The Bachelor of Theology programme aims at equipping students with
theological and pastoral competence in order to meet the spiritual needs
of the society in a changing environment, both in the church and the
world at large.
Objectives of the Programme
The curriculum is designed to produce effective pastors, chaplains,
preachers, lay leaders and trainers who are capable of interpreting the
Biblical message so as to meet the spiritual needs of communities both
in the rural and urban environments.
The programme further seeks to enable graduates to think of
themselves, to be creative, adventurous, and visionary, as they take up
pastoral and ministerial responsibilities in various sectors of the
This programme gives a broad training in all areas of
theological, psychological, and sociological knowledge, and in the
practical skills of communication, Church management, pastoral care,
preaching and evangelism.
Current options for concentrations are: Applied Theology, and African
Religious Studies. Students may also take a minor in either of the two
concentrations. A minimum of 160 credit hours is needed for graduation.
In addition to meeting the University entrance requirements, applicants
must have obtained at least a C in KCSE or its equivalent qualification
in English, in order to be allowed to pursue a Bachelor of Theology