A code consisting of three letters followed by three digits is used to identify courses. The letters identify the discipline category to which the course belongs:
indicates a Biblical Studies course
indicates a Theological Studies course
indicates a General Studies course
indicates a Ministry Studies course
indicates a Learning Contract
The first digit identifies the Programme of which the course is part. "1" or "2" indicate a Diploma course, "3 and "4" indicate a BTh course; the second digit identifies a course as either a mandatory -- “0” -- or elective course-- “1”. The final digit provides a unique course identification number.
As examples, the code “BIB 101” identifies the mandatory first year Diploma Biblical Studies course “Inductive Bible Study” while “EDU 312” identifies the third year BTh elective course on “Christian Education for all ages".
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