THE SPECIALIZED SKILLS TRAINING PROGRAMS
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These programs do not require a basic theological degree for enrollment. Apart from the necessary academic achievements, practical involvement in the relevant field of study is expected. These programs do not qualify for automatic upgrade into a Master of Divinity degree or into graduate theological studies. 
The Certificate in Child Studies (Cert.C.S) is for those with a SPM and with a concern for children. The program is completed through part-time off-campus studies. A total of 12 credits are required to graduate.
The Diploma/Certificate in Christian Counseling (Dip/Cert.C.C) is a systematic counseling program designed to meet the needs of working men and women who want to develope or upgrade their skills and knowledge in helping ministries.
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The Graduate Diploma in Christian Counseling (Grad.Dip.C.C) is tailored for those seeking comprehensive training in the practice of counseling from a Christian perspective. The program consists of 20 credits of course work in a modular system with an additional 4 credits of practicum.
The Master of Arts in Holistic Child Development (MA.HCD) is designed for people working in child development ministries. The objective is to equip students with a wide range of competencies and understandings related to holistic child development and to develop skills to relate and apply biblical principles to current child developmental theories and practices. A total of 40 credits are required to credit. The program is offered only in June each year.
The Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies (MA.I.S) is designed for missionaries or would-be missionaries with a tertiary or professional education but not a basic theological degree (B.Th). The courses are in modules and will need up to two years to complete. A total of 50 credits is required for graduation.
In this course the youth and student worker will learn a philosophy of ministry and a training model for youth ministry programming.  The following questions will be answered: 
  • Why does my student ministry program do things the way they do?
  • How do I make sure our youth ministry is meeting the needs of all the youth, both Christian and non-Christian?
  • How do I build leaders?
  • How do we make sure student ministry is balanced and yet not overloaded with too many activities?