Description of the Program

The program prepares students for christian ministries, developing competent, sensitive, socially aware christian ministries who can contribute to the rapidly changing societal needs.

Objectives of the Program

Bachelor of Christian Ministries at Africa Nazarene University seeks to prepare men and women from a variety of Christian backgrounds for service in the Church by equipping them intellectually, socially and spiritually.

Concentration
  • Biblical Studies:
    Systematic Theology 1
    Systematic Theology 2
    Introduction to Philosophy
    Beginning Greek
    Intermediate Greek
    Beginning Hebrew
    Intermediate Hebrew
  • Chaplaincy:
    Systematic Theology 1
    Systematic Theology 2
    Chaplaincy in Educational Institutions
    Chaplaincy in Correctional Institutions
    Hospital Chaplaincy Seminar
    Psychology in Society
    Counseling Skills
    Counseling in Times of Crisis
    Philosophy
  • Community Development:
    Principles of Management
    Entrepreneurship
    Systematic Theology I
    Systematic Theology II
    Compassionate And Social Intervention
    Project Management
    Organizational Behaviour
    Cross-Cultural Communication
    Philosophy
    Reconciliation and Peacemaking
  • Counseling Education:
    Inter-cultural Communication
    Systematic Theology 1
    Systematic Theology 2
    Pastoral Counseling Practicum
    Philosophy
    Human Growth and Development
    Counseling with Young Children
    Psychology in Society
    Counseling Skills
    Counseling in Times of Crisis
    Electives:
    Counseling for Marriage and Family
    Counseling for Addictive Behaviors
    Counseling for Sexuality Issues
    Counseling for Personal Conflicts
    Career Choice and Sustainability
    Counseling the Aging
    Counseling and Ministering to Those with HIV/AIDS
  • Evangelism and Missions:
    Inter-cultural Communication
    Preaching Lab
    Systematic Theology 1
    Systematic Theology 2
    Leadership Principles and Styles
    World Religions
    Expository Preaching
    World Missions
    Understanding Multicultural Behavior
    Cross-Cultural Communication
    Electives:
    Philosophy
    Human Communication
    Interpersonal Communication
    The Church and the Media
    World History/African Perspective
    Psychology in Society
    Counseling for Marriage and Family
    Counseling and Ministering to Those with HIV/AIDS
    African History
  • Management:
    Leadership Principles and Styles
    Inter-cultural Communication
    Systematic Theology 1
    Systematic Theology 2
    Introduction to Philosophy
    Business Studies
    Principles of Management
    Principles of Marketing
    Business Finance
    Business Statistics
    Management Information Systems
    Business Policy and Ethics
    Electives:
    Fundamentals of Accounting I
    Fundamentals of Accounting II
    Microeconomics
    Macroeconomics
    Business Law
  • Urban and Youth Ministries:
    Inter-cultural Communication
    Preaching Lab
    Systematic Theology 1
    Systematic Theology 2
    Leadership Principles and Styles
    World Religions
    Understanding Multicultural Behavior
    Cross-Cultural Communication
    Human Growth and Development
    Youth Ministries
    Urban Ministries
    Electives:
    Human Communication
    Interpersonal Communication
    The Church and the Media
    Expository Preaching
    Teaching Ministry of the Church
    Origins/History of the Scientific World View
    World History/African Perspective
    World Missions
    Psychology in Society
    Counseling for Marriage and Family
    Counseling and Ministering to Those with HIV/AIDS
    African History
    Philosophy
Admission Requirements

Overall Grade of C+ in KCSE and C in Math

Or
Division II (O’ level), 2 principals & a Subsidiary (A’level),
Or
5 credits in IGCSE or equivalent
Or
Minimum GPA of 2.7 from Pre-University
Minimum GPA of 2.3 from Diploma
Or
Credit pass at Diploma level
NB:
Exemptions awarded to applicants with a minimum GPA of 2.7.
– See more at: http://www.anu.ac.ke/program/bachelor-of-christian-ministries/#sthash.varY1oWB.dpuf

No. of Units for one to graduate 48
Exemption Status Up to 23 units exemptions for those with diplomas in the area of study from a recognized university
Duration of the Program
  • 8 trimester

or

  • 2 years and 8 months

or

  • 4 Academic years
Mode of Study

Regular

Distance Learning

Locations where the program is offered
  • Main Campus
Next Intake
  • January
  • May
  • September
Fee Structure

Fee Structure- 2015- Undergraduate

Fee Structure- 2015- Distance Learning

School or Department which program is offered under

Religion Department