Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Theology
The Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Theology (BBus/BTh) innovatively combines the best of Business and Theology to meet the vital need of developing and supporting Christian leaders for 21st century ministry.
Complete an online Higher Education Application for Admission Form
On filling the application, please be prepared to upload the following digital documentation (PDF, jpeg):1) An Identity Photo - passport style photograph for use on a student ID 2) Proof of Identity - A Certified copy of your birth certificate OR Australian Passport OR Australian Citizenship Certificate 3) Credentials for entrance into the Degree - Certified copy of your relevant Certificate, Diploma, Academic transcripts OR CV * (If you wish to apply for Recognition of Cross Credit RCC, transcript evidence subjects completed)
NB: International Applicants - consult https://www.ac.edu.au/international-students/ for information and application details
Full-Time: 4 Years (4 subjects per semester, 40 credit points)
Part-Time: Up to 12 Years (1 - 2 subjects per semester)
Domestic Student Fees 2018: $AU1750 per subject
International Student Fees 2017: $AU2300 per subject
The Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Theology qualifies for FEE Help Loan Funding. Consult http://study assist.gov.au/ for eligibility details.
Global Online Campus
Face-to-Face (weekly 3 hour lectures)
Intensive (5 days of lectures delivered within a one week period)
Extensive (5 days lectures delivered across a term period)
Online Delivery (weekly video/audio lectures provided to be viewed at own convenience)
Austudy, Abstudy and Youth Allowance are available for this course. To check your eligibility and to find out more information, please visit the Study Assist website.
Complete Fee Schedules and FEE-HELP information (where appropriate) for all Alphacrucis courses can be found in our Documents section, under the Fees and FEE-HELP Information link.
Rev. Dr Damon Adams (faculty profile)
Damon originally trained as a Presbyterian minister and was later ordained as a Pentecostal minister. Damon has lectured in Historical Theology, John Knox Theological College, Sydney; Theology, Biblical Studies and Church History, Tabor College, Tasmania; and is currently Senior Lecturer in Theology, Biblical Studies and Church History at Alphacrucis College, Hobart Campus, Tasmania. Additionally, Damon is presently the History Subject Coordinator at Alphacrucis. Damon holds a PhD in Theology.
Emma Austin (faculty profile)
Mrs Michelle Blicavs (faculty profile)
Michelle Blicavs joins Alphacrucis bringing 25 + years of management experience in business, church, government and not-for-profit sectors. Currently providing management consultancy services to small-medium enterprises, including churches, Michelle focusses on improving governance, strategic planning, financial management, marketing and operations.
In 2005, Michelle and her family relocated to Wollongong where she became the Business Manager for Lighthouse Church until 2010. During that time she was appointed as a Director to Australian Christian Super and served until 2013. Michelle was then appointed to the Board of Local Government Super where she serves as Chair of the Member Services Committee, Chair of the Risk Committee and Member of the Audit and Compliance Committee. Michelle has also been the Chair of the Top Blokes Foundation since 2009.
Michelle was elected a Councillor to Wollongong City Council and served from 2011 to 2017. During this time she also became the Founder of the Unique Leaders Network, showcasing amazing women in regional areas, and encouraging female entrepreneurship and involvement in politics.
With a Diploma of Theology and a Masters of Management, Michelle has held other Senior Positions including General Manager in the transport industry and CEO in the Association Sector. Michelle is a Fellow of AuSAE and AIST, and Graduate of AICD and AIST (Adv).
With her husband Martin and their two teenage children they attend and are actively involved in helping build Hillsong Wollongong.
Kylie Dragan (faculty profile)
Associate Professor Philip Lee (faculty profile)
Units offered as part of this Award:
- ACC210 - Management Accounting
Description: This course introduces student to the concepts of management accounting and how the management accounting is used in an organisation especially in decision making. Topics include cost accounting concepts, management control systems, budgeting, product and service costing. Students will become proficient in the evaluation the performance of an oganisation and the use of costing information for business planning. Unit detail page >>
- BUS260 - Business Finance
Description: This course develops the student’s ability to apply practical financial decision making to personal and business decisions. Gain an understanding of how the global financial system operates, the risks associated with capital markets, financing major works, valuing a business and distributing profit. Students will know how to raise capital and finance debt with a socially responsible strategic approach. Understanding Business Finance is critical to the long term success of any organisation and the material in this course will give students the understanding to make wise financial decisions. Unit detail page >>
- HIS101 - History of Christianity
Description: This subject is an introduction to the rich and inspiring heritage of Christian tradition, examined within social and cultural contexts. It explores early church formation, the challenges of the medieval era, the repercussions of the renaissance and the reasons for the reformation. Major revivals are analysed as well as the effectiveness of modern missionary movements. The struggles and strengths of the 20th century are also revealed, as well as various issues facing the 21st century church. By exploring such historical shifts in spirituality and society, students will gain understanding of both contingency and continuity in Christian history, in order to deepen their understanding of gospel ministry today. Unit detail page >>