Perth Bible College

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Coordinates: 31°52′19″S 115°45′58″E / 31.8720°S 115.7661°E / -31.8720; 115.7661

Perth Bible College
MottoTo serve with integrity
TypeTertiary Theological Institution
Established1928
Religious affiliation
Interdenominational
ChairpersonDr. Garth Eichorn
PrincipalDr. David Smith
DeanDr. Andre van Oudtshoorn
Students80 - 100
LocationPerth, Western Australia, Australia
CampusKarrinyup, Perth
Websitepbc.wa.edu.au

Perth Bible College (PBC) (previously the Perth Bible Institute) is an Evangelical interdenominational Bible college in Perth, Western Australia. The college was established in 1928, and is a participating member of the South Pacific Association of Bible Colleges, with all PBC courses internationally recognised by evangelical and parachurch agencies. PBC is approved by the Australian federal government as a Higher Education Provider.[1]

Courses[edit]

Courses range from undergraduate to doctoral level. Diploma and undergraduate courses[2] are accredited through the Australian Government in the AQF, with post-graduate courses[3] offered through Perth Bible College as a campus of Emmaus Bible College, accredited by the Sydney College of Divinity.[4]

Courses offered in 2017:
PBC accredited
1 Year - Diploma of Ministry (DipMin)
3 Years - Advanced Diploma of Ministry (AdvDipMin)
3 Years - Bachelor of Ministry (Bmin)
1 Year - Graduate Diploma of Ministry (GradDipMin)

SCD accredited:
Coursework
1.5 Years - Master of Arts (MA)
3 Years - Master of Divinity (MDiv)
1.5 Years - Master of Theology (MTh)

Research
Master of Arts (Honours) MA(Hon)
Master of Theology (Honours) MTh(Hon)
Doctor of Theology (DTh)
Doctor of Ministry (Dmin)
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About PBC". Perth Bible College. Retrieved 2009-06-06.
  2. ^ Perth Bible College undergrad course listing
  3. ^ Perth Bible College postgrad course listing
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-06-14. Retrieved 2015-02-07.

Further reading[edit]

  • Spice, Irene M (1993), Carment Urquhart and his vision, the Perth Bible Institute, I.M. Spice, ISBN 978-0-646-16517-2

External links[edit]

Perth Bible College