Introducing Australia’s first Christian MBA




The new MBA (Master of Business Administration) at CHC is designed to give you the skills and knowledge to create and manage effective organisations in complex and dynamic environments.

It is the only MBA in Australia developed with the Christian leader in mind and will enhance your performance as a business owner, or as an executive in private companies, not-for-profits, churches, and charities.

Advanced units in Finance, Marketing, Human Resources and Strategy will allow you to create or transition your business to a missional business model. Missional businesses make a positive contribution to individuals and communities by providing sustainable, meaningful, paid employment and wisely stewarding the resources of the planet.

Develop your potential whilst engaging your passion for the Kingdom of God.

The course is delivered in part-time, external mode, allowing you maximum flexibility to manage your busy schedule.

Benefit from lecturers with real world experience in government, private enterprise, entrepreneurship and the not-for-profit sector. Network with your fellow students as peers with the same energy and drive to make a difference in the world.

Register your interest today – click the button below to contact us. We will be in touch with more information and guide you through the application process.


Aspire 3 Magazine – Issue 3 Available Now!

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Aspire Magazine – Issue 3 available Now!

The next edition of Aspire, CHC’s community magazine is available now by clicking here. This edition features a report on recent events such as the Witherspoon Fellowship and Missional Business Conference, and a wrap-up of Open Day and Uni Games.

You can subscribe to Aspire in the iTunes Store – just search for “CHC magazine”.

CHC Researcher To Present At International Conference

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CHC is proud to announce that Mrs Karenne Hills from the School of Social Sciences will present a paper at the Summer Institute on Theology and Disability 2015 conference in Atlanta, USA on May 26-30, 2015. Karenne has a growing research profile in the area of disability and has presented at a number of national and international conferences on the subject of spirituality, sexuality and disability in the past two years.

The international conference to be held in Atlanta is one of the few worldwide which focuses on the topic of disability theology and brings together experts in the field to disseminate emerging knowledge regarding this neglected research area. Her paper which is entitled Spirituality and people with a disability in the context of human sexuality explores historical religious and societal attitudes to sexuality and provides an alternative biblical perspective which encompasses a fresh look at the God inspired purpose of sexuality as a valued ingredient of the human experience, including people with disabilities.

CHC congratulates Karenne for her valuable contribution to the disability research field and wishes her a safe trip and every blessing as she engages in this important event.

Aspire Magazine – Issue 2 Available Now!

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Aspire Magazine – Issue 2 Available Now!

The next edition of Aspire, CHC’s community magazine is available now by clicking here. This edition features an interview with CHC alumnus Associate Professor Kathy Mills (QUT) on her journey in teaching and research.

You can subscribe to Aspire in the iTunes Store – just search for “CHC magazine”.