During the January semester in the fourth year of study, students sit a series of five examinations that are designated “Fourth Year Integrated Examinations”. Four of these are three hour written examinations taken during the first two weeks of the semester while the fifth is a practicum conducted either during chapel services or class periods through the semester.
The objective of these examinations is to test the student’s ability to integrate what has been learned during the four years of study with special attention to issues relevant to future ministries.
Of the four written examinations, one is set in Biblical Studies and Ministry Studies, respectively, and two in Theological Studies. In setting and assessing all four papers attention is given to the integration of learning in the General Studies area with Biblical and Theological Studies.
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