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Jan & July
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The Doctorate in Christian Education is a research-oriented program that aims to equip students with advanced knowledge and skills for leadership positions in Christian education. The program is designed for those who have already earned a Master’s degree in Christian Education or a related field and are interested in pursuing a career in teaching, administration, or research. Students in the program will learn about the theoretical foundations of Christian education, explore different teaching methods and curriculum design approaches, and develop skills in research and evaluation. Courses may cover topics such as biblical studies, theology, pedagogy, and administration.
Programme Learning Outcomes
- To demonstrate a thorough understanding of the philosophy, history and theology of Christian education.
- To identify the key challenges facing Christian education in contemporary society and propose effective solutions to these challenges.
- To conduct advanced research on issues related to Christian education, which will demonstrate the ability to apply appropriate research methodologies.
- To design, develop and deliver effective curriculum and instructional strategies that are based on sound pedagogical principles and are based on Christian values.
- To critically evaluate instructional practices and materials in Christian educational settings and provide recommendations for improving teaching and learnin
What we Offer
- Our Doctoral students will be groomed and taught how to conduct general and biblical research in Christian Education, Counselling, or Educational Leadership at the TICK.
- Our graduated students from this department will be conferred an “Associate Christian Teacher” (ACT) upon publishing at least three research articles.
- Our Doctoral graduates will be able to serve as Assistant Professors or Research Assistants at TICK, CENBRABED and SKT departments.
- Our Doctoral graduates will automatically become our ambassadors and represent us all over the world.
- Graduates of the program can expect to be prepared for leadership roles in various settings, such as churches, schools, seminaries, and non-profit organizations.
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 Teacher.”
Dissertation Proposal and Mentor-Directed Studies Phase
DOC 820 Advanced Christian Research Methods and Integration (3 Hrs)
MDS 821 Mentor-Directed Studies I (5 Hrs)
DOC 822 Doctoral Dissertation Prospectus (5 Hrs)
DOC 822 Academic Papers I (5 Hrs)
ITC 825 Integrative Colloquium I (3 Hrs)
SEM 830 Specialized Seminar I (3 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: 03 November 2023
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