology and anthropology; and cultural and leadership studies.
You are encouraged to critique, reflect, challenge and act in order to translate your theological identity and spirituality from theory to practice.
Practical Theology is available for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Theology, and is taught by the School of Theology.
Proposed changes for 2014
From 2014 Practical Theology will become part of the subject Theology. Although no longer a separate subject, you will be able to study practical theology as part of Theology. (This change is currently subject to approval for 2014.)