Master of Theology (MTh) (Intake: August)
1. African Christianity (AC)
2. Bible Translation & Interpretation (BTI)
The MTh programme (with particular emphasis on African Christianity and Bible Translation and Interpretation) is aimed at making it possible for graduates from countries all over the world to undertake an advanced study of the forms and traditions of African Christian life and thought emerging as a distinctive strand of non-western Christianity with the potential of contributing to world Christianity.
The Bible Translation & Interpretation (BTI) option is so designed to provide translation agencies working in Africa and African theological training institutions and churches with theologically trained staff who are experts in the original languages of the Bible, as well as African mother-tongue Scriptures, and so able to relate their biblical and theological scholarship to the realities of the African context and to the needs of the African Church in the wider world.
There is a NEW MTh/PhD Modular Coursework Option offered every August. This is an intensive programme of two one month sessions conducted every August and would therefore take two years to complete. The writing of a dissertation/thesis follows immediately after examinations. AUGUST 2015
Study at ACI for the exciting experience of mission and applied theology in context.
Entry requirements for admission
MTh: A good honours degree (or its equivalent) in Theology or in Religious Studies from a recognized and accredited University.
Application forms are obtainable from the Registrar’s Office through P.O. Box 76, Akropong-Akuapem, or email@example.com or 0342-091- 490/1, or our website: www.aci.edu.gh. Completed application forms, with application fee of GHC 100.00, should be returned to the Registrar at the above address. Interested applicants and sponsors should please send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0342-091-490/1 or 0277556718.
Closing dates for submission of application forms are:
– End of April for August intake
– End of November for January/February intake