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Contact SCMOI now and explore study options for 2023

           Thinking about
     Tertiary study online?
     Theological education?
     Learning more about the Faith?
     Gaining skills for life?

Certificate in Theology;  Diploma in Theology, Advanced Diploma in Theology and Ministry; Bachelor of Theology; Graduate Certificate in Theology; Graduate Diploma in Theology; Master of Theological Studies; Master of Theology; Research degree pathways; cross-institutional options.

TRADITIONAL

SCMOI delivers courses firmly grounded in the fulness of “the faith which was once delivered unto the saints” (Jude 1:3). We teach the abiding truth of the Church revealed in the Holy Scriptures and Holy Tradition, framed by the Orthodox heritage of worship, prayer and transformed life.

ENGAGED

We create opportunities for students to engage deeply in their own learning, to apply knowledge across contexts and to reflect effectively. On-line delivery and resources enable students to tailor study to the demands of their situation.

PRACTICAL

Learning focuses on solid educational outcomes that equip graduates for ministry, leadership, effective communication, and  to confidently address current and emerging challenges.

SCMOI EQUIPS YOU TO:
Know, Communicate, Apply and Live the Faith.
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For Prospective Students

SCMOI offers courses in Orthodoxy, at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, which are open to all who wish to enrol.

 

These give a solid foundation in Orthodox theology and practice, with electives that allow students to explore areas of interest and develop skills in ministry and service.

For Prospective and Current Clergy

SCMOI offers courses in Orthodox theology, at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, which prepare serving clergy and men preparing for ordination in the Orthodox Church.

These give a seminary-level academic preparation for service as an Orthodox priest or deacon.

Cross-Institutional Study

Students currently studying at an Australian university may be eligible to take one or more units for cross-institutional credit.