KEY INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS
Note*- Recognition of Prior Learning from previous qualifications will be made at the discretion of EDENZ Colleges.
Student fees: $4,548
Government tuition subsidy: $5,099
Student loan information: StudyLink
Successful course completions: 64%
National Graduate Outcomes
(3 years after completion)
Median earnings: $31,409
Earnings range: $22,835 – $39,738
In employment: 48%
In further study: 45%
On a benefit: 2%
Note: all KIS information is the most recent available relating to domestic students only.
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The New Zealand Diploma in Christian Studies (Level 6) – Intercultural Strand – (Liberal Arts Track) encourages the development of ministry leadership through practical, hands-on ministry experience in one of our partner colleges. This allows students to build character, competence, and capability personally, spiritually and professionally. Students learn to flourish in the challenging context of contemporary church while building their faith.
Graduate Profile Outcomes met include:
The Internship Strand is composed of four ministry courses and two liberal arts courses and is ideal for students who want to do intercultural ministry. Students are required to complete:
This course aims to develop learner knowledge and skill in relation to the various hermeneutical approaches to Scripture, including the biblical exegesis and genre sensitive interpretation.
To equip students to develop, apply and reflect upon their own ethical decisions based upon Christian ethics and worldview; and understand historical and contemporary Christian ethics.
This course aims to provide learners with the knowledge and skill to apply management skills within a volunteer environment of Non-profit Organisations with specific focus on church and para-church contexts.
This course aims to explore Christian worldviews as well as the relationships (including cultural perspectives) to other Abrahamic and non-Abrahamic world religions.
This course aims to enhance and develop research competencies using critical thinking and problem solving skills applied to humanities subjects.
This course aims to enhance and develop humanities-based research competencies using critical thinking and problem solving skills applied to a personal auto-ethnography study.
Industries and professions that benefit include: