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BACHELOR IN THEOLOGY

ARE YOU CALLED TO MINISTRY OR DESIRING TO KNOW MORE OF GOD? 

DON’T DELAY YOU CAN REGISTER NOW FOR A BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY DEGREE AT NORTH WEST UNIVERSITY IN 2018.

BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY IN CHURCH MINISTRY

(NQF-level 7: Minimum of 360 Credits)

Qualification Code: 341106

Curriculum Code:   T 3001 P

LIST OF MODULES

Module Code

Description Name

Requirements

Cr

AGLE121

Introduction to Academic Literacy

12

GOGM211

Dogmatics: From the Doctrine of Scripture to the Doctrine of Sin

16

DOGM221

Dogmatics: Christology to Eschatology

16

DOGM321

Dogmatics: The Institution of Calvin

TEOL111

8

ETIE121

Fundamentals of Ethics

8

GRKS113

Greek Language Competence

16

HERM322

Introduction to Theological Hermeneutics

GRKS113, NTES111, OTES111, SEM113

12

HOML211

Scriptural Fundamentals of Homiletics

8

KATE211

Biblical Fundamentals of Catechetics

16

KDGE121

Fundamentals of Church and Dogma History

8

KDGE211

Early Christian and Medieval Churches

16

KDGE221

The Reformation and Modern Church and Dogma History

16

KDGE312

Church History: The Reformation

KDGE121

12

LITK221

Elements of Liturgy

16

MISS211

Relationship between Mission and Theology

8

MISS312

Theory of the Intercultural Communication of the Gospel

MISS211

8

NTES111

Introduction to the NT: History and General Canonics

8

NTES121

The Synoptic Gospels

GRKS113, NTES111

16

NTES211

Intro. to NT Exegesis and Socio-historical Context of the NT

GRKS113, NTES111

16

NTES221

Acts, General Epistles, Hebrews and the Pauline Epistles

GRKS113, NTES111

16

OTES111

Introduction to the OT: Origin and Structure

8

OTES121

Narrative Text: The Early Prophets

SEMT113, OTES111

16

OTES211

Intro to the Interpretation of the OT and the Pentateuch

SEMT113, OTES111

16

OTES221

Prophetic Literature

SEMT113, OTES111

16

PAST121

Pastoral Couselling

8

PAST311

Pastoral Cases in Counselling

16

PAST321

Pastoral Treatment of Stress, Trauma and Inner Healing

16

PHIL211

Reality and Knowledge

16

PHIL221

History of Philosophy

16

SEMT113

Biblical Hebrew Linguistic Skill

16

TEOL111

Introduction to Theology

8

SF111

Spiritual Formation IA

X

SF121

Spiritual Formation IB

X

SF211

Spiritual Formation IIA

X

SF221

Spiritual Formation IIB

X

SF311

Spiritual Formation IIIA

X

SF321

Spiritual Formation IIIB

X

COMPOSITION

YEAR LEVEL 1

YEAR LEVEL 2

YEAR LEVEL 3

First Semester

Module Code

Cr

Module Code

Cr

Module Code

Cr

GRKS113

16

DOGM211

16

KDGE211

16

SEMT113

16

HOML211

8

MISS312

8

NTES111

8

MISS211

8

PAST311

16

OTES111

8

NTES211

16

PHIL211

16

KDGE312

12

OTES211

16

KATE211

16

TEOL111

8

SF211 (CTBC Add-on)

 

SF 311 (CTBC Add-on)

 

SF111(CTBC Add-on)

  

Total 1st Semester

68

Total 1st Semester

64

Total 1st Semester

72

YEAR LEVEL 1

YEAR LEVEL 2

YEAR LEVEL 3

Second Semester

Module Code

Cr

Module Code

Cr

Module Code

Cr

AGLE121

12

DOGM221

16

DOGM321

8

KDGE121

8

OTES221

16

HERM322

12

NTES121

16

NTES221

16

KDGE221

16

OTES121

16

PHIL221

16

LITK221

16

PAST121

8

SF221 (CTBC Add-on)

 

PAST321

16

ETIE121

8

  

SF 321 (CTBC Add-on)

 

SF111(CTBC Add-on)

  

Total 1st Semester

68

Total 1st Semester

64

Total 1st Semester

68

TOTAL

404

        

 

Honours

HONOURS IN THEOLOGY

HONOURS BACHELOR OF ART (THEOLOGY)

DOGM672

Fundamentals of Dogmatics

ETIE672

Human Right

KDGE672

General and SA Church and Dogma History

LITK671

Liturgical Practice

MISS672

Missiological Perspectives

NTES673

Introduction to NT Exegesis and Hermeneutics

OTES674

Interpretation and Study of OT

PAST671

General and Specific Counselling

TEOL671

Honours Mini-Dissertation

TNAV671

Research Methodology

 

Divinity in theology

BACHELOR OF DIVINITY

BDiv is an NQF-level 8 qualification consisting of 490 credits.

The minimum duration of the study period for this qualification is four years full time. The maximum period is six years, provided that students may apply for an extension of the period in accordance with General Academic Rules.