Bachelor of Theology

Main Campus

The Bachelor of Theology program is a 4-year or 8 academic semesters and 2 years or 4 academic semesters for those with Diploma from an accredited institution requiring. The student requires 129 credit hours (4yrs) and 66 credit hours (2yrs) of course work to graduate.

The programme seeks to promote excellence in African Christianity and aims at preparing and providing foundational knowledge, competencies, skills and contextual theological education for pastors, Christian workers, lay leaders, teachers, for ministry in churches, theological institutions, and Para-church organisations in Africa and beyond

  • Program Learning Outcomes
  • Teach and preach the gospel to transform Church and society
  • Explain and articulate the basic theological doctrines of the Christian faith
  • Apply the knowledge gained to the major issues and concepts in theological studies
  • Appropriately address the theological and human issues of life
  • Build and support others for Christian ministry in Africa
  • Entry requirements
  • The minimum requirement of Grade C+ must be attained at the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination (KCSE) or its equivalent and additional requirements specified for each academic program,
  • Diploma holders in relevant field of study with a GPA of 2.5 on a grade scale of 4.0 and a C grade in KCSE
  • A Level with two principal passes or its equivalent
  • What you can become
  • Pastor, Missionary, Christian Educator, Chaplain, Youth Minister, Counselor/Therapist, Church Administrator, Theological Writer/Researcher, Community Organizer, Missions Coordinator
undergraduate Classes

The program integrates faith with critical life issues and vocation to help you discover your purpose for life.