The programme is designed to reflect discourse on God, through general and special revelation of Himself and His relationship to creation. Through a biblically integrated curriculum, students will be equipped to assume positions of leadership, influence, and responsibility in Church, community, schools and other organizations, both locally and globally.


The aim of the programme is to provide holistic theological education that enhances students’ spirituality, leadership and ministerial skills, and the capability to pursue postgraduate studies in theology and other related courses.
The programme objectives are to:

  1. Acquaint students with basic knowledge of Christian Religion as it relates to other religions, such as African Traditional Religion, Islam and Judaism.
  2. Inculcate in the students the needed qualities for ministerial vocation, teaching career, administration, social work and offer them solid academic background for professional degrees.
  3. Orient students towards developing minds of a broad spectrum conducive to a pluralistic and multicultural society such as Nigeria as well as harnessing the sacred and secular worldviews towards an integrated and peaceful community.
  4. Enable students to engage, understand, interpret, and communicate the biblical revelation in ways that will meet the needs of the 21st Century audience.
  5. Help students develop critical understanding, assimilation and application of biblical and theological principles of ministry in contemporary society.
  6. Enable students to acquire knowledge and practical skills in the performance of Christian ministry under the guidance and supervision of competent ministers, teachers and experts.
  7. Equip students to acquire and apply research skills.

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