Master of Arts in Ministry
|Accreditation||Asia Theological Association|
30 credits for theological bachelor’s degree holders
60 credits for non-theological bachelor’s degree holders
Full-time: One year (30 credits)
Two years (60 credits)
Part-time: Up to three years (30 credits)
Up to six years (60 credits)
If you are an international applicant, you must have obtained a minimum TOEFL score of 80 (IBT)/550(PBT) or an IELTS score of 6.5 (or the equivalent)
Upon successful completion of the program, you should have:
|Old Testament Foundations*||3|
|New Testament Foundations*||3|
THEOLOGY AND HISTORY
|Systematic Theology I*||3|
|Systematic Theology II*||3|
|Systematic Theology III*||3|
MINISTRY AND GENERAL
|Theological Research and Writing*||3|
|Principles of Teaching*||3|
|Pastoral Theology and Leadership||3|
|Biblical Theology of Missions||3|
Theological Bachelor degree holders are expected to have completed subjects marked with an * in their Bachelor degrees. Otherwise, these subjects may be required as deficiencies in the course of study.
Each course is worth three credits unless otherwise stated.
|Theological Research and Writing|
|Old Testament Foundations|
|Systematic Theology I|
|New Testament Foundations|
|Systematic Theology II|
|Systematic Theology III|
|Pastoral Theology and Leadership|
|Biblical Theology of Missions|
|Principles of Teaching|
The course Theological Research and Writing is offered in an online format. All students must start the program with this course.
- Students can choose to study their courses online if they are offered. This mostly consists of the first-year courses.
Students must fulfill the following requirements for graduation.
- Satisfactory completion of the program of study
- Maintenance of a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.5
- Approval by the Dean’s Committee
- Settlement of all financial obligations with the College