Diploma in Christian Education
The Diploma in Christian Education is ideal for children’s ministry workers and volunteers, people involved in home schooling or community education programmes, or those considering a career in an educational profession, for example teacher aiding, student support or tutoring.
If you have an interest in how your faith and educational practice might come together to strengthen your work with children in your community, this programme will help you work in a range of social and cultural contexts.
The Diploma in Christian Education is currently offered at the Henderson and Christchurch campuses.
Students who complete the Diploma in Christian Education and meet all other criteria may staircase into the second year of the Bachelor of Education programme.
Click here for information about admissions requirements for the DipCEd. For any other information, please refer to the academic handbook (see e-book).
|LEVEL||5, 120 credits|
|DURATION||One year full-time, part-time options may be available|
|STARTS||February, July (part-time)|
|PLACES||Open – selection criteria apply|
Graduates of the DipCEd are equipped to excel as teacher aides, tutors, children’s ministry workers, home educators or in community education programmes, both in New Zealand and international settings.
This programme is ideal for children’s ministry workers and volunteers, people involved in home schooling or community education programmes, or those considering a career in an educational profession, for example teacher aiding, student support or tutoring across a range of contexts.
The Diploma in Christian Education is a one year full-time (or part-time equivalent) programme. It consists of a total of 120 credits, comprising foundational courses in theology, teaching and learning.
Click on the relevant campus timetable to find out when the various courses are taking place.
If you would like to discuss your study options or become a “Student for a Day” please contact:
Tracey Hunt: [email protected] or 09 837 9768 (for Henderson and Christchurch)