Audio recording of lectures is not normally permitted. If a lecturer grants permission then the recording must not be copied and can only be used by a student enrolled in that subject. The recording should be erased within 7 days of the lecture.
How to Study and Pass Exams
Effective study is often hampered by students not understanding how to make the best use of appropriate study skills. Exam marks can generally be improved by the application of better exam technique.
In order to assist you, the External Studies Department has produced a book - 'How to Study'. Although it is written especially for students of our Certificate Course (Th.C), the principles are just as applicable to Diploma course students. It is both simple and practical and should allow you to pursue your studies with much greater effectiveness.
It can be ordered from the External Studies Department.
Moore College Evening Course Syllabus
The syllabus is provided for the information of students. Lecturers may make some changes within the syllabus according to their own interests and expertise. This means that the actual outline for each unit will be provided at the first lecture.
Recommended reading has been included to allow students who wish to do some reading before lectures begin to obtain helpful books. In general, these will be the basic texts for each unit, but lecturers may make their own recommendations. Students may save themselves some expense by waiting until the first lecture before buying any books. During the term other books may be recommended either for the assignment or for those who wish to pursue the unit in more depth.
There are no prerequisites for any unit. For example, New Testament 1(S) does not have to be completed before New Testament 2(E).