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CRC 111: Communication Skills I

The aim of this course is to assist students improve upon their communication skills, and become clearer, convincing and persuasive in their communication. Students will gain more confidence and be able to present their message(s) with much assurance after going through this course.

CRC 131: Introduction to Computer Studies                               

This is an introductory course in computing and the internet aimed at helping students develop basic knowledge and skills in using the windows operating system, and equipping them to utilize computer skills in message delivery.

EVM 111: Evangelism and Church Planting                                

The course seeks to provide students with instruction, encouragement and equipment for God’s mission in the local church through church planting. Students will gain an understanding of the relevance and importance of scripture in today’s changing culture, as well as an appreciation of the cross-cultural aspects of the evangelistic and church planting task.

PCM 111: Pastoral Ethics   

The course seeks to expose students to the ethical issues that relate to ministry, and also detail the responsibilities of ministers as it affects the church and community. Students who undertake this course will derive an understanding of how religious morality and justice are integrated with faith.

THE 111: Christology                                             

This course aims at introducing students to the theology of the Church's doctrine about Jesus Christ in the light of Christian faith, practice, and worship. With a special emphasis on how the Church reflects systematically on the person, being, and ministry of Jesus of Nazareth students who undertake this course will be able to explain Christ’s crucifixion, death and burial, discuss intelligently about Christ’s resurrection, ascension and list all the offices of Christ and his position.

THE 131: Biblical Introduction                             

The course is aimed at providing students with an illumination of the origin of the Bible, as well as equipping students with a proper understanding of theories relating to inspiration so as to have an appreciation of the evidence supporting the authenticity of the Bible.

THE 151: Bible Doctrine                             

The course seeks to equip students with the tools necessary for the exploration of the fundamental foundations of the Christian faith, as well as aid them in developing an understanding of the central theme of the bible. After undergoing the studies, students will gain a better understanding of how to profit from the study of the bible.

THE 171: New Testament Survey                                      

The focus of this course is to give students an overview of the New Testament, with special emphasis on the theme, purpose, structure and basic content of each individual book as well as relating each book to the whole Bible. Students will also be equipped with knowledge on how the peculiar message of each Biblical book ought to be practically applied. 


CAM 112: Principles of Accounting and Statistics in the Church                                 

This is an introductory course in accounting and statistics that assays to equip students with the basic understanding of the financial procedures in the church as stewards of God’s resources. This knowledge includes an understanding of money and its worth as well as the application of basic statistics and data collection procedures in church administration.

CRC 112: Communication Skills II                                   

A follow-up course on Communication Skills II, this course seeks to build upon the skills acquired by the student(s) in the first semester. Upon completion, students will be more confident and assured when delivering one’s message(s) as well as being able to specify the exact meaning of messages in order to avoid ambiguity during presentations.

PCM 132: Pastoral Counselling

This is an introductory course to the ministry of pastoral counseling within the context of the Christ’s church. The goal is to equip students with necessary and knowledge and skills to enable them assist clients with their problems in a spiritual way through the application of the techniques acquired.

THE 112: Biblical Interpretation                           

This is a foundational course in biblical interpretation aimed at introducing students to basic exegetical tools required to interpret and appropriate the biblical text. Students, after undertaking the course, will gain an understanding of the different literary genres of the Bible as well as an overview of various hermeneutical approaches to Scripture.

THE 132: Homiletics

The goal of this course is to give students an exposure to the basic principles and techniques of sermon preparation and delivery. With a stress on the need for preparation of the personal life and work of the minister, students would be well prepared to prepare well-structured sermons for delivery.

THE 172: Old Testament Survey                           

The course focuses on giving students a broad overview and survey of the Old Testament. Students are going to be equipped to highlight on salient information, analyze the major events, and narrate the content of all the 39 books separately.

THE 152: Introduction to Islam

This course is aimed at providing students an overview of fundamental beliefs and practices in Islam by means of an assessment of Islamic history, law, and a selection of theological orientations as expressed in the teachings of diverse traditions. Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to do the following: Acquaint themselves with the diversity of Islam as well as differentiate between the several concepts within contemporary Islam.

THE 192: Ministerial Attachment

This is an inter-semester training programme aimed at enabling students gain hands-on experience in their areas of specialization, and achieved by assigning students to ministers in churches and other related areas whose experience and expertise match their area of specialization.



  CAM 211: Church Administration          

This course is aimed at dealing with the with the theology and principles of organizing, planning, managing and developing the local church for effective ministry. After completion of the course, students will have a better understanding of biblical foundations for administration in the church, as well as appreciate the functions of the church administrator.

EVM 211: Church Music    

A foundational course in music, this course aims at enabling students properly appreciate the role of music in gospel presentation and as a result learn to support and sustain the music ministry in the church. Students will, at the end of the course, be equipped with knowledge on how to manage the church music section effectively through diligent overseeing and delegations for optimal spiritual results.

EVM 231: Spiritual Warfare                                  

This is an introductory to spiritual warfare, aimed at providing students with sound Biblical knowledge in strategies necessary for effectiveness in spiritual warfare. Students will develop an appreciation of the importance of personal preparedness and the involvement of the Holy Spirit in spiritual warfare, by the time they have completed this course.

SML 211: French Language                                   

This course is intended to meet the needs of adult learners who have little or no previous knowledge of French. The focus is is to help students to progressively acquire basic French language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) so as to be able to communicate in diverse real life situations.

THE 211: Dynamics of Faith

This course is aimed at assisting students develop their faith and mature in spiritual matters. Students will come to an understanding of the complex aspects of faith and religious practice after completing this course.

THE 231: Systematic Theology                  

This course aims at exposing students to the various topics within the subject of theology. By the end of the course, students will have an appreciation of the significant developments in contemporary theological discussions of God, Christ, the Holy Spirit and the Church, grace and human destiny.

THE 251: New Religious Movements 

The goal of this course is to equip students with the tools necessary to identify and discuss the theology of new religious movements in our contemporary world in a convincing and biblical manner.

THE 291: Research Methodology  

The aim of this course is to provide students with an introduction to the logic and basic principles of social research, as a means of preparing them to carry out social research. 



CAM 212: Entrepreneurship

This is an introductory course to the concept of entrepreneurship and Biblical foundations for it. Its aim is to endow students with the skills needed to effectively organize, develop, create, and manage a business.

PCM 212: Biblical Leadership and Development

This course focuses on helping students develop leadership potentials and get familiarized with the various elements of the administrative process, with a strong emphasis on biblical guidelines and the church context of Christian leadership.

PCM 232: Marriage and Family Life

The focus of this course is to provide students with deep understanding of the family, its structures, and functions with a strong emphasis on the Biblical Standard for Marriage, understanding and knowing God’s will in marriage, Christian courtship, and child-rearing practices.

THE 232: Mother Tongue Hermeneutics

The course introduces students to the importance of the mother tongue scriptures to the African Christian as well as enlightening them on the need for the mother tongue scriptures in bible interpretation and its contribution to the understanding of biblical texts in the African context which will pave way for more and better understanding of the texts for the African Christian life and thought.

THE 214: Project

Under the supervision of a supervisor, students will be guided at this stage to identify, develop, and complete a project of their choice which will be submitted to the college as part of requirements for graduating from the programme.


elective courses


CAM 231: Time and Financial Management                               

This course introduces students to how to build time management techniques into their daily routine so as to be able to recognize and solve personal time management problems, as well as staying in control of their working day, as well as basic skills necessary for personal financial management and church finance.

EVM 251: Cross-Cultural Evangelism                              

The aim of this course is to enlighten students on different approaches that could be employed in reaching people of differing cultures with the gospel message, as well as offering students with the basic premises for learning to announce the salvation message in the context of a given culture.

LIM 221: Biblical Hebrew I            

The focus of this course is to provide students with an introduction to Biblical Hebrew, the original language of the Old Testament, and to the basic grammar of the Biblical Hebrew language.

SML 251: Youth and Campus Ministry                

Students are provided with an introduction to youth ministry within the context of the local church, in this course. At the end of the course, students will appraise themselves with the requisite knowledge, skills, character, and vision the godly and effective campus minister must possess in order to produce a fruitful, enduring, and worldwide impact.

PCM 211: Counselling in the African Context

The aim of this course is to equip students with the requisite skills necessary for understanding the problems of clients within their traditional, ethnic and cultural settings as Africans. After undertaking the course, students will better appreciate those practices that often produce a dysfunction in people and how to assist them.


LIM 222: Biblical Hebrew II                      

As a follow-up course, Biblical Hebrew II builds on the basic grammar learned in that course. This course is targeted at ministers of the Word of God and those who seek to deepen their knowledge in the Hebrew language of the Old Testament offer higher degree course in Old Testament exegesis.

CAM 242: Legal Environment of Church

This course takes students through an interdisciplinary and comparative study of the relationship between law and religion and its implications for the church and religious tolerance, with a particular focus on the relationship between law and religion in Ghana.

THE 242: Contemporary Theology

The course facilitates students’ evaluation of contemporary, non-evangelical theologies and an acknowledgement of their influence on everyday life. After completing the course, students will be better placed to examine the major trends in contemporary theological thought in the light of their philosophical contexts.

LIM 242: Ghanaian Language

This is an introductory course aimed at exposing students to the basic vocabulary and grammar of the Ghanaian language they prefer in order to equip them to be able to both study and present the Scriptures to the indigenous people in their mother-tongue.

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