About the Course

Programme Purpose
The purpose of the Bachelor of Theology programme is to promote excellence in African Christianity by preparing pastors and theological educators who are well equipped intellectually, socially, and spiritually.

Programme Objectives
At the end of the study in the Bachelor of Theology programme, the student should be able to:

a) Teach and preach the gospel message in such a way that it is clearly understood.
b) Expound the Bible and theological confessions that serve as a foundation of evangelical Christian faith.
c) Apply knowledge gained to address the issues and challenges facing the church and society in Africa.
d) Pursue further studies in the various areas of theological education.

Admission Requirements

Admission Requirements for the Bachelor of Theology Programme
all applicants for admission to the Bachelor of Theology programme shall meet the following requirements:
a) KCSE mean grade C+ or its equivalent.
b) KCSE mean grade C- or its equivalent plus a university-level diploma.
c) O Level Division II or it equivalent.
d) O Level Division III or its equivalent plus a university-level diploma.
e) A Level with two principal passes or its equivalent.

Curriculum

Area Credit Hours Percentage
Biblical Studies 39 hours 27%
Pastoral Studies 36 hours 25%
General Studies 24 hours 17%
Theological Studies 21 hours 15%
Missions Studies 12 hours 8%
Christian Education 6 hours 4%
Church History 7 hours 4%
Total 145 hours 100%

Mode of delivery

1 day at AIU Karen campus (Mondays)
2 days at AIu Karen campus
3 days at AIU Karen Campus

  • School Based classes at AIU Karen campus and Eldoret Campus
  • Evening Classes- town campus
  • Evening classes- Umoja campus

Fee structure

Tuition per Term 42,000
Admin Charges 13,525
Total Tuition fee per Term 55,525
Total per Year 166,575
Total per Programme 666,300

 

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