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The Master of Arts in Biblical Theology program seeks to produce hermeneutically sound Biblical scholars and researchers who accurately interpret scripture and employ critical and creative skills to bridge the gap between the Ancient Near East and the contemporary world thus, able to communicate the message of scripture in every sphere of the society.
At the end of the programme students will be able to:
- ·Effectively utilize various interpretive tools.
- ·Demonstrate mastery of various interpretative approaches to scripture.
- ·Use biblical languages to exegete Biblical text.
- ·Participate in scholarly workshops, present papers in conferences as well as publish in referred Journals.
For admission into the programme, a candidate must be a holder of a bachelor’s degree from a recognized institution with a minimum GPA of 2.70 or Second class upper division or its equivalent.
In this programme one can specialize in either
- Old Testament
- New Testament
This fee schedule is established by the Council of Governors and may be raised at the discretion of the Council should economic circumstances in Kenya change.
The full time course load is between 10 and 12 credit hours per term.
Students with an average of B+ or higher are allowed to accelerate and may take up to 15 credit hours per term.
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The University awards scholarships in July of each year and the successful candidates are awarded one of the following scholarships:
- CITAM Scholarships
- Hendrick Scholarships
- Ulting Scholarships
- Timothy scholarships
- URCO Scholarships
- Peter Cuke Scholarship (This is only given to a fourth year student and is for one year)
The scholarship is awarded annually, and progressive students may reapply every year to request for renewal of the scholarship.
Scholarship terms and conditions apply.