GS102: Research Writing: This course focuses on the study and practical application of research methods for the purpose of writing a theological research paper. NB: GS001 Introduction to Research Writing is a prerequisite for this course.
BI101: Old Testament Survey: This course provides the student with a comprehensive overview of the Old Testament and essential background knowledge for Old Testament studies.
BI102: New Testament Survey: This course provides the student with a comprehensive overview of the New Testament and essential background knowledge for New Testament studies.
BI103: Hermeneutics 1: This course introduces students to the basic principles of biblical interpretation.
BI 104: Hermeneutics 2: This course extends the principles taught in Hermeneutics 1 by addressing interpretative issues for the major genres of Scripture.
TH101: Introduction to Theology: This course introduces students to key terms and concepts, giving a brief overview of various theological disciplines such as biblical, historical, dogmatic, and systematic theology.
TH102: History of Christianity: This course introduces students to the major peoples, events, and movements of church history from the apostolic era to the present.
MN101: Spiritual Formation: This course addresses classic spiritual disciplines with an eye towards integrating them into the student’s ongoing Christian walk, encouraging self assessment and balance in practicing these disciplines.
MN102: Christian Education: This course develops a biblical basis for ministry to children, youth and adults and gives practical ways of communicating biblical truth to them.
BL101: Greek 1A: This course introduces students to the basics of the Greek language, allowing students to translate simple verses from Greek to English.
BL102: Greek 1B: This course concludes a first-year Greek and prepares students for more advanced translation questions.
BL103: Hebrew 1A: This courses introduces students to the basics of the Hebrew language.
BL104: Hebrew 1B: This is the second-part of first-year Hebrew.
TH201: God and Revelation: This course looks at the nature of God and how he has revealed himself to man.
TH202: Introduction to Philosophy & Logic: This course seeks to survey the concepts, key players, and movements in philosophy with special attention paid to the sub-discipline of logic.
TH203: World Religions: This course to surveys the major world religions and sects, and the particular methods and problems associated with reaching these people for Christ.
TH204: ATR & Christianity in Africa: This course explores the spread of Christianity in Africa and the teachings of African Traditional Religions and sects.
MN201: Missiology & Church Planting: This course will look at the main mission of the church, namely: evangelism, discipleship and missions.
MN202: Church Life & Ministry: This course explores the task of the pastor, elders and congregation as both a community of believers and as an influence in society.
MN203: Pastoral Care & Counselling 1: This course suggests a basic model for Christian counselling including how to recognize various forms of mental illness and personality disorders with a view of knowing how and when to refer such cases to relevant professionals and agencies.
MN204: Expository Preaching 1: This course is an introduction to the art and science of expository preaching.
MN205: Christian Leadership: This course is designed to enable the learner to cultivate and develop a Christian understanding of various concepts, principles and practices of leadership.
BI201: Corinthians: This course consists of an expositional study of 1 & 2 Corinthians, examining as we are able, the relevant issues from the book as they relate to the Zimbabwean context.
BI202: Pastoral Epistles: This course is an expositional study of 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy and Titus.
BI203: OT Prophetic Literature: This course gives a general overview of prophecy in the Old Testament, which is followed by an in-depth study of selected chapters of Isaiah.
BL205: Greek 2A: This course introduces students to intermediate Greek grammar and exegesis.
BL206: Greek 2B: This course continues to equip students with intermediate Greek grammar and exegesis.
BL207: Hebrew 2A: This course covers the first half of second-year Hebrew grammar and exegesis.
BL208: Hebrew 2B: This course covers the second half of second-year Hebrew grammar and exegesis.
TH301: Christ and Salvation: This course explores the following subjects: anthropology, hamartiology, Christology, and soteriology.
TH302: The Spirit and the Church: This course explores the following subjects: pneumatology, ecclesiology and eschatology
TH303: Christian Ethics: This course explores how students ought to evaluate and make ethical decisions from the basis of a biblical philosophy of life and framework.
TH304: Apologetics: This course explores how and why students ought to defend the Christian faith
BI301: Romans: This course is an expositional study of the Epistle to the Romans.
BI302: Pentateuch: This course is an in-depth study of the content and major themes of the five books of the Pentateuch.
MN301: Ministry Challenges in Zimbabwe: This course explores challenges and issues typical to Zimbabwe and encourages students to make ethical decisions from the basis of a biblical philosophy of life and framework.
MN303: Pastoral Care & Counselling 2: This course introduces the student to an overview of modern psychological theories and their proponents evaluated from a Christian perspective and explores how Christian counselling relates to the local church.
MN304: Expository Preaching 2: This course builds on the initial framework provided by Expository Preaching 1, with a particular focus on how to preach from different biblical genres.
BL301: Greek 3A: This course is a continuation of second-year Greek, exposing students to more intermediate level Greek grammar and syntax as they parse, translate, and syntactically diagram key passages.
BL302: Greek 3B: This is the final Greek module in which students will do a Greek exegetical study of a New Testament book.
BL303: Hebrew 3A: This course guides students through the translation and exegesis of selected Hebrew passages.
BL304: Hebrew 3B: This is the final Hebrew module in which students will be required to do more advanced translation and exegesis of select Hebrew passages.
NB: each course is worth 12 credits