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16 weeks (4-months)


$200 (₦76,000)


$15 (₦4,000) - Nonrefundable


Bachelor Degree in Christian Ministry (BCM), educates students for the practice of ministry within a challenging and diverse global community. This degree provides a strong foundation in Biblical and theological studies, enabling students to develop a well-grounded, Christ-centered ministry approach. Students who are pursuing a ministry vocation or are already engaged in ministry will find their work enriched through this degree.

This program is the most flexible in that it makes room for the most electives compared to MOMBI’s other degree programs.


♦ CMI3201-B Introduction to the Old Testament
♦ CMI3202-B Introduction to the New Testament
♦ CMI2041-C Introduction to the Ministry
♦ CMI3206-B Biblical Interpretation
♦ CMI3216-C Missions in the 21st Century
♦ CMI3226-B Understanding the Bible
♦ CMI3216-B Bible Study Methods
♦ CMI2207-C Church Leadership & Administration
♦ CMI3227-B New Testament Exegesis
♦ CMI3246-B Biblical Language
♦ CMI4216-R Spiritual Formation
♦ CMI4162-R Christian Doctrines

♦ Special subject (proposed by the student, approved by the Supervisory Committee)

Program Credits: 52


♦ CMI2131-C Christian Counseling

♦ CMI2231-C Church history

♦ CMI4041-R Theology

♦ CMI4116-R Theology of Mission

♦ CMI4206-R Homiletics

♦ CMI4041-R Biblical Interpretation

♦ CMI3206-B Jesus and the Gospels

► provide an in-depth Biblical foundation to supply the values, knowledge and skills needed to effectively serve in church ministry
► demonstrate a good understanding of theological and Biblical interpretation
► provide foundational knowledge of the major prophetic disciplines of Christian ministry
► explore the Christian prophetic doctrine and how it developed
► formulate essential principles and ethics of Christianity
► formulate essential principles of the prophetic ministry
► provide the basic prophetic competence required for effective ministry in the Christian community
► develop initial skills for prophetic ministry
► achieve personal growth in the prophetic ministry through the integration of theory and practice
► understand how to discern the voice of God and know when God speaks
► understand Spiritual gifts as applied to the office of a Prophet
► learn the rules that judge prophecy and identify signs of error
► understand the theology of dreams and dream interpretation

♦  Applicants should have graduated from an accredited secondary school or hold a high school equivalency certificate.
♦  Autobiographical Statement (300 words)
♦  Submit your College Transcripts (if applicable)
♦  One copy of a recent photograph (passport size) in addition to the one affixed to the student profile page.
♦  Acceptable forms of identification: e.g., Valid National ID, Driver's License, or International Passport.