The Bachelor of Theology program is designed to produce graduates who are well trained, confident and competent. Students receive training in major theological issues as well as contemporary studies to enable them to become experienced in the particular skills required of them. They receive thorough grounding such disciplines as the old and new testaments, comparative studies, ecumenical movements, as well as biblical languages, leading to a high level of training skills.

This program is useful to those who desire to work as ordained ministers and in particular those who would wish to b become teachers of theology at a higher level of learning, as well as employees of faith-based non-governmental organizations.The program includes clinical pastor; education to equip thoroughly those who would end up working in clinical settings and caring ministry. The purpose of the program is to train women and men whose aim is to work with the church and other institution as experts in matters of theology. This program will prepare and equip the student to acquire sufficient knowledge of theology in order to interpret the scriptures accurately and in a relevant way.

Duration of Study

The Bachelor of Theology program is designed to cover four academic years (8 semesters). Each year will have three trimesters totaling eight trimesters in all. The course duration will consist of a maximum 52 units and a minimum 47 units of three credit hours each. The student will have accumulated a minimum of a hundred and forty-seven (147) credit hours. This includes a senior research paper 6 credit hours and clinical pastoral education I &II (@ 3 credit hours total of 6 hours. in the final year without an option. All students are required to take one-year practicum during the second and third year. Ministerial formation course is not examinable. A student who does not finish the course of studies within the given period may be allowed an extension for up to eight years.

Mode of study

  • Full time
  • Part-time
  • Distance learning and e-learning
Program taught in:
  • English

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