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The Diploma in Theology teaches students various theological subjects, including biblical studies, Christian theology, history, and ministry. It prepares students for church leadership, pastoral work, and missionary service, or further studies in theology. Coursework includes lectures, seminars, and internships, giving graduates a solid biblical foundation, theology knowledge, and ministry skills. It’s perfect for those looking to increase their understanding of Christianity and prepare for a career in Christian ministry.
Programme Learning Outcomes
- Students earning a Diploma in Theology will develop critical thinking skills through analyzing religious texts and interpretations, as well as engaging with diverse perspectives and beliefs.
- Students will gain a broad knowledge of different religious traditions, including their history, beliefs, practices, and cultural context.
- Students will learn to communicate effectively and persuasively about religious topics to a range of audiences.
- A Diploma in Theology equips students with skills to consider issues of ethical importance thoughtfully.
- Theological studies can lead to personal growth as individuals engage with the sacred and engage in a reflective and contemplative practice.
What we Offer
- Our Diploma in Theology (DTh) Students will be groomed and taught how to conduct general and biblical research in Christian-Kingdom Theology at the TICK.
- Our graduated students from this department will be conferred a “Student Christian Theologian” (ACT) upon publishing at least two research articles on the African Journal of Kingdom Education (AJOKE).
- Our DTh graduates will be able to serve as Volunteers at TICK and in this department.
- Our DTh graduates will automatically become our ambassadors and represent us all over the world.
- As a Diploma in Theology Graduate, you can enrol for your direct-entry into our BA programmes.
This great program is taught via lectures, seminars, group work, computer-based learning, independent learning and research. Writing lab of Timothy Imuwahen Centre for Kingdomology (TICK) is an important parts of this course. During that time, you will benefit from practical learning and be supported by the TICK Certified Associates and Fellows, Christian scholars and pastoral leaders in Christian research methods and integration. At the end of your program, you will be conferred a “Student Christian Theologian.”
GEN 001 Christian Research Methods and Integration (2 Hrs)
GEN 002 First Grammar and Communication Skills (2 Hrs)
GEN 003 Biblical Greek I (2 Hrs)
GEN 101 TTS Liturgy and the Church (2 Hrs)
GEN 102 Introduction to Biblical Philosophy (2 Hrs)
THE 101 Old Testament Survey (2 Hrs)
THE 102 New Testament Survey (2 Hrs)
THE 103 Church History (2 Hrs)
PRT 011 Practicum I (2 Hrs)
GEN 004 Biblical Greek II (2 Hrs)
THE 111 Apostolic Discipleship and Mentorship (2 Hrs)
THE 112 Demonology and Deliverance (2 Hrs)
THE 113 Public Speaking and Oration (2 Hrs)
THE 114 Life and Teaching of Jesus (2 Hrs)
THE 115 Survey of World Religions (2 Hrs)
THE 116 Kingdom Studies (2 Hrs)
THE 117 Territorial Leadership (2 Hrs)
PRT 012 Practicum II (2 Hrs)
Students in the program has access to the Timothy Imuwahen Centre for Kingdomology (TICK) for extensive training in research and publications.
After your research work at TICK, Students will submit and publish their articles at the African Journal of Kingdom Education (AJOKE) seamlessly.
You can access free Wi-Fi throughout the Seminary or the Writing Lab, so you can work from anywhere. If you don’t want to carry a laptop around, just use one of the Seminary’s PCs.
Testament, Witness and Order (TWO) Conference hold biannually where Christian scholars, Professionals and Kingdom Orators come in to talk on topics in the Christendom and other spheres of influence.
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Page last updated: 18 December 2023
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