It is the mission of Revealed Word University to raise up Spirit-anointed leaders who will disciple nations in marketplace.

About Revealed Word University

Revealed Word University offers programs which are highly flexible and are geared towards equipping and empowering Christian leaders who will change the world. All our courses are Spirit-anointed and are available in print, disk or downloadable digital format.

Our courses are available to everyone who meets our entrance requirements. All our courses require comprehensive study and self-discipline. Our university is an online institution offering distance learning to students in many nations around the world. Our courses are relevant to the 21st Century Church and are an effective aid to the spiritual Development of all believers.

It is the mission of Revealed Word University to raise up Spirit-anointed leaders who will disciple nations in marketplace. Our programs have the highest curriculum standards within the framework of Spirit-anointed Biblical authority. We prepare Christian entrepreneurs and leaders for Christian service.

Most of degrees at Revealed Word University are earned degrees. This is achieved by mandatory coursework that must be completed.

Our Purpose

“To edify the body of Christ, to equip God's people for the work of the ministry, to unite in faith, to grow in quality, quantity, stability and integrity so that the whole body is healthy and growing and full of love.”

- (Ephesians 4 V 11 – 16).

Our Aim

Our aim is to help our students in the following ways:

  • Develop a strong and deep relationship with the Lord
  • Provide an in-depth understanding of the Word of God
  • Make them firm and stable in their walk with the Lord as revealed by the Word through the ministry of the Holy Spirit
  • Prepare them for ministry, leadership, and servant-hood in the body of Christ
  • Impart a correct and clear understanding of the Word of God.
  • Train and equip future leaders by means of the best training methods
  • To connect them with marketplace for invading nations for Christ

Legal Status and Accreditation

Revealed Word University is accredited and Member of Christ for Nations International Association of Bible Schools, Dallas, Texas, USA (CFNIABS) and provides quality assurance in higher education. The CFNI Association of Bible Schools was established in 1993 to further the expansion of the Kingdom in the nations through strengthening the work of leadership training in associated bible schools. Currently there are 82 schools from 42 nations as members. Each school has to pass through a strict vetting process.

Accreditation is an important part of certification, as it means that if a college is accredited it meets the minimum standards set by an accreditation agency. Minimum standards mean that there is accountability, that certain criteria are met, that there is good record keeping and that the college has outside recognition. Our goal is to go way beyond the minimum standards.

The purpose of accreditation is to:

  • certify that an institution has met the established standards of excellence assist prospective students in identifying reputable institutions, which offer degree programs that will meet their needs and goals
  • allow institutions to evaluate the acceptability of transfer credits into their own curricula programs. Accreditation is a private, voluntary, non-governmental peer-review process that reviews the educational quality of an institution or program. In the United States, accreditation is the primary means of assuring educational quality. Accreditation status confirms that an institution has voluntarily undergone a comprehensive self-study and peer examination that demonstrates the institution meets standards of accreditation. To receive accreditation, the institution must clearly demonstrate that it has established educational goals, offers formal, organized learning experiences and services that enable students to meet these stated goals and that students and graduates have benefited from the learning experiences provided. Furthermore, accreditation assures that an institution operates on a sound financial basis, has approved programs of study, qualified instructors, adequate facilities and equipment and engages in continual improvement through self-evaluation and planning and promotes its programs truthfully.

A degree is only valid if it is properly granted by an entity that has the legal authority to do so and degree-granting authorization cannot be conferred by an accrediting body. Accreditation agencies are themselves private membership associations and relied upon by many governmental entities to perform certain qualitative and evaluative functions. However, they do not themselves have the authority to issue degrees nor have the power to authorize the existence of a college or a degree program.

Government-recognized accreditation is not necessary for the religious vocations in which we are equipping our students and people working in ministry positions do not need a government accredited degree.

Our courses meet the requirements established by many private, independent, and professional associations. Various regionally or nationally accredited Christian Universities, colleges and seminaries throughout the United States may accept transfer students, credits and degrees from Revealed Word University.

Transferability of credits earned at Revealed Word University and transferred to another Institution is at the discretion of the receiving institution.

All our Certificates, Diplomas and Degrees are issued from our USA campus, Sheridan Wyoming WY 828011 USA. Where we are headquartered. All students outside of the USA are considered as online students of Revealed Word University and are registered at our Sheridan Wyoming, USA campus as such. We have students from more than 10 nations and therefore cannot meet all the legal and/or accreditation requirements for each nation. Therefore, we are not able to set up a physical presence in each nation except in Sheridan Wyoming WY 828011 USA. We are pursuing national accreditation in Rwanda in Africa for meting special students’ needs in marketplace. We are    in partnership with different schools such as Distant Production House University, Christ For Nations Institute and local churches and ministries all-over the world.

Life Experience

All degrees at Revealed Word University are earned degrees. This is achieved by Mandatory coursework that must be completed. University transcripts do not always reflect real life experience. Revealed Word University recognizes life experience which may have been gained through years of work which is ministry related.

Many people have served in ministry positions and have gained a lot of knowledge and experience in their fields, but do not have any formal certificate, diploma, or degree. Life experience credits can give some of the recognition needed for this service in the work of the Lord. This acceptance of life credits helps a potential student to accelerate their learning college experience and enable them to earn a fully accredited ministry related degree. Applicants must have had more than five years in a recognized position in ministry or fifteen years in private business that contributed lot in God’s Kingdom Development.

No diplomas or degrees can be awarded based purely upon life-experience. Life experience credit cannot be given for an entire degree but is limited to a maximum of 45 credit hours.

Life experience which could include such things as books authored, missions trips, classes taught, outreach ministries, ministries within a church, etc., must be documented along with the years they occurred and submitted for evaluation.

Credit Transfers

Revealed Word University can transfer all credits from accredited institutions such as Colleges, seminaries, Christian universities, etc. Courses transferred must be equivalent in content & requirements to courses in the Revealed Word University catalogue.

The credits must be reported on an official transcript.

Start your own School

Revealed Word University works closely with local Pastors, Christian leaders and local Churches in diverse countries. We are aware that there is a growing trend for local Church leaders and pastors to train and equip their own members in typical Church-based settings. We respect the autonomy of the local Church and are willing to assist Church leaders in their desire to equip their own people at a local level.

Pastors and Christian Leaders can begin their own colleges which pass through 3 accreditation steps as follows:

A Three Year Process

To begin with, we have set up a three year progression and campus evaluation process. The campus is assessed and inspected at the end of each year to see if the management of and operating standards have been met. This is done to assist you with correct management procedures and before giving the campus the opportunity of progressing to the next year.

As a developing school/campus we need to be sure that you know and understand the process of running a campus. After successful assessment and audit of your campus by RWU, you may offer students the opportunity of continuing and your campus will be upgraded so that you will be able to work toward becoming an Associate Campus/School.

We look at all your record keeping. Your standard of Facilitation. Whether facilitators are meeting the requirements and if students are happy they are getting what has been offered. We also take into account your management, administration, accountability, and record keeping in terms of student portfolios, marking, exams, timetables, filing, attendance of students, keeping to the program, reports, quarterly reports to RWU, communication, reporting structures, proper course material for students, access to and cost of printing course material, book keeping and payment records related to that and other necessary management requirements.

Facilitators need to be geared up and ready to work closely with students in this phase. They also have to be trained in how to mark relevant course material. In doing so, they will first have had to achieve this section of the curriculum in order to be able to mark the material. No facilitator who has not actually done this phase will be allowed to mark fellow students’ assignments. After successful assessment and passing the required operating standards and audit, we will advise you whether your campus may offer students the opportunity of continuing to the next phase in working towards becoming a Certified Campus/School.

At this point, Facilitators will be required to know and study ahead of time, the Leadership and Administration or the Surveys. As they will eventually be marking the student’s work, they are required to know and fully understand the course content and have passed prior to facilitating students. At the end of this year, the campus is assessed and audited and should you meet the requirements set out by RWU, you will be upgraded to certified status. This means that you are in a position to offer up to Bachelor Degree in Biblical Theology.

At this point you should have determined your team. Facilitators who are grounded and able to take students through the various phases of study. Facilitators who are accountable and transparent. You should have a functional campus. Not all campuses actually ever get to offering Associate Degree or Bachelor Degree, but function brilliantly in offering Certificate in Ministry which is Pure Theology and gives all students an excellent base in terms of discipleship training and understanding the Word of God.

Not many campuses are accredited past Associate Degree either. The requirements are stringent and we do not assume or expect campuses to struggle along. It is better to have a very well-run campus, training people in Pure Theology than a campus that strives only for certification and does not meet the requirements.

Assessment of your campus takes place towards the end of each year in the form of a random audit and where possible we will do an on-site visit. We repeat the assessment process at the end of each year.

Should your campus not pass the requirements, you may still work towards upgrading your status to offer Degrees to students and we will try and assist you. Certificates must be displayed at all times (or available upon request). Students also need to be advised about the process and should be free to apply directly to RWU to continue with their studies should your campus not meet the requirements set out or if they are no longer able to attend regular classes due to personal changes such as moving their location or extended working hours etc. Some students are not in a position to pay towards their studies, so this too should be taken into consideration and discussed with RWU.

Study Online

No student has to wait for a full year or semester to start with studies. Different people study at different paces which means a student can now determine and maintain his or her own pace. Students can register any time of the year as and when it suits the student best in terms of own circumstances, whether it be available funds, job requirements or any other circumstances.

Our online learning programs serve students who:

  • cannot attend our campus in Sheridan Wyoming WY 828011 USA
  • are unable to attend a Church-based Bible college/Campus in their city
  • are pursuing a degree, but need to complete some courses through distance delivery

Online (Master, Doctorate or non- pure theological study programs) education brings the college with all its resources right into your home which you can access at any time of your choice.

We have listed a number of advantages of online learning:

  • Flexibility - You can access your course materials at any time of the day and night and from anywhere in the world, as long as you have internet access and a computer or similar device that has internet accessibility. We can also post your books to you if you choose this option.
  • Convenience - Campus classes are rigid whereas online study can be scheduled around work and family as long as you are disciplined and put in the necessary hours of work required for the online classes.
  • Access to instructors - you can email your instructor at any time with any question and have your questions answered promptly. You are the only person competing for the instructor’s attention.
  • Cost saving – Studying online will save you time and money by eliminating the need to travel to and from campus. The campus is right where you happen to be at any time.
  • Access to the world - Every quality resource that you may need to help you complete your classes is available on the internet. The internet can take you to far-flung places across the globe and connect you with unique pieces of information that may not be accessible in the Traditional on-campus environment.
  • Global connection - Online study will place you in contact with other students from all over the world from different cultures which will give you an insight to other worldviews, which will allow help with your personal ministry growth.


Students can start studying at any time during the year. They can also graduate as soon as they have completed their study program.

Revealed Word University will hold regional graduations ceremonies each year throughout the United States and celebration services in the various other nations worldwide.

Attendance is not compulsory. Certificates, Diplomas and Degrees will be forwarded to students on completion of their studies which are issued from our USA campus only.

Academic Programs

  1. Christian Foundation

Introduction – Getting Wisdom

  • Chapter 1.   Jesus Taught
  • Chapter 2    Discipleship
  • Chapter 3.   Sermon on the Mount Part One
  • Chapter 4.   Sermon on the Mount Part Two
  • Chapter 5.   Servant Leadership
  • Chapter 6.   Authority of the Church
  • Chapter 7.   The Kingdom of God
  • Chapter 8.   The Message of Jesus
  • Chapter 9.   The Spirit of the Leader
  • Chapter 10. Go make Disciples
  • Chapter 11. The Laying on of Hands
  • Chapter 12. Eschatology Matthew 24
  • Chapter 13. Eschatology -The Great Tribulation
  • Chapter 14. Eschatology -The Return of Christ
  • Chapter 15. Eschatology -The Rapture
  • Chapter 16. Eschatology -The Judgements of
  • Chapter 17. Eschatology -The Bride of Christ
  1. Understanding the Bible
  • Chapter 1.   Old Testament Divisions
  • Chapter 2.   New Testament Divisions
  • Chapter 3.   History of the Bible
  • Chapter 4.  Christian Worldview
  • Chapter 5.  Christocentric
  • Chapter 6.  The Blood Covenants
  • Chapter 7.   Covenant Terms
  • Chapter 8.   Bible Covenants
  • Chapter 9.   Principles of Biblical Interpretation
  • Chapter 10. Interpreting the New Testament
  • Chapter 11. We must study the Bible
  • Chapter 12. Understanding the Bible
  • Chapter 13. What the Bible is
  • Chapter 14. Developing an Effective Bible Study
  • End               Review Test Answers
  1. Spiritual Beings 
  • Chapter 1.   God
  • Chapter 2.   The Glory of God
  • Chapter 3.   Three Attributes of God
  • Chapter 4.   The Trinity
  • Chapter 5.   The Father
  • Chapter 6.   The Father’s Love
  • Chapter 7.   As Father
  • Chapter 8.   The Son
  • Chapter 9.   The Holy Spirit
  • Chapter 10.  Origin of Angels
  • Chapter 11.  Characteristics of Angels
  • Chapter 12.  Different kinds of Angels
  • Chapter 13.  Function of Angels
  • Chapter 14.  Demons
  • Chapter 15.  Authority
  1. Prayer
  • Chapter 1.   The Name
  • Chapter 2.   Bible Prayers
  • Chapter 3.   The Prayer of Faith
  • Chapter 4.   Binding and Loosing
  • Chapter 5.   Intercession
  • Chapter 6.   Praying in the Spirit
  1. Inner Victory 
  • Session 1.    Introduction
  • Session 2.    Two Kingdoms
  • Session 3.    Your Spiritual House
  • Session 4.    Generational Curses
  • Session 5.    Wounds and Traumas
  • Session 6.    Roots and Fruits
  • Session 7.    Practical Explanation
  • Session 8.    Renewing of the Mind
  • Session 9.    Spirit, Soul, Body and Salvation
  • Session 10.  Following up Programs
  1. Spiritual Gifts
  • Chapter 1.   Spiritual Gifts by Chapter
  • Chapter 2.   Misconceptions of Spiritual Gifts
  • Chapter 3.   Discover Your Spiritual Gifts. Pneuma Gift Analysis & Score Sheet
  • Chapter 4.   Elders and Deacons
  • Chapter 5.   Different Gifts
  • Chapter 6.   Miraculous Gifts
  • Chapter 7.   Serving Gifts
  • Chapter 8.   The Motivational Gifts
  • Chapter 9.   Grace Gifts
  • Chapter 10. Apostles – Understanding the term Apostle
  • Chapter 11. An Apostolic Mission Statement
  • Chapter 12. The First Apostles Were:
  • Chapter 13. Prophets
  • Chapter 14. Discerning the True Prophet from the False
  • Chapter 15. Personal Prophecy
  • Chapter 16. Evangelists
  • Chapter 17. Pastor/Shepherd
  1. Prophets Manual
  • Section 1: The Prophet
  • Section 2: Prophetic exposure of evil infiltrations into the church universally
  • Section 3: Release of prophetic revelations
  • Section 4: Preparation and training of a prophet for his ministry
  • Section 5: Stages of prophetic development
  • Section 6: Prophetic realities
  • Section 7: Prophetically: for and against
  • Section 8: Prophetic procedures
  • Section 9: Prophetic alarm signals
  • Section 10: Prophets are you ready?
  • Prophecy: to the prophets of the body of Christ


  • Registration fee: $25
  • Tuition fee: $150
  • Duration:6 to 12 moths

Welcome to Pastoral Counselling – 3 Credit hours

  • Chapter 1.   Uniqueness of Christian Counselling
  • Chapter 2.   Preparation for Counselling
  • Chapter 3.   The Counselling Setting
  • Chapter 4.   Hosting the Presence of God in Counselling
  • Chapter 5.   Effective Communication
  • Chapter 6.   Distractions in Counselling Communication
  • Chapter 7.   Counselling Techniques
  • Chapter 8.   Counselling Models
  • Chapter 9.   Counselling Mistakes
  • Client Application to Counselling Form
  • Consent to Counselling Form

A Biblical Foundation – 4 Credit hours

  • Chapter 1.   Biblical Foundations
  • Chapter 2    The Revelation of Scripture
  • Chapter 3.   The Nature of God
  • Chapter 4.   Sin
  • Chapter 5.   Dying to Self
  • Chapter 6.   Strongholds of the Mind
  • Chapter 7.   Forgiveness
  • Chapter 8.   Reasons for Forgiving Others
  • Chapter 9.   Guilt
  • Chapter 10. Overcoming Stress
  • Chapter 11. Fear
  • Page 43-47. Discussion questions and answers

Emotions – 3 Credit hours

  • Chapter 1.   Emotional Intelligence
  • Chapter 2.   Three Major Needs
  • Chapter 3.   Spirit, Soul and Body
  • Chapter 4.   The Grief Cycle
  • Chapter 5.   Psychology
  • Chapter 6.   Developmental Psychology
  • Chapter 7.   Depression
  • Chapter 8.   Discussion Questions

Types of Counselling – 3 Credit hours

  • Chapter 1.   Abortion
  • Chapter 2.   Childhood Molestation
  • Chapter 3.   Symptoms of Childhood Abuse in Adults
  • Chapter 4.   Death
  • Chapter 5.   Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 6.   Homosexuality
  • Chapter 7.   Life Skills
  • Chapter 8.   Mediation
  • Chapter 9.   Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Chapter 10.  Discussion & Answers

Case Studies – 2 Credit hours

  • Chapter 1.   Adult Survivors of Child Abuse
  • Chapter 2.   Mediation
  • Chapter 3.   Obesity
  • Chapter 4.   Post-Traumatic Stress
  • Chapter 5.   Absent father, Low self-esteem, Sexual Dysfunction & Suicide
  • Chapter 6.   Brokenness
  • Chapter 7.   Fear of failure and dealing with Courage, Faith and Truth

SECTION 6.  Assignments to be handed in – 10 Credit hours

SECTION 7.  Counselling Ministry – practical, logs and credits – up to 4 Credit hours (M275)


  • Registration fee: $25
  • Tuition fee: $150
  • Duration: 6 to 12 months


Practical Leadership – 4 Credit hours

Introduction: Welcome to Leadership & Administration

  • Chapter 1.    Controlling Leaders
  • Chapter 2.    Authority
  • Chapter 3.    Leading like Jesus
  • Chapter 4.    Teamwork
  • Chapter 5.    Loyalty
  • Chapter 6.    Disloyalty
  • Chapter 7.    Building Loyalty in Ministry
  • Chapter 8.    Seven Enemies in Ministry and life
  • Chapter 9.    Fear in Leadership
  • Chapter 10.  Discouragement
  • Chapter 11.  Godly Sorrow
  • Chapter 12.  Burdened in the Spirit
  • Chapter 13.  Winning against all Odds
  • Chapter 14.  The Unfair Advantage
  • Chapter 15.  Perseverance
  • Chapter 16.  Running the Race
  • Chapter 17.  Finishing Strong
  • Chapter 18.  Victorious Christian Living
  • Chapter 19.  Kirche or Ecclesia
  • Chapter 20.  You are Doulos
  • Chapter 21.  Assignments – to be handed in

Course 2 

Part One – Introduction to Philosophy – 2 Credit hours

  • Chapter 1.   Introduction to Philosophy
  • Chapter 2    Morals & Ethics
  • Chapter 3.   Metaphysics
  • Chapter 4.   Epistemology
  • Chapter 5.   Philosophical Logic
  • Chapter 6.  Assignments to be handed in

Part Two – Different Kinds of Philosophies – 4 Credit hours

  • Chapter 1.   Empiricism
  • Chapter 2.   Rationalism
  • Chapter 3.   Pluralism
  • Chapter 4.   Positivism
  • Chapter 5.   Realism
  • Chapter 6.   Occam’s Razor
  • Chapter 7.   Hegelianism
  • Chapter 8.   Progressivism
  • Chapter 9.   Progressive Christianity
  • Chapter 10. Constructivism
  • Chapter 11. Socialism
  • Chapter 12. Feminism
  • Chapter 13. LGBT
  • Chapter 14. Modern vs Post Modernism
  • Chapter 15. New Age Movement
  • Chapter 16. Liberalism
  • Chapter 17. Relativism
  • Chapter 18. Homework – to be handed in
  • Chapter 19. Assignments – to be handed in

Course 3.1 – The Church – Missiology – 2 Credit hours

The Tabernacle of Moses – 5 Credit hours (under revision)

Introduction Missiology

  • Chapter 1.   Missions
  • Chapter 2.   A Missions Model
  • Chapter 3.   Unreached People
  • Chapter 4.   Urban Missions
  • Chapter 5.   The 10/40 Window
  • Chapter 6.   Persecution
  • Chapter 7.   To Die is Gain
  • Chapter 8.   A Powerful Church is a Threat
  • Chapter 9.   The Children
  • Chapter 10. Compassion Fatigue
  • Chapter 11. Assignment Missiology

Course 3.2. The Church – Social Justice – 1 Credit hour

  • Chapter 1.   Social Justice
  • Chapter 2.   Prosperity
  • Chapter 3.   The Just God in Revelation
  • Chapter 4.   Social Justice Assignment
  • Course 3.3. The Church – Victorious Church – 3 Credit hours
  • Chapter 1.   Servants, Friends and Brothers
  • Chapter 2.   Pentecost
  • Chapter 3.   Babel and Pentecost
  • Chapter 4.   Filled with The Holy Spirit
  • Chapter 5.   The Holy Spirit our Seal
  • Chapter 6.   Election and Predestination
  • Chapter 7.   The Biblical Church
  • Chapter 8.   Communion
  • Chapter 9.   Assignment to be handed in

Course 3.4. The Church – Practical Ministries – 2 Credit hours

  • Chapter 1.   Practical Ministry
  • Chapter 2.   Maturity
  • Chapter 3.   Christology
  • Chapter 4.   Accountability vs Covering
  • Chapter 5.   Covering and Covenant
  • Chapter 6.   Are you a Thermometer or a Thermostat?
  • Chapter 7.   Apologetics
  • Chapter 8.   Assignment to be handed in

Course 3.5. The Church – Christian Ethics – 3 Credit hours

  • Chapter 1.   Christian Ethics
  • Chapter 2.   Applied Ethics
  • Chapter 3.   Christian Activism
  • Chapter 4.   Money
  • Chapter 5.   The Poor
  • Chapter 6.   Sexual Morality
  • Chapter 7.   Treatment of Women
  • Chapter 8.   Alcohol
    Chapter 9.   Retaliation and Defense

Course 3.6.  The Church – Marriage & Remarriage – 2 Credit hours

  • Chapter 1.   Marriage
  • Chapter 2.   Christian Marriage
  • Chapter 3.   Biblical Marriage
  • Chapter 4.   Divorce
  • Chapter 5.   Jewish Divorce
  • Chapter 6.   Jesus on Divorce
  • Chapter 7.   Assignment to be handed in

Course 4.  Homiletics – 6 Credit hours

  • Chapter 1.   Preparation of the Sermon
  • Chapter 2.   The Sermon
  • Chapter 3.   Transitions
  • Chapter 4.   Types of Sermons
  • Chapter 5.   Teach well according to Martin Luther
  • Chapter 6.   Homiletics Assignments to be handed in

Course 5.  Ordination – 2 Credit hours

  • Chapter 1.   Called
  • Chapter 2.   Anointing
  • Chapter 3.   Anointing Produces Effective Ministry
  • Chapter 4.   Called to preach
  • Chapter 5.   Qualifications for Ministry
  • Chapter 6.   Deacons
  • Chapter 7.   Elders
  • Chapter 8.   Assignment to be handed in

Course 6.  Conclusion

  • Chapter 1.   Paying the Price
  • Chapter 2.   Discipling
  • Chapter 3.   Inspiration


Accounting – 4 Credit hours

  • Introduction to Administration
  • Chapter 1.   Introduction to Accounting
  • Chapter 2.   Different Types of Accounting
  • Chapter 3.   Accounting Terms
  • Chapter 4.   Surplus or Deficit
  • Chapter 5.   Funds
  • Chapter 6.   Financial Statements
  • Chapter 7.   Income and Expenditure Statement
  • Chapter 8.   Cash Flow Statement
  • Chapter 9.   Profit and Loss Account
  • Chapter 10. Budgets
  • Chapter 11. Break Even Point
  • Chapter 12. Management Accounting
  • Chapter 13. Statement of Financial Position
  • Chapter 14. Depreciate your Way to a Healthier Non-profit
  • Chapter 15. Assignments – to be handed in


Stewardship – Understanding Stewardship – 5 Credit hours

Understanding Stewardship

  • Chapter 1.  Stewardship
  • Chapter 2.  Reaching your full potential
  • Chapter 3.  An Inheritance

SECTION 2.2.   Stewardship – Giving 

  • Chapter 1.   Stewardship of Giving
  • Chapter 2.   Jesus and Giving
  • Chapter 3.   Responsibilities to Ministries
  • Chapter 4.   Giving to the Poor

SECTION 2.3 Tithes and Offerings

  • Chapter 1.   Introduction to Tithing
  • Chapter 2.   Error and False Teaching
  • Chapter 3.   The Tithe
  • Chapter 4.   Offerings
  • Chapter 5.   History of the Biblical Tithe
  • Chapter 6.   History of the Tithe in the Church
  • Chapter 7.   Jesus on Tithing
  • Chapter 8.   The New Testament on Tithing
  • Chapter 9.   A Cheerful Giver

SECTION 2.4.  Our Lives

  • Chapter 1.   Stewarding our Lives
  • Chapter 2.   Stewardship of the Environment
  • Chapter 3.   Stewardship over Animals

SECTION 2.5.  Assignments 

Organizational Structure and Strategy – 2 Credit hours

  • Chapter 1.   For-Profit and Non-Profit
  • Chapter 2.   Organizational Culture
  • Chapter 3.   Organizational Behaviour
  • Chapter 4.   Productivity
  • Chapter 5.   Business Strategy
  • Chapter 6.   Assignment to be handed in

SECTION 4. Management – 2 Credit hours

  • Chapter 1.   Fourteen principles of Management
  • Chapter 2.   Five Functions of Management
  • Chapter 3.   Leading a Successful Team
  • Chapter 4.   Management Styles
  • Chapter 5.   Applying Biblical Principles to Management
  • Chapter 6.   Time Management
  • Chapter 7.   Assignment to be handed in.


  • Registration fee: $25
  • Tuition fee: $150
  • Duration 6 to 12 months

Students who successfully complete either the bachelor’s in ministry or bachelor’s in theology may elect to study towards an Honours degree. Both bachelors degrees include The Certificate in Ministry, Philosophy, Leadership Principles and Homiletics, which means students can study the subjects included in the degree they did not study for and would take  an extra eighteen months to 2 years of study to earn an honours degree in ministry.



  • BL515 - Advanced Greek - New Testament Greek with emphasis on reading actual text. (9 credits)
  • BL510 - Advanced Hebrew - Biblical with some reading of actual text. (9 credits)



  • BR 501 - Seminar (3 credits)
  • BR 502 - Writing Research Papers Across the Curriculum (3 credits)
  • BR 515 - Biblical Hermeneutics (3 credits)



  • CD 509 - New Testament Survey (3 credits)
  • CD 508 - Old Testament Survey (3 credits)
  • CD 505 - Systematic Theology 1 (3 credits)
  • CD 506 - Systematic Theology 2 (3 credits)
  • CD 560 - New Testament Theology (3 credits)
  • CODE - Christian Apologetics (3 credits)


  • CH 530 Church History (3 credits)
  • CODE Master’s Thesis (12 credits)


  • CH 515 - Historicity and Values of Christ for the Nations (3 credits)
  • CD 518 - The Spirit World (3 credits)
  • CD 530 - Systematic Theology of the Kingdom of God (3 credits)
  • BS 515 - The Impact of the Book of Enoch on Christianity and Other Religions (3 credits)



  • Registration fee: $50
  • Tuition fee: $ 2000
  • Duration: 1 to 2 years




The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Biblical Studies is a terminal research doctorate designed to prepare and equip biblical scholars who show exceptional academic promise and teaching potential.

The degree program requires 60 credit hours of study, including the doctoral dissertation. The program is delivered in a blended format, leveraging online technology with face-to-face seminar experiences, resulting in a model of delivery that fits the lives of adult learners. Because of this alternate delivery method, the PhD in Biblical Studies will be accessible to men and women who are already actively engaged in full-time marketplace employment or Christian ministries and are unable to enter a traditional residency program.

These students will join a cohort of peers who, together, will progress though a prescribed sequence of seminars, develop sustainable habits of scholarly inquiry, and enjoy the benefits of functioning in a cooperative learning environment.

Through the PhD in Biblical Studies, students will realize a greater mastery of biblical languages, historical backgrounds, and theological frameworks. The program also contains a significant component of seminar work dedicated to the development of mediated and classroom teaching skills for the instruction of adult learners, including learning theory, instructional design, and educational technology. In addition to the more common humanities-based research model for biblical research, students will have the option of focusing their dissertation research in the area of biblical instruction by using empirical methodologies as well as humanities-based research designs.

The integration of these studies and disciplines will enable the candidates to conduct doctoral level research and will equip them to serve in the educational and ministerial fields which require the highest level of academic degree achievement.


The purpose of the PhD in BIBLICAL STUDIES; THEOLOGY ; DIVINITY; MINISTRY programs is to prepare twenty-first century professors, teachers, pastors, missionaries, and other types of ministry educators to teach biblical and theological studies in Bible colleges, Christian liberal arts colleges, seminaries, and other teaching contexts and equip them to integrate a significant knowledge of educational technology, adult learning theory, and mediated learning methodology in their teaching role



As a result of completing the PhD in Biblical Studies, the student will attain an excellent command of the historical, cultural, and linguistic foundations of Scripture. The student will also attain an expert’s ability to apply advanced hermeneutical principles to develop a theology of Scripture and to critically evaluate theological systems. The graduate of the program will then be empowered to serve as a teacher of teachers, employing the most effective and innovative techniques, including computer technology and mediated instruction. The program will also prepare world-class scholars proficient in advanced research methods leveraging cutting-edge computer research techniques.




  • Deepen and sharpen the student’s ability to exegete Scripture through advanced training in the original languages of Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek. The students explore the cognate languages and study textual criticism to expand their knowledge and understanding of the wider foundations of Scripture.
  • Enable the student to comprehend and analyze Scripture against the backdrop of the languages, civilizations, and literatures of the ancient world in which the revelation of God was first given to humanity.
  • Equip the student with exegetical skills needed to effectively discern the teaching of Scripture for the sake of communicating biblical truth to others.



  • Equip students to think and execute skillfully as classroom and online teachers. Courses focus on the acquisition of the knowledge and skills necessary for comprehending human development processes, learning theory, and the teaching-learning process as they apply to both the classroom and online teaching contexts.
  • Students will gain an understanding of adult learning theory and its effective application to the teaching of adults in the changing higher education environment. Students learn how to engage adult learners in face-to-face, online, and blended teaching contexts. Students explore appropriate teaching models for adult learners in mediated learning environments. As students employ technological tools and blended learning techniques, they further hone the ability to train others to effectively use the same tools and techniques.




  • As a result of completing the PhD in Biblical Studies program, the student will gain the ability to think and execute skillfully as a researcher-scholar and author using computer technology. This core competency focuses on the development of research skills necessary in the completion of a research doctoral degree. This is accomplished through three primary
    means : the foundational research course, mentored research, and the dissertation sequence.
  • Students may elect one of two approaches to research – the humanities approach most commonly employed in biblical scholarship or an empirical approach often employed in the field of education. Students will take a Biblical Research and Writing Course which includes an introduction to empirical research methods at the beginning of the program.
  • Biblical Research & Writing Course: This course is taken in the first semester to orient the student to the research and writing methods which will continue to be developed throughout the duration of the program. The student is also introduced to the cohort learning model and participates in collaborative learning processes. The principles established in this foundational course also feed directly into the educational competency as they model the teaching methods from the pedagogical courses.
  • Mentored Research: All students are assigned a scholar-mentor who will assist them in honing the skill of research. Mentors supervise the student’s research and serve as the chair of the student’s dissertation committee.
  • Biblical Research Dissertation Sequence: The dissertation sequence consists of
  • four stages: Reading & Prospectus, Chapters 1-2, Dissertation Completion, and Dissertation Defense. Building on the foundation laid in the Biblical Research & Writing Course, this core competency furthers the development of the essential knowledge and thinking skills needed to carry out the entire research process, including identification of the research problem, conducting a literature review, designing of research approach, and writing of the dissertation. It also develops the analytical and critical thinking skills needed to evaluate and interpret research findings. This competency culminates with the writing and defense of a research dissertation.
  • Biblical Instruction Dissertation Option: Using an empirical approach to research design, students may elect to study aspects of biblical instruction in the mediated learning environment. Each candidate for the PhD in Biblical Studies Instruction Option must complete a dissertation based on the candidate’s own systematic inquiry into an area of advanced research in academic instruction. The dissertation is intended to demonstrate competency in research design, methodology, and the ability to think critically and make a contribution to the literature in the field of study. Special permission is required from the Dean of the Seminary to pursue this dissertation approach. Students who complete this option will substitute Statistics and Empirical Research Methods in place of the research language requirements BIB 907 and BIB 908.




  • This program requires a minimum of three and a half years of study. Students who enroll in the PhD in Biblical Studies degree program will complete 60 hours of academic study consisting of 40 credit hours of core competency seminars and 20 credit hours of focused, research related study, including comprehensive exams, prospectus preparation, and completion of the dissertation.




“Life-engaged” learners are students who are actively engaged in family, church, and professional life while participating in the doctoral program. While the program is intensive in nature, the time required on campus will not necessitate relocation or require students to leave their current leadership context. This is accomplished through an internet enhanced delivery model. Students can earn a PhD in Biblical Studies in as little as three and a half years without leaving their work or ministry, moving their family, or uprooting their life.



The PhD in Biblical Studies is a cohort-based program. Students will enter the program with a group of 12 to 18 other students. This cohort follows a prescribed sequence of courses together. Because cohort learning involves a group of students who start and finish their degree together, students experience a number of educational advantages. Cohort learning, delivered in a blended manner with both face-to-face and Internet enhanced learning, offers one of the most effective learning opportunities available to the doctoral student. Genuine, rich, and deep relationships will be developed through the course of the program as students support and serve each other in the quest for knowledge. As part of a cohort group, doctoral students will be expected to ground their research in significant and pertinent literature and to share resources with their colleagues in preparation for on-site seminars.




  • This program combines faculty-mediated online interaction with face to-face seminar participation. This model enables students to benefit from both types of interaction while maintaining the highest standards of academic quality. Students participate in online discussions and other learning activities led by both the professor and fellow students. On campus interactions involve open dialogue in face-to-face seminar sessions led by nationally renowned and published faculty members.
  • Using the mediated learning model described above, each course has three learning components.
    • Pre-Seminar Component: During the course weeks prior to each seminar, students complete readings and other pre-seminar assignments. During this component of the course, students are required to participate at least three hours each week in online discussions led by the professor.
    • Face-to-Face Component: Seminars will be conducted at the campus site or at an approved extension site using an accelerated format. Each seminar will consist of 24 hours of face-to-face seminar instruction. Research seminars will engage students in critical reflection with the seminar content.
    • Post-Seminar Component: During the course weeks following the face-to-face component of the seminar, students complete post-seminar readings and research. Students will also participate three hours each week in online discussions led by the professor or students in the cohort.



Core Competency Specializafication Requirement Hrs

Biblical languages ( PhD Theology)




Expert Biblical Exegete( PhD Biblical Studies )

BIB 901 HEBREW (4)

BIB 902 GREECK) (4

BIB 903 OT Backgrounds (4)

BIB 904 NT Backgrounds (4)


BIB 905 OT Exegesis (4)

BIB 906 NT Exegesis (4)

BIB 909 OT Hermeneutics & Theology (4)

BIB 910 NT Hermeneutics & Theology (4)

BIB 911 Cohort Elective 1 (4)

BIB 912 Cohort Elective 2 (4)








Innovator of Education BIB 902 Learning & Teaching: Theory & Practice (4)

BIB 913 Contemporary Instructional Methods & Design (4)


Systematic Theology  (PhD in Divinity)

Christian Leadership

Business Administration

Ministry& Christian Ethics (PhD in Ministry)


Christian Education







BIB 915 Systematic Theology I, II (4)

BIB 916 Leadership& Administration (4)

BIB 917 Business Administration (4)

BIB 918 Christian Ministry (4)

BIB 919 Christian counseling (4)

BIB 920 Christian Education (4)



BIB 921 Dissertation IA: Reading & Prospectus (4)

BIB 922 Dissertation IB: Chapters 1-2 (4)

BIB 923 Dissertation II: Dissertation Completion (4)

BIB 924 Dissertation Defense (4)

BIB 901 Advanced Biblical Research & Writing (4)

BIB 907 Reading French (0)

BIB 908 Reading English (0)

BIB 914 Comprehensive Exam Preparation (0)











  Total Required Credit Hours 92



Content Seminars (40 credits)

Content seminars engage the student in the study and analysis of the pivotal topics in biblical backgrounds, exegesis, hermeneutics and theology, exposition, and pedagogical and androgogical communication skills. Students learn both the skill of biblical research and the skill of teaching adults in the blended and online environments.

Research Language Courses (0 credits)

Proficiency in two modern languages is required for the Ph.D. in Biblical Studies, usually French and English. Doctoral students who have not previously taken French and English must complete noncredit coursework to gain proficiency in reading French and English literature pertinent to biblical studies. These courses are taken during the first two years of the program. A proficiency exam is administered at the end of each course. A grade of B or higher is required for the proficiency exam.


Comprehensive Exams (0 credits)

Four written comprehensive examinations will be given, one in each of the following areas: biblical backgrounds, exegesis, hermeneutics, and theology. Doctoral students must complete the comprehensive examinations successfully before the dissertation prospectus can be approved.

Dissertation Series (20 credits)

The student follows the dissertation courses 915-918 leading to dissertation completion.


BIB 901 Advanced Biblical Research & Writing

This course focuses on original research skills necessary for the development of a PhD dissertation. These skills include collecting empirical data, researching topics in foreign languages, sufficiently detailed documentation, and research methods. Students will complete research assignments in the area of dissertation interest.

BIB 902 Learning & Teaching: Theory & Practice

This course is an examination of major theories of learning and their application to teaching methodology and curriculum design. The course provides an understanding of the role of teaching and learning for the purpose of educating a diverse group of students in biblical studies. Additionally, this course prepares students for teaching in a Christian higher education context.

BIB 903 OT Backgrounds

This course will explore languages, literatures, and cultures of the Ancient Near Eastern civilizations related to the Hebrew Bible. Students will be exposed to Aramaic, Akkadian, and Ugaritic. Ancient inscriptions, contracts, and a variety of religious texts will be read to enhance a student’s understanding of the OT. The impact of archaeological discoveries on current understanding of the OT will be studied.

BIB 904 NT Backgrounds

This course will explore languages, literatures, and cultures of the Intertestamental and New Testament periods. Intertestamental literature, including the Septuagint, will be read to enhance a student’s understanding of the New Testament. A variety of background areas will be studied including, but not limited to:  religion, philosophy, language, economics, and politics. The impact of archaeological discoveries on current understanding of the NT will be studied.

BIB 905 OT Exegesis

Students in this course will develop advanced skills in exegeting the Hebrew Bible. Various passages of the OT will be translated, analyzed, and outlined, both exegetically and homiletically. A research paper related to the student’s dissertation interest will be developed and critiqued by the cohort.

BIB 906 NT Exegesis

Students in this course will develop advanced skills in exegeting the Greek Bible. Various passages of the NT will be translated, analyzed, and outlined, both exegetically and homiletically. A research paper related to the student’s dissertation interest will be developed and critiqued by the cohort.

BIB 907 Reading French

This course will provide the student with a basic ability to read French literature pertinent to biblical studies. The focus will be on reading comprehension. Students will be given a competency exam at the end of the course.

BIB 908 Reading English

This course will provide the student with a basic ability to read English literature pertinent to biblical studies. The focus will be on reading comprehension. Students will be given a competency exam at the end of the course.

BIB 909 OT Hermeneutics & Theology

Students in this course will study advanced topics related to the interpretation of the Hebrew Bible. Topics include, but are not limited to:  Hebrew poetry, wisdom literature, discourse analysis, prophetic literature, and apocalyptic literature. Various aspects of theology will be studied across the genre pastiche. The writing project of this course will integrate the core competencies developed in the program and will be in the area of dissertation interest.

BIB 910 NT Hermeneutics & Theology

Students in this course will study advanced topics related to the interpretation of the Greek Bible. Topics include, but are not limited to:  rhetorical criticism, epistolary literature, parables, Gospels, and apocalyptic. Various aspects of theology will be studied across the genre palette. The writing project of this course will integrate the core competencies developed in the program and will be in the area of dissertation interest.

BIB 911 Cohort Elective 1

With the guidance of the director of the PhD in Biblical Studies program, each cohort will select a subject for in-depth study which matches the needs and interests of the cohort. Possible topics include but are not limited to, church history, specific theological studies, Hebrew poetry, and textual criticism.

BIB 912 Cohort Elective 2

With the guidance of the director of the PhD in Biblical Studies program, the cohort will select a second subject for in-depth study. The course will match the needs and interests of the cohort.

BIB 913 Contemporary Instructional Methods &


This course focuses on the methodology of constructing courses for adult learners in online and blended formats. Students will explore the relationship between technology, research, learning, and teaching and will learn how to teach effectively in online and mediated environments. This course prepares students to apply these methods in a Christian higher education context.

BIB 914 Comprehensive Exam Preparations

Completion of this course is required prior to taking the comprehensive exams. Written comprehensive examinations will cover the areas of Bible backgrounds, exegesis, hermeneutics, and theology. Doctoral students must complete the comprehensive examinations successfully before the dissertation topic can be approved and research can begin. Course content from the PhD in Biblical Studies is studied in a collaborative manner with the goal being comprehensive review.

BIB 915 Dissertation IA: Reading & Prospectus

Under the guidance of the faculty mentor, students will choose a dissertation topic and develop a prospectus which presents the student’s research questions and strategy. After developing the prospectus, students will defend it in an open hearing. If the prospectus is approved, the student may proceed to Dissertation IB.

BIB 916 Dissertation IB: Chapters 1-2

After securing topic approval in Dissertation IA, students in Dissertation IB will focus on developing the first two chapters of the dissertation with oversight from the faculty mentor. Once the first two chapters have been approved by the Dissertation Committee, the student may proceed to Dissertation II: Completion.

BIB 917 Dissertation II: Completion

In Dissertation II: Completion, the student continues to write the final dissertation chapters with oversight and feedback from the Dissertation Committee. Dissertation II may be taken more than once. Students must be continually enrolled in Dissertation II until their dissertation is complete.

BIB 918 Dissertation Defense

After completion, the PhD student defends the final dissertation in an open hearing. Once the Dissertation Committee has approved the dissertation, the student is recommended for graduation.

BIB 919 Empirical Research & Statistics

Critical thinking and reflection processes are explored and are applied to research evaluation and interpretation using basic statistical concepts. Students develop the knowledge, skills, and disposition for critical inquiry and research development, preparation, analysis, interpretation, and evaluation.





  • Completion of each step listed under the Application Process.
  • Applicants must submit with the application a personal testimony of faith in Jesus Christ, describing their personal spiritual journey.
  • Preferred applicants will be those engaged in a teaching or ministry role or those applicants who show exceptional promise for such a role in the future.
  • Applicants must hold an earned and accredited master’s degree in an appropriate and related field, with coursework equivalent to either a Master of Divinity or a Theological and Biblical master’s degrees with a thesis. Students who have other Master’s degrees may appeal this requirement to the Program Director.
  • Applicant’s transcripts must reflect a background in biblical studies, theology, biblical language, divinity and ministry studies. Those applicants who have not completed sufficient coursework in biblical, biblical language, theological, divinity and ministry studies will be required to complete “leveling” work to prepare the applicant for the biblical and theological component of the program.
  • Applicants must submit a writing sample of 15 pages or longer. The sample must be written at the master’s level on a biblical or theological topic.
  • Applicants with a Th.M. degree may apply for Advanced Standing. Students who are admitted and approved for Advanced Standing may be exempted from up to three courses. The exact number and type of courses for exemption are selected by the committee based on the specific details of the student’s educational background. For some students, it may be possible to complete the program with 48 hours of coursework instead of the standard 60 hours.
  • Applicants must hold a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.25 in previous master’s level work. Students may appeal this requirement to the Program Director
  • The student must obtain employer permission to enter the program. An Employer Permission form must be on file as part of the application process.
  • Applicants with deficiencies in required areas may appeal to the Program Director. The Program Director and the Admissions Committee will review the application and may admit the student on a provisional basis. Students admitted on a provisional basis must meet the requirements set forth by the Program Director and the Admissions Committee in the time allotted in order to remain in the program.


In order to complete an application to the PhD in Biblical Studies program, the applicant will need to complete the following six tasks:

  • Complete the PhD Program Application online.
  • Pay the $70 non-refundable application fee through RWBC bank account
  • Submit additional documents:
    • Official transcripts from all degree granting post-secondary schools attended
    • Five Confidential Reference Forms (two academic, two character, one pastor)
    • Employer Approval Form
    • Personal Testimony
    • 15-page sample paper


  • Create a Personal Vita

Students must submit a personal vita. This vita should include, in the following order:

  • A brief description of previous academic studies
  • A brief description of rationale and goals for pursuing research doctoral studies
  • A brief description of areas of research which the student might be interested in exploring during doctoral studies
  • A list of writings the student has had published, if any
  • A detailed description of current occupational responsibilities
  • A detailed listing of previous ministry and/or experiences indicating the significant tasks and leadership responsibilities, if any
  • Interview and Field Essay

All students must come to the Greenbelt site for an admissions interview. While there, students will be asked to write a field essay on a topic related to biblical/theological studies. Students must bring a laptop computer to use to produce the essay.


Applicants will be notified of the admissions decision within four weeks after all application materials are received. Five decisions are possible.

  • Full Acceptance—The student is fully accepted with no deficiencies or leveling requirements.
  • Accepted with Deficiencies—The student is accepted into the program with admission deficiencies identified. The program director will oversee the implementation of a remedial plan towards full acceptance.
  • Accepted on Review Status—The student is admitted pending further review. This may be because a part of the student’s application was incomplete (a score for a test was not received in time) or because the applicant did not meet one of the admissions requirements.
  • Delay—The student may receive an application delay. This may be due to the program being filled, a change in the student’s life situation, or an event preventing the student from attending the first program session. Delayed status students will not have to reapply to the program but must pay the program down-payment fee.
  • Declined—The student who is declined will be notified by mail or email. Specific reasons for the decline are not provided.



In order to graduate with the PhD in Biblical Studies degree, the student must have fulfilled all of the following:

  • Complete all course work with B grade or above in all seminars.
  • Pass the comprehensive exams.
  • Successfully write and defend the dissertation prospectus.
  • Successfully write and defend the dissertation.
  • Submit the completed dissertation for publication and binding.
  • Fulfill all financial obligations to RWU Complete the program within the statute of limitations period as identified in RWU Catalogue 2020
  • Adhere to biblical standards and ethics in living one’s lifestyle.
  • Participate in the graduation and capping ceremony.


Note: Doctorate Applicants who hold master degrees apart from Theological and biblical studies, pass through one year intensive program of Theology which help them to conduct their research on doctorate level.



Registration fee: $70

Tuition fee: $3000

Duration 3 to 4 years


Continuation and intensive course  program course fees are not included in the cost.


The ecclesiastical honorary degree is given to: a pastor, evangelist, minister, a Christian leader, private business owner or a public servant who have made significant contribution in the extension of God’s Kingdom.

These are the requirements to obtain the honorary doctorate:


  • Must be at least 35 years old.
  • Must have a High School Diploma and Bachelor degree
  • Send copies of all of degrees, credentials, licenses, or other documentation.
  • Send a recent photo.
  • Write two pages statement listing your qualifications and why you believe you should be awarded an Honorary Doctorate Degree.
  • Produce substantial evidence that you are a licensed and ordained Minister of the Gospel or have been working in a given institution.
  • Verify that you have had at least 15 or more years of ministerial experience.
  • Prepare or present a typed five pages summary or resume of your work for the Lord.
  • Secure the endorsements of three other ordained Ministers or other prominent Church leaders.
  • Prepare 50 pages Essay/Research Paper on a topic chosen by the Dean of Administration or an approved topic chosen by the degree candidate.
  • Complete and pass a 100 question Bible Knowledge Equivalency Exam.
  • There is a $100.00 Administration Fee that must be submitted before the Honorary Degree process can begin.
  • The donation for the Honorary Doctorate Degree is $ 800. There are no payment plans available for this degree. The suggested donation amount along with the $100.00 administration fee must be paid in full before the degree can be conferred or received.
  • Payment can be made by, Western Union, MoneyGram, PayPal, Cast deposit on the Bank Account.
  • Documented work/ Essay/Research Paper must be double-spaced and typed in 12 point font.
  • The student must be able to clearly explain the documented work/ the thesis of the essay, summarize its argument, and discuss its contribution to the topic of the essay/research paper.

This is not an earned degree and we do not want it to be mistaken as one. If you would like to receive an earned doctorate you may enrol in our earned doctorate degree program.

Please specify which Honorary Degree you are applying for. You may forward the required

information via email to or  for review and approval.

- When submitting the honorary request you must comply with the Honorary Doctorate


Please do not contact us if you do not meet the qualifications or if you are not ready

to make the required financial contribution to receive this degree.

No refunds will be given for donations made toward the Honorary Doctorate Degree.


Registrar office: ;Tel:+250789179092.

Payment Options

The program tuition and fees includes academic fees and tuition charges. Tuition will not rise during the duration of your program. Additional expenses not included are books, software purchased by the student, housing, meals, travel, transcript fees, dissertation binding expense, and continuation fees. Students may elect a payment plan.

Payment for program in full, prior to start of program (5% discount)

Payments by Term: Payments are due two weeks prior to the start of each term.

Payments by Month: Duration of payment plan is based on length of program. Final payment is due the month of expected graduation. First payment is due the month prior to the start of your first class, remaining payments are due 5th or 20th of each month; the student may select the date).

A deposit of $70 is due upon acceptance into the program. The deposit is non-refundable and serves to hold the student’s seat in this limited enrollment program.

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