Religious Education units at Campion College are studied as part of the Graduate Certificate in Religious Education (Primary). It serves as a foundational, ‘stand-alone’ qualification and as a pathway for further learning in theological studies. For students already with teaching qualifications, it provides an opportunity for professional development.
Religious Education units at Campion
Campion College currently offers four Religious Education Units as part of its Graduate Certificate in Religious Education (Primary):
RED501: Historical Context of Catholic Teaching
This unit of study traces the historical development of Catholic life and teaching and explores how this can be presented to students at various levels. Click here for the unit outline.
RED502: Catechesis in Sacramental Theology
Students completing this unit will develop a body of knowledge related to the education in sacramentality and sacraments of students in primary schools. Click here for the unit outline.
RED503: Challenges and Strategies in Religious Education
Students completing this unit will explore developmental theory and curriculum principles applicable to the religious education of students. Click here for the unit outline.
RED504: Introduction to Biblical Studies
Students completing this unit will develop a body of knowledge related to the Bible and its interpretation according to the Catholic Tradition. Click here for the unit outline.