What is Flexible Study?
Flexible study means you can enrol in just one or more individual modules from our diploma qualifications. These usually range between 3 and 10 weeks in length.
Flexible study is a great option if you want to:
'Try before you buy', and start with one or two modules before enrolling full-time next year.
Invest in upskilling for your current work or ministry.
Combine short-term travel to beautiful Tauranga with a time of spiritual enrichment.
Boost your biblical and ministry understanding, without committing to a full diploma.
Modules on Offer
You can see our current study schedule here.
Or choose a diploma to see the full list and description of courses and modules we offer. (Please note: Not every module or course is suitable for flexible study.)
Interested? Contact us for more information, and to discuss an enrolment option to suit you.
Who Can Apply?
For more information, see our Admission Requirements.
Diploma – The entire qualification, awarded upon completion of all required courses.
Course – This is an entire ‘class’, for which credit is given. To graduate with a qualification, all required courses must be completed. Courses have a two-letter, three-number code. E.g. TH501.
Module – A distinct component of a course, that focuses on a specific topic. Each module is usually taught by a separate teacher. Modules do not carry credit value on their own. Modules have a fourth number after the course code. E.g. TH501.1.