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Main Courses

These main courses are offered by academics who are experts in the subject and provide, active, face-to-face training for a period of 5 days. Before and after these sessions, which last 20-25 hours, students may be given various assignments, exams and church ministry responsibilities at the request of the local faculty. There are 9 main courses in total and participation in all courses is mandatory in order to complete the program.

  • Hermeneutics
  • Introduction to Theology I
  • Introduction to Theology II
  • Biblical Theology
  • Introduction to the Old Testament
  • Introduction to the New Testament
  • Christian Worldview and Apologetics
  • Preaching and Practical Theology
  • History of the Church and Theology
​Auxiliary Courses

Auxiliary courses are offered by the Academy’s faculty. These lessons, held face-to-face or sometimes online, take approximately 8-10 hours. Students may be assigned various assignments, exams, and church ministry responsibilities before and after training based on the request of the local faculty. There are 9 supplementary courses in total and at least 6 of them must be completed in order to complete the program.

  • Counseling
  • Spiritual Disciplines
  • Church Planting
  • Worldviews

Seminars are training sessions that evaluate the problems and issues of our current day and age. They are taught by Academy faculty and local pastors. Completion of the seminars, which are mostly held online, is not mandatory, but it will be important for students to attend the seminars in order to earn the credits required to complete the program. At the request of the local faculty before and after the seminar training, students may be given various assignments, exams and church ministry responsibilities.

  • Prosperity Gospel
  • Marriage
  • Other Religions
  • Corona Virus

There is a total of 85 credit hours required to complete the Academy program, which can be completed in 3 years as a regular study. Of these 85 credits, 63 must be taken from the compulsory main courses and 18 from the auxiliary courses. This corresponds to 81 credits in total. The remaining 4 credits can be built up from other various courses or seminars.