Adelaide College of Divinity (ACD) is a registered Higher Education Provider offering accredited diploma, associate and bachelor
diplomas, master and doctoral degrees in Ministry. We
are also a Registered
Training Organisation offering accredited certificates and a
diploma in the Australian Vocational Education and Training (VET)
sector. More information here.
Orientation day for new ACD and Flinders University Theology students is Tuesday 26 February on the ACD Campus. Come along for information about studying theology and ministry and the Library, take a tour, meet other new students and staff, and brush up on study skills. Starting at 10 am - more details here.
Chaplaincy and leadership study options
New this year are study options in the Diploma of Ministry that provide training and study needs for people in a variety of chaplaincy areas or who have leadership roles in their church. See chaplaincy and leadership pathway brochures and course information.
Thinking about study?
Check out course and timetable information for 2013: course brochures, the Higher Education Handbook, Academic Calendar and Timetable are available for download.
Welcome new staff
ACD welcomes Dr Rosemary Dewerse who has joined the ACD teaching team from New Zealand this semester. Rosemary has a PhD in leadership formation with a focus on intercultural ministry, and is Coordinator of postgraduate courses.
New Ministry Practice Coodinator
ACD welcomes Rev Sean Gilbert to the ACD campus as Ministry Practice Coordinator. In this role, Sean will oversee the Supervised Field Education component of the Bachelor of Ministry.
First ACD Doctor of Ministry conferred
On 7 May 2012 the ACD community celebrated the achievements of our graduates including the first Doctor of Ministry conferred on Patrick Cronin. Awards were conferred at all higher education levels, including Associate Degree, Bachelor, Graduate Diploma, Master and Doctor of Ministry. We also recognised the achievements of recent Flinders University graduates in Theology, from Bachelor to PhD. During the ceremony the Anne Roder Prize in Old Testament was awarded to an undergraduate student in Theology at Flinders University. The graduation ceremony took place during the Annual Service, combining the rituals and practices of academia and worship, with an academic procession, hymns, prayers and an interesting talk by the Director of Centacare Catholic Family Services.
Uniting College for Leadership & Theology news - click here
Library news - click here
February 19, 2013