BRINGING ONLINE COMMUNITY TO YOU
Undergraduate Satisfaction*
in Postgraduate Educational Experience^
All AC Courses: 100% Online**

EVERY SUBJECT AND COURSE AT AC IS AVAILABLE ONLINE

And with our rolling intakes, you can start your online journey today. Engagement with you is our priority and staying connected is the key. Through regular communication, online formation, pastoral care, and state-of-the-art delivery from world experts, you become a part of a thriving online community. 

To support you in your online learning, we provide you with individualised learning support, quick responses to each of your questions, and access to the best online library resources… you can even chat with a librarian!

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“Online education needs to be so much more than the accumulation of information and knowledge. Our goal is for student transformation within an online learning community where personal and professional goals are reinforced, validated, and applied within their cultural and vocational contexts. Alphacrucis’ accredited online awards are bench-marked against industry standards for knowledge and skills development appropriate for today.”

RON HANNAFORD
Director of Digital Learning

ADAM WHITE

> Teaching I & II Corinthians


JACQUELINE SERVICE

> Teaching Theology of Social Justice


WHAT MAKES AC ONLINE UNIQUE?



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KEEPING CONNECTED

At the start of each subject, you are introduced to your peers online and form small groups. Together, you engage in activities such as online discussions, peer review and group assignments so you can interact and learn from each other. And your lecturers keep connected with you through individual feedback and support.




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ONLINE, INTENSIVES, BLENDED DELIVERY

Lecturers and tutors model mentorship, online engagement and pastoral care so that you can consider different perspectives and values with a sense of safety, curiosity and respect. This nurtures a deeper learning process, where critical thinking, honest reflection and essential social skills are developed.



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ANYTIME, ANYWHERE

You get to learn from high-quality video lectures and live streaming, where lecturers share their knowledge, passion and experience. You can engage with your online content and assignments anytime, anywhere, with an internet-enabled device, but are still within a weekly schedule that encourages and motivates you to progress.

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TESTIMONIALS

“With work, church and other life commitments I found studying online was the best option for me to get the right balance. The lecturers make the online study really interactive through class webinars, online videos and challenging quizzes to keep it fresh and engaging.”

JESSE FITZGERALD
Bachelor of Theology Student

"I came to AC to study a Bachelor of Applied Social Science. God placed this on my heart during a missions trip to help people in need. My time at AC has really grounded me in having a biblical approach and worldview and I really appreciate how my lecturers share from a place of genuine experience. After graduating I hope to work in youth or community development where I can bring people together and share Christ's love with them practically."

NAOMI JALE
Bachelor of Applied Social Science Student

“The brilliance of the online campus is that you can stack your workload according to your schedule. All the content, milestones and deadlines are laid out at the start of the course so you can manage your study with other commitments. Your lecturers and tutors are available to support you in the virtual classroom and the online discussions are great!”

SAM STEWART

Master of Arts Graduate




*16% higher than the national average. UG Federal Government’s Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching 2018. QILT.edu.au.
^Postgraduate Business and Leadership, 2018 QILT Survey. QILT.edu.au.
**Subjects with required face-to-face delivery, such as Social Science and Education practicals, will meet physical distancing measures and required hygiene practices. Based on the latest Government advice, we are planning for a gradual return to face-to-face teaching for students who can attend campus.