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Diploma in Biblical Studies

R3 500


The studies in this certificate aim to elevate a student to a doctrinal understanding of the Bible to an advanced level.
With the complement of this Certificate, the student would automatically be enrolled in the Associate Degree program.

Bachelor's Degree in Theology

R4 500


Students learn a wide variety of skills through theology, like critical thinking, clear writing, problem-solving, and analysis of social and historical trends.

From teaching to ministry, a Theology degree is an excellent starting point to enter into a career that helps you share your knowledge and skills with the world. Theology is a broad field that includes biblical studies, ministry, religious studies, and divinity.

The complement this Degree, the student should apply to enroll in the Master's Degree program.


Masters Degree in Ministry

R5 500

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A master's degree in ministry covers advanced topics in theology, communication, and spiritual development, and the graduate curriculum equips students with the wisdom and skills they need to effectively serve others through positions of spiritual leadership.

The master's degree in ministry is designed to give a broad range of ministry preparation for many ministry opportunities. Our M. Min. graduates are currently serving in a variety of roles ranging from senior pastor, campus pastor, and discipleship pastor to cross-cultural missionary and college ministry.

The complement of this Degree, the student should apply to enroll in the  Doctorate Degree program.

Doctorate Degree in Theology/Ministry

R6 500

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A PhD (a Doctor of Theology or Ministry) is a doctoral research degree and the highest level of academic qualification you can achieve. A PhD degree normally takes between three and four years of full-time work to complete.

After a Ph.D., if you are keen to continue doing research, you can pursue a postdoctoral fellowship in an academic institution and then work toward securing a tenure-track professorship.

This workload can be huge. No matter where you do your Ph.D. the amount of work and effort it takes to complete a PhD is much greater than what was required for an undergraduate degree. 

Computer Practice N4/ Bridging Course

R3 000


This Computer Practice Course is the Bridging course that has been affiliated with the Great Commission Theological Institute from McWilliams Academy to enhance the experience of the students in Higher Education.


The aims and objectives of the Computer courses are to develop an understanding of how computing technology presents new ways to address problems; and to use computational thinking to analyze problems and to design, develop, and evaluate solutions like reading, writing, testing, and modifying computer programs.

Students who want to register for this course must send a message to us after being registered. This will let us know that we need to register you for this class. If you do not send a message to us, we will automatically register you in the Diploma Class.

Ordination Course
R2 200


Ordination is the sacramental ceremony in which a man becomes a deacon, priest, or bishop and is enabled to minister in Christ's name and that of the Church. 

ordination, in Christian churches, is a rite for the dedication and commissioning of ministers. The essential ceremony consists of the laying of hands of the ordaining minister upon the head of the one being ordained, with prayer for the gifts of the Holy Spirit and of grace required for the carrying out of the ministry.

Ordination training is the ceremony of bestowing a person with a position of religious authority — as when someone becomes a priest, minister, or shaman. The noun ordination comes from the Latin word ordinare, meaning “put in order.” Becoming a religious leader usually requires training in a seminary followed by an ordination.

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