Mode of Study
Jan & July
Next Start Date
Our Postgraduate Diploma in Theology program is designed for individuals who have already completed an undergraduate degree in a related field. The program takes one year to complete and provides students with advanced knowledge in various aspects of theology. Students will often study the history and evolution of Christianity, as well as philosophical and theological debates within the religion. They may also delve into the study of the Bible and its interpretation, the role of religions in society, and pastoral care.
Programme Learning Outcomes
- Students learn to critically evaluate Kingdom of God interpretations across context, history, and theology.
- Students understand Jesus’ ministry and mission’s core message, emphasizing the importance of the Kingdom of God.
- Students will understand the essence, purpose, and goal of the Kingdom of God.
- Students will fully understand the present and future aspects of the Kingdom of God.
- Students will be trained with a missional mindset, aiming to serve and spread the gospel of the kingdom.
What we Offer
- Our Postgraduate Diploma in Theology (PGDT) Students will be groomed and taught how to conduct general and biblical research in Theology at the TICK.
- Our graduated students from this department will be conferred an “Associate Christian Theologian” (ACT) upon publishing at least three research articles.
- Our PGDT graduates will be able to serve as Assistant Lecturers or Junior Research Trainees at TICK and SKT departments.
- Our PDGT graduates will automatically become our ambassadors and represent us all over the world.
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 an “Associate Christian Theologian.”
GEN 001 Christian Research Methods and Integration (2 Hrs)
GEN 003 Biblical Greek (2 Hrs)
GEN 101 TTS Liturgy and the Church (2 Hrs)
GEN 102 Biblical Philosophy (2 Hrs)
THE 501 Old Testament Theology (2 Hrs)
THE 502 New Testament Theology (2 Hrs)
THE 503 Church History (2 Hrs)
THE 504 Systematic Theology I (2 Hrs)
PRT 011 Practicum I (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: 19 December 2023
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(Philippians 3:20 ESV)