Master of


DurationMinimum 1.5 years (Full Time), or up to 6 years (Part Time);
Course TypePostgraduate Degree (coursework)
Course CodeMML17

Course Structure


Four compulsory core units, delivered in an intensive format.

Two elective units, usually in areas related to the area of research interest and a research project of 16,000 words
Three elective units and a smaller research project of 8,000 words.

Required Subjects

Missional Hermeneutics EM721
A firm and deep grasp of Scripture is essential to any missional task. Learn how to read the Bible
missionally as we read Scripture in our own contexts.

Semester One 2020

Cultural Exegesis EM722
Addresses various approaches of contextual exegesis that will help to better engage with our
missional contexts.

19-20, 23-25 September 2019

Missional Spirituality EM723
A transformative ministry for the sake of others is the outcome of a transformed life. Explore
ways in which we cooperate with God in our own spiritual transformation and then participate
with God in His mission to the world.

Semester Two 2020

Missional Leadership PC771
Focuses on adding value and strategic missional effectiveness to our leadership in organizations.
Consider a variety of leadership issues in order to inform your missional understanding and

11-13 February, April 4-5, 2019

Elective Subjects

A variety of elective units are available that are in line with your area of mission.

Research Methods RM095

31 January – 6 February 2019

Global Migration Diaspora and the Mission of God EM713

18-22 November 2019

Islam in Southeast Asia EM720

August 2019 (TBC)

Religions of the World EM719

Semester One 2020

Christian Ministry in Islamic Contexts EM782

Semester Two 2020

For elective options in Aid & Development and Education please contact us for further information.

Research Project

A research project focussed on your area of missional leadership.

Entry Requirements

Applicants must hold a Bachelor degree and at least one year equivalent of higher education award in Theology or Ministry, or have successfully completed study deemed equivalent to the ACT’s Bachelor of Ministry or Bachelor of Theology.

Non English Speaking Background Students: minimum International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score of 7.0 with no band score lower than 7.0 in reading and writing or 6.5 in listening and speaking.

Dr David H.F. Ng
Program Leader
Master of Missional Leadership

MST is an affiliated college of the Australian College of Theology, CRICOS: 02650E.

For more detailed information on these courses see the ACT course overview.

Master of Missional Leadership MML17