The M.Div. offers an innovative and distinctive approach to the theological curriculum which aims at an integrative, holistic approach to theological study.
The study of at least one biblical language (either Greek or Hebrew) is required for all students.
The MDiv is a primary path to ordination for candidates with degrees in areas other than theology. The course offers in-depth study in a range of areas, and a distinctive emphasis on integrative studies.
► Experience holistic formation with emphasis on Christ-like character and spiritual vitality.
► Develop competence in biblical literacy and interpretation, the history of Christianity and theological reflection from a Renewal perspective.
► Prepare for Christ-centered leadership in the education, training and development of communities served.
► Enhance their global competence for balanced understanding, practice and participation in diverse contemporary contexts of life.
► Advance their proficiency in the content, theory and practice of ministerial leadership.
► Advance their proficiency in a specialized area of theological studies.
♦ Applicants to the M.Div. program should have achieved a high level of intellectual, social, and religious maturity.
♦ Previous Educational Experience
♦ Applicants should possess intellectual inquisitiveness and imagination, and the ability to communicate effectively in speech and in writing. Consequently, applicants are required to must have completed one of our bachelor’s degree programs or its equivalent from any other recognized institutions. Give evidence of a bachelor’s degree gained with average grades from any other recognized institutions, or an equivalent degree.
♦ A completed Application form.
♦ Autobiographical Statement (300 words)
♦ An official transcript of the course/s completed, 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.
► Applicants meeting MOMBI’s admissions requirements are considered without regard to race, gender, or disability.