BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY
The Center for Evangelical and Pastoral Theology offers a Bachelor of Theological and Pastoral Studies consisting of forty (40) courses (120 credits), which is part of a long-term training. Students who have already obtained 60 credits in the Associate in Theology program will only need to complete 20 courses or 60 credits.
Training is given on site for some courses and online (remotely) for all courses.
The courses are as follows:
301CTP-The Pentateuch 3 credits
302CTP-The Writings of Paul 3 units
303CTP-Historical Books 3 credits
304-CTP-The Prophetic Books 3 credits
305CTP-The Writings of John: Gospel to Revelation 3 credits
306CTP-Books of Wisdom 3 credits
307CTP-Perspectives and Intervention Methods in Helping Relationships 3 credits
308CTP-Pastoral Leadership 3 credits
309CTP-Pastoral Ethics 3 credits
310CTP-Pastoral Theology 3 credits
401CTP-Church Planting and Growth in the 21st Century 3 units
402CTP-Theology of the Holy Spirit 3 units
403CTP-Introduction to the Study of Religions 3 units
404CTP-Apologetics 3 credits
405CTP-Law and Grace 3 credits
406CTP-Biblical Doctrines 3 units
407CTP-The Method of ExpositoryPreaching 3 credits
408CTP-The Ministry of the Church 3 units
409CTP- These research papers (20,000 words) 3 credits
410CTP-Ministerial mentoring internship at the end of the baccalaureate 3 credits
THE BACHELOR IN THEOLOGY IS OFFERED IN TWO LANGUAGES, FRENCH OR ENGLISH
A systematic study of Christian theology with special attention given to bibliology and theology proper. All the bible doctrines are viewed and analyzed.
This course is a study of the theological areas of prolegomena, revelation, and theology proper.
By the end of this course the student will:
• Articulate the meaning of key theological terms and concepts.
• Explain the nature and necessity of systematic theology including the significance of theological thinking and interpretation.
• Articulate personal positions on these doctrines within the biblical framework while employing proper theological method.
• Articulate Biblical answers to key theological questions raised by the church and/or the world that pertain to biblical doctrines.