Studying theology is about seeking wisdom to live faithfully in the world. Theological study at Laidlaw is not only for those preparing for professional Christian ministry, but is also for those who are seeking to deepen and integrate their faith into every area of life.
With programmes ranging from Certificate level to Doctorate, we offer flexible pathways for full-time or part-time learning to equip you for lifelong faithfulness and leadership in any vocation.
- Certificate in Christian Ministry (CertCM)
- Diploma in Christian Studies (DipCS)
- Bachelor of Theology (BTheol)
- Bachelor of Ministries (BMin)
- Graduate Certificate in Theology (GradCertTh)
- Graduate Diploma in Theology (GradDipTh)
- Postgraduate Diploma in Theology (PGDipTh)
- Master of Theology (MTh)
- Doctoral and other research studies
Why study Theology at Laidlaw?
Foundational to everything we do at Laidlaw is a
commitment to the good news of Jesus
as revealed in the Bible. We equip students to engage with Scripture more deeply, and to
live out of this story of hope in every area of life.
We are looking for students who want to live out the
Gospel in everything they do –
in church ministry, professional leadership, academic research, social entrepreneurship,
community engagement – and in every other sphere of life. Our programmes are
designed to give you the theological and practical tools to integrate faith everywhere,
whatever your particular calling.
At Laidlaw you will be taught by brilliant teachers and
researchers, many of whom are
also serving as pastors, ministers, and Christian leaders across a range of vocations.
Laidlaw is an interdenominational community that serves
across New Zealand’s
churches. As New Zealand’s largest theological college, you will be immersed in a
diverse community of staff and students from many cultures, united by evangelical
faith and a common commitment to working out the Gospel in twenty-first century Aotearoa.