The following Flow Chart shows how the credit hours are applied in all of our programs.

Certificate in Ministry

30 Credit Hours

= 30 Credit Hours

Diploma in Ministry

30 Credit Hours

= 30 Credit Hours

Bachelor Degrees

60 Credit Hours

= 120 Credit Hours

Bachelor Degree Honors

18 Credit Hours

= 136 Credit Hours

PROGAM COST

Program Cost per module Graduation Cost Course Total
R R R
Certificate 350.00 700.00 4900.00
Diploma 350.00 700.00 4900.00
Bachelor Degree 500.00 700.00 6700.00
Honours Degree 550.00 700.00 7300.00

Certificate in Ministry

The Certificate in Ministry is an ideal starting point for students who desire to know God’s Word and need a basic Biblical foundation for Spirit-filled Ministry.
Code Name of Course Credits
CC101 Christian Foundations 3
CC102 Knowing God’s Voice 3
CC103 The Five-Fold Prayer 3
CC104 Old Testament Survey 3
CC105 New Testament Survey 3
CC106 Christian Ethics 3
CC107 Releasing your Divine Call 3
CC108 Biblical Excellence 3
CC109 The Spiritual Harvest 3
CC110 Spiritual Battlefields 3

 

Minimum of 10 Courses 30 Credits

Diploma in Ministry

A Diploma in Ministry provides the best ministry preparation and at the end of this program, students will be able to integrate Christian principles in critical thinking and decision making. The program prepares the student for further study into the various tracks of our Bachelor Degrees. The entrance requirements for the Diploma in Ministry is a Certificate in Ministry or 30 credit hours.

Code Name of Course Credits
DC201 Learning to lead in ministry 3
DC202 The Book of Ephesians 3
DC203 Supernatural Healing & Health 3
DC204 Supernatural Gifts 3
DC205 Praise and Worship 3
DC206 Preparing for Ministry 3
DC207 Kingdom Principles 3
DC208 Anointed for Ministry 3
DC209 The 21st Century Church 3
DC210 Environmental Analysis 3
Minimum of 10 Courses 30 Credits

Bachelor Degree in Theology

Students wanting to enter the 60-credit Bachelor Degree in Theology program must have completed a Diploma in Ministry or an equivalent of 60 credit hours.

The Bachelor Degree in Theology prepares students either for ordained ministry in a Christian church, Bible College or for a wider engagement in society.

Upon the successful completion of the Bachelor Degree in Theology program, the students should be able to:

 

  • explore the Bible in depth and to search for answers to some of the most pressing and confounding questions about man’s connection and relationship with God
  • understand the methods of Biblical, historical and systematic theology as a basis
  • search for a deeper understanding of the Christian religion and its interpretation of the universe
  • serve in ministry such as a local church or missions and develop abilities and virtues that will prepare them for their calling and career
  • provide an in-depth Biblical foundation to supply the values, knowledge and skills needed to effectively serve in church ministry
  • engage in the systematic study of the Scriptures and theology while being exposed to current theological issues that will enable independent Biblical and constructive thinking in vital areas of ministry
  • explore Christian doctrine and how it developed
  • look at the texts, beliefs and histories of religious groups and interpret, understand and ask questions about them
Code Name of Course Credits
BG301 Biblical World View 4
BG302 The Tabernacle of Moses 4
BG303 The Armor Bearer 4
BG304 Protocols in Ministry 4
BG305 The Power of the Local Church 4
BG306 The Five-Fold anointing 4
BG307 Know What You Believe 4
BG308 World Religions 4
BP404 The Prophetic Anointing 4
BA402 The Apostolic Anointing 4
BT401 Christology 4
BT402 Preparing for Tomorrow 4
BT403 Systematic Theology 4
BT404 Apologetics 4
BT405 Homiletics 4
Minimum of 15 Courses 60 Credits

Bachelor Degree in Ministry

Students wanting to enter the 60-credit Bachelor Degree in Ministry program must have completed a Diploma in Ministry or an equivalent of 60 credit hours.

The Bachelor of Ministry degree prepares students either for ordained ministry in a Christian church, or for a wider engagement in society.

 

Upon the successful completion of the Bachelor Degree in Ministry program, the students should be able to:

 

  • serve in ministry such as a local church or missions and develop abilities and virtues that will prepare them for their calling and career
  • provide an in-depth Biblical foundation to supply the values, knowledge and skills needed to effectively serve in church ministry
  • demonstrate a good understanding of theological and Biblical interpretation
  • provide foundational knowledge of the major disciplines of Christian ministry
  • look closer at how Christianity engages culture and how to use the Christian faith to address our world’s toughest issues
  • provide an in-depth Biblical foundation to supply the values, knowledge and skills needed to effectively serve in church ministry
  • provide the basic pastoral competence required for effective ministry in the Christian community
  • develop initial skills for pastoral ministry
  • achieve personal growth in ministry through the integration of theory and practice
Code Name of Course Credits
BG301 Biblical World View 4
BG302 The Tabernacle of Moses 4
BG303 The Armor Bearer 4
BG304 Protocols in Ministry 4
BG305 The Power of the Local Church 4
BG306 The Five-Fold Anointing 4
BG307 Know What You Believe 4
BG308 World Religions 4
BP404 The Prophetic Anointing 4
BT405 Homiletics 4
BM401 The Ministry of the Holy Spirit 4
BM402 Pastoral Ministry 4
BM403 Methods of Multiplication 4
BM404 Power Principles 4
BM405 Journey to Christianity 4
Minimum of 15 Courses 60 Credits

Bachelor Degree in Prophetic Ministry

Students wanting to enter the 60-credit Bachelor Degree in Prophetic Ministry program must have completed a Diploma in Ministry or an equivalent of 60 credit hours.

The Bachelor Degree in Prophetic Ministry prepares students either for ordained ministry in a Christian church, Bible College or for a wider engagement in society.

 

Upon the successful completion of the Bachelor Degree in Prophetic Ministry program, the students should be able to:

 

  • serve in ministry such as a local church and develop abilities and virtues that will prepare them for their prophetic calling and career
  • provide an in-depth Biblical foundation to supply the values, knowledge and skills needed to effectively serve in church ministry
  • demonstrate a good understanding of theological and Biblical interpretation
  • provide foundational knowledge of the major prophetic disciplines of Christian ministry
  • explore the Christian prophetic doctrine and how it developed
  • formulate essential principles of the prophetic ministry
  • develop initial skills for prophetic ministry
  • achieve personal growth in the prophetic ministry through the integration of theory and practice
  • Understand how to discern the voice of God and know when God speaks
  • Understand Spiritual gifts as applied to the office of a Prophet
  • Learn the rules that judge prophecy and identify signs of error
  • Understand the theology of dreams and dream interpretation
Code Name of Course Credits
BG301 Biblical World View 4
BG302 The Tabernacle of Moses 4
BG303 The Armor Bearer 4
BG304 Protocols in Ministry 4
BG305 The Power of the Local Church 4
BG306 The Five-Fold anointing 4
BG307 Know what you believe 4
BG308 World Religions 4
BM401 The Ministry of the Holy Spirit 4
BM404 Power Principles 4
BP401 Old Testament Prophets 4
BP402 Preparing for Tomorrow 4
BP403 Vision and Dreams 4
BP404 The Prophetic Anointing 4
BP405 Biblical Prophecy 4
Minimum of 15 Courses 60 Credits

Bachelor Degree in Apostolic Ministry

Students wanting to enter the 60-credit Bachelor Degree in Apostolic Ministry program must have completed a Diploma Degree in Ministry or an equivalent of 60 credit hours.

The Bachelor Degree in Apostolic Ministry prepares students either for ordained ministry in a Christian church, Bible College or for a wider engagement in society.

Upon the successful completion of the Bachelor Degree in Apostolic Ministry program, the students should be able to:

 

  • serve in ministry such as a local church and develop abilities and virtues that will prepare them for their apostolic calling
  • demonstrate a good understanding of theological and Biblical interpretation
  • achieve personal growth in the apostolic ministry through the integration of theory and practice
  • have an in depth overview of the apostolic ministry and an understanding of Christ and His Kingdom, governmental structure, and mission of the church
  • identify what is needed to restore authentic apostolic foundations so that the church can function effectively and in unity in the present-day environment
  • understand what it means to restore the five-fold ministry that will bring the church into unity and the full stature of Christ
  • formulate the phases of apostolic preparation and training and the related signs of the apostolic calling
  • Understand all aspects of the apostolic era and mission in the early church
  • discover how necessary it is to spend time in the presence of the Lord in the secret place and develop a face to face relationship with Him
Code Name of Course Credits
BG301 Biblical World View 4
BG302 The Tabernacle of Moses 4
BG303 The Armor Bearer 4
BG304 Protocols in Ministry 4
BG305 The Power of the Local Church 4
BG306 The Five-Fold anointing 4
BG307 Know what you believe 4
BG308 World Religions 4
BP404 The Prophetic Anointing 4
BM404 Power Principles 4
BA401 The Apostolic Ministry 4
BA402 The Apostolic Anointing 4
BA403 The Apostolic Church 4
BA404 Apostolic Foundations 4
BA405 The Apostolic Movement 4
Minimum of 15 Courses 60 Credits

Bachelor Degree in Christian Counseling

Students wanting to enter the 60-credit Bachelor Degree in Christian Counseling program must have completed a Diploma in Ministry or an equivalent of 60 credit hours.

The Bachelor Degree in Christian Counseling degree prepares students either for ordained ministry in a Christian church, or for a wider engagement in society.

 

Upon the successful completion of the Bachelor Degree in Christian Counseling program, the students should be able to:

 

  • serve in ministry such as a local church and develop abilities and virtues that will prepare them for their calling and career
  • provide an in-depth Biblical foundation to supply the values, knowledge and skills needed to effectively serve in Christian counseling ministry
  • formulate essential principles and ethics of Christianity
  • achieve personal growth in Christian counseling ministry through the integration of theory and practice
  • be conversant with an array of counseling approaches, both Christian and secular
  • display a basic competence in interviewing skills and counseling techniques
  • gain the necessary knowledge, practice, and skills for working with individuals, couples, children, families, and small groups in a variety of mental health settings
  • understand and explain the issues and problems that people face in life from a thoroughly Biblical point of view
  • impart the truth and power of God’s Word and the gospel into the lives of others that will bring emotional healing and health
Code Name of Course Credits
BG301 Biblical World View 4
BG302 The Tabernacle of Moses 4
BG303 The Armor Bearer 4
BG304 Protocols in Ministry 4
BG305 The Power of the Local Church 4
BG306 The Five-Fold anointing 4
BG307 Know what you believe 4
BG308 World Religions 4
BP404 The Prophetic Anointing 4
BM404 Power Principles 4
BC401 Counseling 4
BC402 Christian Psychology 4
BC403 Building Healthy Families 4
BC404 Substance Abuse 4
BC405 Overcoming Crisis 4
Minimum of 15 Courses 60 Credits

Bachelor Degree in Christian Education

Students wanting to enter the 60-credit Bachelor Degree in Christian Education program must have completed a Diploma in Ministry or an equivalent of 60 credit hours.

The Bachelor Degree in Christian Education degree prepares students either for ordained ministry in a Christian church, or for a wider engagement in society.

 

Upon the successful completion of the Bachelor Degree in Christian Education program, the students should be able to:

 

  • serve in ministry such as a local church or missions and develop abilities and virtues that will prepare them for their calling and career
  • provide an in-depth Biblical foundation to supply the values, knowledge and skills needed to effectively serve in Christian education
  • demonstrate a good understanding of theological and Biblical interpretation
  • promote growth toward personal maturity and ministry competence in the practice of ministry-related Christian education
  • utilize insights gained for the effective practice of Christian education in the church, the community, and the world
  • understand the comprehension of educational foundations
  • develop, organize, conduct, and evaluate Christian education ministry in various vocational assignments
  • develop skills that will enable them to minister effectively to students and their families in contemporary cultural settings
  • utilize insights gained from Biblical disciplines for the effective practice of Christian education in the church and the community
Code Name of Course Credits
BG301 Biblical World View 4
BG302 The Tabernacle of Moses 4
BG303 The Armor Bearer 4
BG304 Protocols in Ministry 4
BG305 The Power of the Local Church 4
BG306 The Five-Fold anointing 4
BG307 Know what you believe 4
BG308 World Religions 4
BM404 Power Principles 4
BP404 The Prophetic Anointing 4
BE401 Adolescent Development 4
BE402 Teaching tactics 4
BE403 Principles of Christian Education 4
BE404 Classroom Management 4
BE405 Creative Bible Study Methods 4
Minimum of 15 Courses 60 Credits

Bachelor Degree in Christian Entrepreneurship

Students wanting to enter the 60-credit Bachelor Degree in Christian Entrepreneurship

program must have completed a Diploma in Ministry or an equivalent of 60 credit hours.

The Bachelor Degree in Christian Entrepreneurship degree prepares students either for ordained ministry in a Christian church, or for a wider engagement in society.

Upon the successful completion of the Bachelor Degree in Christian Entrepreneurship program, the students should be able to:

 

  • provide an in-depth Biblical foundation to supply the values, knowledge and skills needed to effectively serve in the market place
  • formulate essential principles and ethics of Christianity
  • understand that the Christian lifestyle provides spirit-led opportunities entrepreneurship
  • apply Biblical principles that will set others free from a poverty mindset
  • know that it is God’s will to bless His people so that they can bless others and that believers are called to bless the nations
  • formulate the best business practices and timeless Biblical principles to ensure success and wealth
  • know that marketplace leaders exists to help men and women discover and fulfil God’s unique and complete purposes through their workplace calling
  • understand that God uses marketplace ministry typically to evangelize the secular workplace as opposed to homes, churches, or specialized venues
  • know that any Christian can fulfil their desire to serve God in the workplace
Code Name of Course Credits
BG301 Biblical World View 4
BG302 The Tabernacle of Moses 4
BG303 The Armor Bearer 4
BG304 Protocols in Ministry 4
BG305 The Power of the Local Church 4
BG306 The Five-Fold anointing 4
BG307 Know what you believe 4
BG308 World Religions 4
BM404 Power Principles 4
BP404 The Prophetic Anointing 4
BB401 Management by Objectives 4
BB402 The Christian Entrepreneur 4
BB403 Millions God’s Way 4
BB404 The Discipline of Giving 4
BB405 A Study of Money 4
Minimum of 15 Courses 60 Credits

Bachelor Degree in Ministry Honors

Students wanting to enter the 18-credit Honors Degree program must have completed a Bachelor Degree or an equivalent of 120 credit hours.

The Honors Degree program (B.Min.Hons.) is both a capstone to an undergraduate degree and preparation for postgraduate study. It is the first step on the path to advanced professional competence and is an intensive program of advanced study demonstrating special proficiency and the ability for further study within the Christian discipline.

Upon the successful completion of the Bachelor’s Degree in Ministry, the students should be able to:

  • develop advanced skills in Biblical Studies, Theology and Christian ministries in preparation for significant senior leadership in the ministry
  • demonstrate competence in communicating the Word effectively in a variety of settings
  • develop leadership skills that serve the ministry needs of the local church in the twenty- first century
  • develop a Christian worldview in which attitudes and values are informed by Biblical standards
  • train others and bring them to spiritual maturity
  • learn what is meant by the transformation of cities and nations through the preaching of the Gospel of the Kingdom
  • define the moral and spiritual responsibility of the church and individual believers to confront injustice, where ever it is found, until the whole earth is filled with righteousness and justice
  • demonstrate an understanding of church planting techniques and church growth strategies
  • understand that marketplace ministry is the passion that starts when God connects their career, business, ministry and life purpose into one package
  • have an understanding that Christian entrepreneurs are already in fulltime ministry
  • Determine the best practices of management and leadership for the contemporary Christian ministry or organization
  • Analyze practical managerial scenarios identifying the administrative skills and leadership abilities needed for the most successful outcome
Code Name of Course Credits
BH501 Apostolic Finances 3
BH502 Apostolic Leadership 3
BH503 Apostolic Administration 3
BH504 Apostolic Rule 3
BH505 Apostolic Expansion 3
BH506 Apostolic Counseling 3
Minimum of 6 Courses 18 Credits