Scott Christian University operates under a charter granted by the Government of Kenya in 1997. This charter, while giving the University the legal status of a university-level academic institution, expressly recognises its distinctive character as a Bible-based, evangelical institution whose mission is to equip students for church and church related ministries.
Under the charter, the Bachelor of Theology degree programme offered by the University is accredited by the Kenya Commission for Higher Education.
The accreditation process involves a rigorous scrutiny of academic standards to ensure that course offered meet internationally expected standards for the relevant degree.
Together with this accreditation, the B.Th. degree programme continues to be accredited by the Accrediting Council for Theological Education in Africa (ACTEA).
With this dual accreditation, each of which subjects the University’s academic programme to periodical scrutiny, graduates of the University can be assured that the degree they receive will be a widely recognised qualification that meets the highest academic standards.
Persons wishing to apply for admission to study in the Bachelor of Theology degree programme are expected to provide the University Admissions Officer with evidence that he or she meets the academic qualifications for admission, together with the specified application fee... See More