Addmission

TWO YEARS.FULL TIME STUDENTS
FIRST SEMESTER YEAR ONE                SECOND SEMESTER YEAR ONE              
COURSECODE                                        COURSECODE
LAS                                                      LAS
500     History & Religion of Israel          520     The Exile To The Roman Rule

 

DISTRIBUTION OF COURSES
TWO YEARS.FULL TIME STUDENTS
FIRST SEMESTER YEAR ONE                                SECOND SEMESTER YEAR ONE              
COURSECODE                                                         COURSECODE
LAS                                                                             LAS
500     History & Religion of Israel                     520     The Exile To The Roman Rule
501     Critical intro. To the New Testament    521     The Fourth Gospel
502     Intro. To Philosophy of Religion            522     Fundamentals of Phil. Of Religion
503     Intro. To New Testament Greek 1         523     New -Testament Greek II
504     Intro. To Christian Liturgy                        524     Worship Principles/Personality

505     Intro. To Christian Theology                  525     Biblical Theology
506     The Early Church History                        526     The Reformation
507     Comparative Religion                                527     African Traditional Religion
508     Foundation in Music Theology               528     Church Music
509     Sociology of Religion                                 529     Homiletics
510     Intro. To Igbo Language                           530     Intro. To Igbo written Literature
511     Evangelism                                                  531     Missiology
512     Intro. To Hebrew Language                   532     Hebrew Language
513     Christian Education                                   534     Advanced Yoruba Grammar
5l4      Intro. To Yoruba Language                      599     Research Methodology
TOTAL UNITS:30                                                    

COURSE CODE                                                        COURSE CODE
600     Old Testament History                              620 Prophecy in the Old Testament
60 I     Pauline Corpus                                           621 Hebrews Lit. & the Catholic Epistles
602     Christian Ethics                                           622 Church Polity
603     Advanced New Testament Greek          623 Effective Management Course
604     History and Theology of Worship        624 Theology of the Sacraments
605     Systematic Theology                                625 Nature & Sources of Anglican Doctrine
606     Expansion oi Christianity in W. A.         626 Church Denominations in Nigeria
607     Islam in Nigeria                                           627 Pastoral Theology
608     Clinical Theology .                                   628 Pastoral care, Psychology &.
609     Inter-Faith Dialogue                                        counseling
610     The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit               629 Sermon Clinic
6l I      Preaching Techniques                               699 Long Essay/Project
612    Advanced Hebrew Language
613   Management Principles
TOTALUNITS =28 Units                                         TOTALUNITS=26Units

COURSE AND CODE FOR 3 YEARS COURSES
YEAR ONE FTRST SEMESTER                              YEAR ONE SECOND SEIVIESTER
COURSE CODE                                                        COURSE CODE
LAS 500  History and Religion of lsrael                         LAS 509 Sociology of Religion
LAS 501  Critical Intro. To the New Testament          LAS 510 Intro. To Igbo Language
LAS 502  Intro. To Philosophy of Religion                   LAS 511 Evangelism
LAS 503  intro. To New Testament Greek I                LAS 512 Intro. To Hebrew Language
LAS 504 Intro. To Christian Liturgy                               LAS 513 Christian Education
LAS 505  Intro. To Christian Theology                         LAS 520 The Exile to the Roman Rule
LAS 506  The Early Church History                                LAS 521 The fourth Gospel
LAS 507  Comparative Religion                                   LAS 522 Foundation of Phil. of Religion
LAS 508  Foundation in Music Theology                     LAS 524 Worship Principles l Personality
LAS 514  Intro. To Yoruba Language                         LAS 525 Biblical Theology

YEAR TWO FIRST SEMESTER                                          YEAR THREE FIRST SEMESTER
COURSE CODE                                                                    COURSE CODE
LAS 523 New Testament Greek II                     LAS 6l I Preaching Techniques
LAS 526 The Reformation                                                LAS 603 Advanced New Testament Greek
LAS 527 African Traditional Religion                LAS 613 Management Principles
LAS 528 Church Music                                                                    LAS  620 Prophecy in the Old Testament
LAS 529 Homiletics                                                LAS 621 Hebrews / the Catholic Epistles
LAS 531 Missiology                                                LAS 622 Church Polity
LAS 602 Christian Ethics                                       LAS 623 Effective Management Course
LAS 534 Advanced Yoruba Grammar              LAS 624 Theology of the Sacraments
LAS 600 Old Testament History                         GNS 003 H & M Resources Management
LAS 601 Pauline Corpus                                       GNS 004 Chaplaincies
GNS 001 HIV/AIDS                                                            GNS 002 Records Keeping
YEAR THREE SECOND SEMESTER
YEAR TWO SECOND SEMESTER                                     COURSE CODE
COURSE CODE                                                  LAS 625 Nature & Sources Anglican Doctrine
LAS 530 Igbo Written Literature                        LAS 6l2 Advanced Hebrew Language
LAS 532 Classical Hebrew                                  LAS 616 Church Denomination in Ni                                                                                                               Nigeria
LAS 604 History and Theology of worship           LAS 627 Pastoral Theology
LAS 605 Systematic Theology                             LAS 628 Pastoral care, Psychology
LAS 506 Expansion of Christianity in W. A.         LAS 629 Sermon Clinic
LAS 607 Islam in Nigeria                                    GNS 005 Crisis Management
LAS 608 Clinical Theology                                  GNS 006 Emotional Intelligence
LAS 609 Inter-Faith Dialogue                              LAS 699 Research Project
LAS 610 The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit
LAS 599 Research Methodology                                               
NON-GRADUATE CLASS-FOUR-YEARS
YEAR ONE FIRST SEMESTER                                    YEAR ONE SECOND SEMESTER
COURSE CODE                                                        COURSE CODE
LAS 500 History and Religion of Israel                     LAS 507 Comparative Religion
LAS 501 Critical Intro. To the New Testament         LAS 508 Foundation in Music Theology
LAS 502 lntro. To Philosophy of Religion                  LAS 509 Sociology of Religion
LAS 503 Intro. To New Testament Greek 1              LAS 510 lntro. To Igbo Language
LAS 504 Intro. To Christian Liturgy                         LAS 511 Evangelism
LAS 505 Intro. To Christian Theology                      LAS 512 Intro. To Hebrew Language
LAS 506 The Early Church History                           LAS 513 Christian Education
LAS 514 Intro. To Yoruba Language

YEAR TWO FIRST SEMESTER                              YEAR THREE SECOND SEMESTER
COURSE CODE                                                        COURSE CODE
LAS 520 The Exile to the Roman Rule                       LAS 607 Islam in Nigeria
LAS 52 I The fourth Gospel                                      LAS 608 Hospital Chaplaincy
LAS 522 Foundation of Phil. of Religion                    LAS 609 Inter-Faith Dialogue
LAS 523 New Testament Greek II                             LAS 610 The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit
LAS 524 Worship Principles / Personality                   LAS 6l I Preaching Techniques
LAS 525 Biblical Theology                                         LAS 612 Advanced Classical Hebrew
LAS 526 The Reformation                                        LAS 6l3 Management Principles
LAS 534 Advance Yoruba Grammar                 GNS 002 Records Keeping
YEAR TWO SECOND SEMESTER                        YEAR FOUR FIRST SEMESTER
COURSE CODE                                                 COURSE CODE
LAS 527 African Traditional Religion                LAS 620 Prophecy in the Old Testament
LAS 528 Church Music                                      LAS 621 Hebrews / the Catholic Epistle
LAS 529 Homiletics                                          LAS 622 Church Polity
LAS 510 Igbo Written Literature                       LAS 623 Effective Management Course
LAS 531 Missiology                                          LAS 624 Theology of the Sacraments
LAS 532 Hebrew Language                               LAS 625 Nature & Sources Anglican
LAS 599 Research Methodology                                    Doctrine
GNS OO1 HIV/AIDS                                               GNS 003 H & M Resources Management
YEAR THREE FIRST SEMESTER                           YEAR FOUR SECOND SEMESTER
COURSE CODE                                                  COURSE CODE
LAS 600 Old Testament History                         LAS 626 Church Denomination in Nigeria
LAS 601 Pauline Corpus                                     LAS 627 Pastoral Theology
LAS 602 Christian Ethics                                   LAS 628 Pastoral care. Psychology
LAS 503 Advanced New Testament Greek     LAS 629 Service Clinic
LAS 604 History and Theology of worship      GNS 005 Crisis Management
LAS 605 Systematic Theology                             GNS 006 Emotional Intelligence
LAS 606 Expansion of Christianity in W. A
GNS 004 Chaplaincies

The Course descriptions are as follows:
FIRST SEMESTER DIPLOMA I
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500     HISTORY AND RELIGION OF ISRAEL
This course is a critical study of the Life and religion of the Patriarchs, Exodus & settlement in the Promised Land, the Period of the Judges, institution of Monarchy up to Solomon. the Divided Monarchy in the North up to 722 B. C. And the Divided Monarch in the South up to 587 B.C. Emphasis will be laid on Exodus. Judges. 1 & II Samuel and I & II Kings.
CourseUnitValue:2 Status: Compulsory (C). No. Of Hours 20.
501     CRITICAL INTRODUCTION TO THE NEW TESTAMENT
The course examines briefly the meaning and inspiration of the New Testament. The world of the New Testament, and the New Testament Canon, and the relation of the New Testament to the "Gospel: and the Fourfold Gospels; the Gospels and modern criticism, the synoptic problem. The Gospel of Mark will also be studied in detail.
Course Unit Value: 2  Status: Compulsory (C). No. Of Hours 20.
502     INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION
This course deals with the meaning of philosophy, who is a philosopher, difficulty in the study of philosophy. It will examine Branches of philosophy such as Empiricism and Rationalism and categories of classes of existence.
Course Unit Value: 2  Status: Compulsory (C) No. Of Hours: 20.
503     INTRODUCTION TO NEW TESTAMENT GREEK
This course introduces students to the Greek alphabet, basic grammar and syntax.
Course Unit Value.2 Status: Compulsory (C) No.OfHours:20

504     INTRODUCTION TO CHRISTIAN LITURGY
It deals with the origin and meaning of worship. kinds, types and functions of worship, worship in the Old and New Testaments, objective and subjective worship, the place of worship in the church. Students will be introduced to Matins and Evensong and preparation for worship.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory(C) No. Of Hours: 20

505     FOUNDATION AND NATURE OF CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY
This course examines the meaning of theology, the nature and meaning of Christian theology and the theoretical framework for doing theology. It will examine how existing belief systems, philosophies and cultural settings and particular historical events influenced the theology of selected Early Christian thinkers: with particular reference to the writings of Roman Catholic. Protestant and Orthodox Traditions and the theology of power in Ignatius, Cyprian or Augustine.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory(C) No. Of Hours: 20.
506     EARLY CHURCH HISTORY
This course deals with the History of the Church from Apostolic time up to 500 A.D. It should include the world from which the church emerged. the origin and development of the Church, the Authority of the Church, bitter conflicts that arose over how precisely to confess what the church believed, especially about the Person of Jesus Christ; Apostolic Fathers, Apologists and the persecutions of the church.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory (C) No. Of Hours: 20
507     COMPARATIVE RELIGION
The study is to broaden the horizon of the students with the study of the various living religions of the world and to see the extent of their similarities and dissimilarities. It will also examine the living religions such as Judaism, Islam, Africa Traditional Religion and secret societies and effect on Christianity. It also examines Buddhism, Hinduism, typology of revelation, common Threads that runs through all religions and authority in all religions.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory (C) No. Of Hours: 20
508     FOUNDATION IN MUSIC THEORY
This course will introduce the students to the meaning, purpose and function of music in worship, Key Terms in music such as cleats, Time Signature, Key signature, Notes and Musical Terms, Sight reading and voice training. The students will learn how to chant the Liturgy (Mattins, Evensong, Holy communion, Litany in English and Yoruba). It will also introduce the students to the keyboard and other musical materials.
Course UnitValue: 2 Status: Required (R) No. OfHours: 20
509     SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION
This course introduces the student to the fundamentals of religion. social theories, social ethics, the moral life and the role of religion in social structure and development.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Elective (E) No. of Hours: 20
510     INTRODUCTION TO IGBO LANGUAGE
The course introduces the students to Igbo Alphabets, Numbers. Igbo morphology and Phonology. etc.
Course Unit Value:2          Status: Compulsory (C) No. of Hours:20
511     EVANGELISM
A detailed study of Evangelism, Obstacles to Evangelism, who is an Evangelist, Evangelistic Methods; Motives and Strategies. Crusades & Revivals, Evangelism and Mission; Evangelism and Education; Family and Social Welfare. New Methods and Fundamental issues in Evangelism.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Requirement ( R ) No. of Hours: 20
512     INTRODUCTION TO HEBREW LANGUAGE
This course is an introduction to Hebrew Alphabet, basic grammar and syntax.
Course Unit Value: 2    Status: Compulsory ( C ) No. of}{ours: 20
513     CHRISTIAN EDUCATION
The course introduce the students to the meaning, principles and method of teaching, psychology and theories of learning, historical, antecedents and the aims and theology of Christian Education with special reference to the Hebrew family education, the shema, it will examine principles and stages of human growth development and individual differences. It will also focus on Christian education various ministries in the Church and the organisation of Sunday School, etc.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory (C)   No. OfHours:30
514     INTRODUCTION TO YORUBA GRAMMAR
The course introduces the students to Yoruba alphabets, Numerals, evaluation and characteristics of Yoruba language and literature.
Course Unit Value: 2  Status: Compulsory(C)   No.OfHours:20

SECOND SEMESTER DIPLOMA1
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520     THE EXILE TO THE ROMAN RULE
The Course will examine critically the events that led to the exile in Assyria, Babylon Egypt, etc. The Jews under the Babylonia & Persian rules; return to the Promise land under Ezra & Nehemiah. Jews under the Greeks: Alexander and the Break empire. Jews under the Ptolemies, the Seleucids, the Romans up to the death of in4 B. C.
Course Unit Value:2 Status: Compulsory(C) No. Of Hours:20

521     THE LITERATURE AND THEOLOGY OF THE FOURTH GOSPEL
This course examines the origin, Literature and theology of the gospel, its relations to the Epistles, the Common themes, the gospel according to John and the historical Jesus and John's message for the church past and present.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory (C) No. Of Hours: 20
522     FUNDAMENTALS OF PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION
This course sets out to examine the fundamentals of philosophy of Religion, position of God in Religion; and the influence of philosophy on Religion. It examines two areas of conflict between religion and philosophy. It also examines the writings and philosophized arguments of some Early Church Fathers.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Required(R) No. Of Hours: l0
523     NEW TESTAMENT GREEK II
Greek syntax continues with special emphasis on the features of the New Testament Greek.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory (C) No. of Hours:20
524     WORSHIP PRINCIPLES AND PERSONALITIES IN WORSHIP
The course deals with the principles governing public worship, the personality of the leader of public worship, the Vicar and his Assistants, Symbolism of Colours. Canonical Hours, Christian Worship in the first three centuries. It examines the functions of the Clergy and the Laity in public worship in the first three Centuries, the origin and nature of Primitive Christian Worship and Corporate Worship.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory (C) No. Of Hours: 20
525     BIBLICAL THEOLOGY
The course examines theology in relation to the Bible, the Beginning, development and centre of Old and New Testament Theology, the relationship between Old & New Testament, the Old & New Testament approach to ethics, and themes such as covenant, salvation, remnant, sin, etc.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Required (R) No. of Hours: 20

526     THE REFORMATION
This course deals with pre-Reformers, the causes of the Reformation, personalities associated with the early reformation; the speed of Reformation and a historical survey of Roman Catholicism, Protestant Movements, with particular references to the Church of England (Anglican Church), and the counter Reformation.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Required (R) No. of Hours: 20
527     AFRICAN TRADITIONAL RELIGION
This course is a continuation of comparative study of Religion. It examines the Term African Traditional Religion (ATR), sources of ATR, the difficulties in studying ATR. the structures of ATR, the focus and the true nature of ATR, God, The divinities and the world, and the influence of African Traditional Religion on Christianity in Nigeria.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory (C) No. of Hours: 20
528     CHURCHMUSIC:
This course deals with the History of Church Music, Examination of the life of the composers, Theology of the Hymns, Music Ministries and affiliates and principles governing composition of Hymns and songs.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Elective (E) No. of Course: 20
529     INTRODUCTION TO PREACHING PRINCIPLES (Homileties):
The course introduces the students to the meaning of homiletics, various homilies, the craft of sermon preaching, the basic principles of sermon construction, including purpose, forms and contents of the sermon.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory(C) No. OfHours:20

530     INTRODUCTION TO IGBO WRITTEN LITERATURE
This course introduces the students to Igbo written literature, the students will read sub texts in the Bible and Prayer Book.
Course Unit Value:2 Status: Required (R) No. Of Hours: 10

531     MISSIOLOGY
The detailed study of Missions in the Early Church, Missionary Movements in Africa and Nigeria and their strategies. It will look at the Missioner in relation to teaching healing and deliverance. The effect of Missions on the Church in Nigeria. It will examine new strategies in Mission work in both urban and rural areas. The student will also undertake mission work to designated areas.
Course Unit Value:2 Status: Compulsory (C) No. ofHours:20
532     INTRODUCTION TO HEBREW LANGUAGES
This course will introduce the students to the Hebrew Alphabet, basic grammar syntax.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status; Compulsory (C) No. of Hours
534     ADVANCED YORUBA GRAMMAR
This course introduces the students to Yoruba written literature, features of  Yoruba language and the practice of reading and translation of set texts from the Bible Prayer Book.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Required (R) No. of Hours: 20
599     RESEARCH METHODS
A study of the methods of collecting and collating both oral and written data for the purpose of writing scholarly papers and desertations. Such data include oral linguistic, statistical, and written documents in the field of Christian studies. Students will be asked to present term papers as appropriate.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory (C) No. of Hours:20
FIRST SEMESTER DIPLOMA II
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600     OLD TESTAMENT HISTORY
The course introduces the students to the Old Testament as a unique document criticism: J.D.E.P. and other theories applicable to the Pentateuch, Genesis 1-11 be studied in detail.
Course Unit Value: 2. Status: Compulsory (C) No. OfHours:20
601     PAULINECORPUS
A general survey of the Epistles of Paul in order to bring out information on his life work and theology with particular reference to Galatians or Romans, and prescribed texts. It also examines the relationship between the Acts of the Apostles and Paul’s literature and Theology and Paul's message to the Christian Church of our time
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory (C) No. Of Hours: 20

602     CHRISTIAN ETHICS
This course will examine the meaning of Ethics. The Ethical teachings of Jesus, Paul and other New Testament writers in relation to contemporary ethical issues and situations in Nigeria. Such topics as natural rights and social contract, social justice, political, social, economic and religious life of man to his environmental are examined.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Required(R) No. of Hours: 10
603     ADANCED NEW TESTAMENT GREEK
This course continues with Grammar syntax and translation and practice of reading set texts from the Gospels and the Epistles.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory (C) No. of Hours: 20
604     HISTORY AND THEOLOGY QF WORSHIP
The course deals with the history of worship generally, its theology, the history  and contents of the Old and New Prayer Books, Modern Liturgical Movements and practical work on Regular and Occasion Services e.g. Sacraments and other services.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory (C) No. of Hours: 20
605     SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY
The course deals with the Christian doctrine of God, Man in relation to God. The person and work of Christ, the Church and means of grace and the doctrine of the last things. Various relevant themes will be examined under each of the above topics/sub- headings.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory (C) No. of Hours: 30
606     EXPANSION OF CHRISTIANITY IN WESTAFRICA UP TO 19I4
This is a study of efforts made at Christianizing West Africa by bodies like the Holy fathers, the C.M.S. and the S.P.G. It deals with selected themes and personalities like Thomas Birch Freeman, Samuel Ajayi Crowther and the relationship between political powers and the expansion of Christianity and missionary policies in West Africa in general and Nigeria in particular. It also examines the emergence of indigenous Churches in West Africa, the contexts of their emergence and the struggle towards identification.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory (C) No. of Hours: 20
607     ISLAM IN NIGERIA
This continues the comparative study of religions. It introduces the students to events in Arabia before Islam, the life and the call of Prophet Mohammed, the meaning of Islam, the five pillars of Islam, a brief history of the compilation of the Quran, the spread of Islam to Africa and Nigeria and the effect of Islam of Nigerian Polity and Christian Religion in Nigeria.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Elective (E) No. ofHours:20
608     HOSPITAL CHAPLAINCY
This course seeks to expose the students to the strategies for maintaining and achieving good health. Emphasis is placed on the concept of the whole man, holistic management of acute and chronic illnesses on an individual as well as community basis. Support the clinician to ensure balanced view of the concept of good health and healthy living. The lectures also covers various societal problems, student will undergo field visits to medical facilities for practical sessions in addition to didactic lectures.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory (C) No. of Hours: 20
609     INTER-FAITH DIALOGUE
A general survey of the Common ground in the scriptural teachings: Examination Common themes such as Faith, Worship, Creation, Sin, Salvation and Social Ethics, It will also study representative documents on the principles of dialogue and how the themes studied can promote dialogue and co-operation among people of living faiths.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Required(R) No. of Hours: 15
610     THE DOCTRINE OF THE HOLY SPIRIT
This course deals with the problems of communication and its relevance for the preacher with special emphasis on Ascetical, doctrinal and liturgical preaching and techniques of oral presentation. Each student also undertakes seminar in preaching.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory(C) No. of Hours:30
612     ADVANCED HEBREW LANGUAGE
This course will deal with acquisition of working knowledge of the Hebrew Language and its intelligent application to the reading of the Biblical narratives.
Course Unit Value:2 Status: Required(R) No. of Hours:20
613     MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES
The course introduce the student to the meaning and purpose of management, management principles, Qualities of an effective leader, natural and spiritual leadership. Cost and responsibilities of leadership, factors aiding effective leadership. It will also study in detail some exemplary leaders in the Bible: Jesus Christ, Moses, Joseph, Peter, Nehemiah, etc, their qualities, examine leadership in relation to family, subordinates and Co-workers., accountability, communication, etc in relation to Church management.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory (C) No. Of Hours: 20
SECOND SEMESTER: DIPLOMA II
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620     PROPHECY IN THE OLD TESTAMENT
The course deals with the phenomenalogy of prophecy and the examination of prophecy in Ancient Near Eastern world; prophecy in Israel, historical background to the Classical prophets: 8th Century prophets: Amos, Joel, Micah, Hosea, Jonah & Isaiah. 7th Century prophets: Jeremiah, and the 6th Century prophet: Ezekiel. It will also examine the Apocalyptic writings like Daniel etc and the wisdom movement in A. N. E. & Israel with particular reference to Literature like Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Job and various Psalms.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory (C) No. Of Hours:20
621     THE LETTER TO THE HEBREWS AND THE CATHOLIC EPISTLES
The course will introduce the students to political, social and religious world of the Catholic Epistles and the common themes in the Epistles. It will also examine the Epistle to the Hebrews and its value for the Church today.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory (C) No. of Hours: 20
622     CHURCH POLICY
This course is designed to acquaint the students with the constitution of the Church at the parish, District, Archdeaconry, Diocesan, Provincial and National levels. It teaches the administrative relationships between the various levels of the obedience in the ministry of the church. It also seeks to acquaint the students with current development in the Anglican world.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory (C) No. of Hours: 20
623     EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT
The course introduces the work of management managing the organization, managing people. The co- ordination of effort and managing techniques in relation to the Church of God.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory(C) No. of Hours:20
624     THEOLOGY OF THE SACRAMENTS
This course takes a critical look into the history of various sacraments such as Baptism, Holy Eucharist, etc, in the church and their importance for the faith. The Christian Calendar, the different interpretation of the word Church and the role sacraments in church union.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory (C) No. of Hours: 20
525     THE NATURE AND SOURCES OF ANGLICAN DOCTRINE:
The course examines the nature and sources of the Anglican Doctrine in relation the Bible, the three ecumenical creeds, the dogmatic decisions of the four general councils of The Church, the Thirty-nine Articles of Religion as the official summary of the Church's standpoint in relation to central issues of theology and to a number controversial points of doctrine and practice. The Thirty-nine Articles will be studied in detail in relation to each province.
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory (C) No. of Hours: 20
626     CHURCH DENOMINATIONS AND EXPANSION IN CONTEMPORARY NIGERIA
This course deals with antecedents and emergence of Church denominations; course and varieties of Denominations: A look at the sectarian Churches. It also examine emergency of indigenous 'Churches in Nigeria, theological interest and contributions of selected Church founders in Nigeria ecclesiastical history, and the impact of the Church denominations on the Anglican Church and Society. The course explores solutions to sectarianism, denominationalism and proliferation of Churches
Course Unit Value: 2 Status: Compulsory (C) No. of Hours: 20
627     PASTORAL THEOLOGY
This course examines the history and theology of pastoral ministry and practice of parish ministry including the Father's call and qualification; the Pastors spiritual, intellectual and social life; Pastoral visitation; the pastor's Time-Table,  understanding the word "Ministry" in Pastoral Theology; the pastor and his administrative life; the Pastor and his domestic life and the pastor and church Discipline.
CourseUnitValue:2 Status: Compulsory(C) No.ofHours:30
628     PASTORAL CARE, PSYCHOLOGY COUNSELING
This course introduces the student to the nature and purpose of pastoral care, the basic psychological principles to aid pastoral care, the meaning, nature and purpose of pastoral counseling, the pastor's attitude to pastoral counseling, and presentation of the Gospel to all people in their various psychological stages of life.
CourseUnitValue:2 Status: Compulsory(C) No. of Hours:30
629     SERMON CLINIC
Each student is expected to undertake practical worship and practical preaching. The sermon shall be a maximum of fifteen (15) minutes. While the duration of the service shall not exceed fifty (50) minutes.
695     RESEARCH PROJECT
A topic in the field of Christian Religion to be chosen by individual students and approved by the Faculty Board, Provision or regular supervision by the Faculty. The essay should not be more than I5,000 words excluding appendices and Bibliography and should be submitted not later than the first week of November in the year in which the student is graduating.
CourseUnitValue:2 Status: Compulsory (C) No. of Hours: 30
DIPLOMA PROGRAMME IN CHRISTIAN STUDIES ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
CHRISTIAN STUDIES (CRS) DIPLOMA
Candidates must have obtained:

i.         Credit passes in GCE/WASC O'Level examination in three (3) subjects, Christian Religious Studies. OR.
ii.         3 Merits passes in the Teacher Grade II Examination, including Christian Religious studies OR
iii.        Certificates and Diplomas of Theological Institutions.
iv.        Waivers shall be given to mature candidates (not less than 35 years old) with less, or other certificates but who have relevant experience.
v.         A good grade in the entry examination.
3.        PURPOSE OF THE PROGRAMME
This programme is directed towards those who could not pursue a full degree programme in Christian Religious Studies because they lack the basic entry qualification but who due to their career or personal interest desire qualitative exposure to Christian Religious Studies. This programme, it is believed, will help broaden: their knowledge of religion.
4.        DURATION OF THE PROGRAMME
The programme will be two years duration, made up of at least four semesters. A student who has not met the requirements for the award, of the Diploma during this period may be permitted by senate, on the recommendation of the Faculty Board, to repeat the examination in the appropriate courses during the following academic only.
5.        COURSE COMBINATION
The students are exposed to courses in Old Testament, New Testament, Church History,            Theology, Philosophy of Religion, African Religion Comparative Religion.
6.        GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
To qualify for the award of Diploma in Christian Religious Studies, students must carry at least 32 units and at most 44 units per session. Pass at least 32 units in each session, including the compulsory courses. Must score a total average of at least 40%-1.0.
7.        GENERAL OBSERVATION
i.          Instruction shall be by courses and students will be required to take an approved combination of courses by the Senate, on the recommendation of the Faculty Board, as may from time to time be determined.
ii.         Courses shall be evaluated in terms of courses units: Lecture/tutorial contract hour per week, throughout a semester or any equivalent amount of other assigned study or practical experience or any combination of these.
iii.        All courses taught during the semester shall be examined at the end of that semester and candidates will be credited with the number of courses units assigned to the course for which they have passed these examinations.

iv.        A candidate who has obtained nothing less than I6 units and not more than 1 8 units at the end of the second semester of the first year may be allowed by senate on the recommendation of Faculty Board to repeat the year.

DURATION OF COURSES

 

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