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BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY
Required Subjects (subject to change by the School of Religion and Theology):

FIRST YEAR:

BIST 110

Introduction New Testament

BIST 120

Introduction Old Testament

SYTH 110

History, Truth & Worldviews

SYTH 120

Introduction to Systematic Theology

HICH 110

Ancient Church History

PRTH 110

Introduction: Practical Theology

BILA 110

Classical Hebrew

BILA 120

Hellenistic Greek

 

SECOND YEAR:

BIST 210

Text, Interpretation, Culture

BIST 220

Critical Tools of Biblical Study

SYTH 210

Selected Christian Doctrines

SYTH 222

Theological Ethics

HICH 210

History of the Reformation

RELG 101

Introduction to Religion

PRTH 260

Homiletics, Worship & Liturgy

PRTH 220

Transforming Christian Education

[BILA 220

Hellenistic Greek]

[BILA 240

Classical Hebrew]

 

THIRD YEAR (subject to change by the School of Religion and Theology):
A. Pastoral Specialisation ending with BTh:

SYTH 310

Systematic Theology

BIST 310

Biblical Theology

PRTH 341

Pastoral Crisis Counselling

HICH 311

History of Christianity: Modern Period

 

Two Electives

SYTH 370

Lutheran Theology

 

 

 

One elective


POST-GRADUATE STUDIES

´╗┐BRIDGING YEAR TO HONOURS: Students with a Diploma can register for an Advanced Diploma.  Those who pass this with over 65% can go into BTh Honours.

BTh HONOURS: Students take core courses and a mini-dissertation required in either: Biblical Studies, Systematics, History of Christianity or Practical Theology.

MASTER OF THEOLOGY: Masters can be done as MTh by Dissertation or by Course Work.

THE DOCTORATE (PHD): This is done by dissertation only.

THE POST-GRADUATE CHURCH ORIENTED YEAR:

UELCSA:       FIFTH YEAR:The curriculum is stipulated by UELCSA
                         FIRST THEOLOGICAL EXAMINATION as stipulated by UELCSA
                         INTERNSHIP as stipulated by UELCSA
                        SECOND THEOLOGICAL EXAMINATION as stipulated by UELCSA

ELCSA:         MINISTERIAL SEMESTER OR YEAR as stipulated by ELCSA


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