This program focuses on the theology, history and mission of the Pentecostal Movement with the aim of grounding local churches in their theology and ministry. It promotes leadership and pastoral ministry in churches. It also develops students’ creative and organizational skills and equips them theologically in the contexts of pneumatology and history.
Applicants to this program should hold a bachelor’s degree in theology or Christian ministry, a secular degree with at least 5 years of ministry experience, or at least 10 years of pastoral and teaching experience without higher education.
The program is made up modules (two-week sessions which include two subjects twice a year), three research papers on the topics of theology, history and mission of the Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements, and written book reviews on three textbooks on theology, history and mission of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements. Duration of the program is from 2.5 to 5 years.
This master’s program is in the process of being accredited by the EEAA.