A bachelor's degree is a hallmark of higher education. It is given to those who dedicate three to seven years studying a specific program. A bachelor's degree can be earned in a variety of disciplines in the arts and sciences.
The area of Christian studies refers to the study of Jesus Christ, the Bible, the apostles and different faith denominations and beliefs. Many programs also introduce students to other religions, such as Islam and Judaism.
This programme develops Christian leaders with a broad theoretical and practical foundation in Christian ministry. Graduates will be grounded in Biblical texts and equipped with the knowledge and skills to serve in churches and faith-based organisations. Academic study and personal faith are integrated to produce leaders with a mature, holistic spirituality.
A National Senior Certificate (NSC) with a bachelor’s pass or equivalent;
Matriculation Certificate (with university exemption) or equivalent;
Higher Certificate or an Advanced Certificate or Diploma in a cognate field.
Alternative Admission Requirements
A National Senior Certificate or National Certificate Vocational with a diploma pass (or equivalent) combined with the results of the NBT;
Mature age of 23 and over during the first year of studies and a National Senior Certificate (or equivalent);
RPL policy for access and the results of the NBT are determining factors for admission. Contact the admissions office regarding RPL;
Mature students (45 years or later) can be admitted, determined by the RPL conditions and the results of the NBT.
Minimum three years;
Maximum six years part-time;
On campus and online;
January and July intakes.