The Graduate School program provides the necessary opportunities for continued growth and development of productive scholars, effective teachers and dynamic Christian leaders. The program requires undertaking research in theological education aimed at serving the community and uplift the human society.
Having finished the Master’s degree, the graduate student is expected to:
a) Live the Christian faith and be a witness to the values of Christ to the community
b) Increase the level of knowledge in the field academic advancement.
c) Enhance skills in classroom instruction for effective teaching
d) Manifest professionalism and perform basic function of management
e) Demonstrate administrative leadership