There are good reasons to take Bible courses even if you are not pursuing a degree.

Deepen your relationship with Jesus.
Solidify your faith with solid Biblical grounding.
Equip yourself to serve in a particular area of your local church.
Sharpen ministry skills.
Study a topic of interest.
Becoming a personal enrichment student (PES) is a simple process. There are just a few things of which you’ll want to be aware.

First, Taking courses for credit requires that you do all the assigned work and receive a grade for the course. A personal enrichment student (PES) course is considered a regular participant in the program, except that there is no requirement to turn in written assignments or take Institutional Challenge Exam (ICE).

Further more, as a personal enrichment student (PES) you may register for courses online using the student account page. 


Subject Area

BTH 121 - Systematic Theology 1
This course begins an introduction to Systematic Theology, starting with Bibliology and Basic Theology. It defines the concept of theology on a basic level and gives an overall view of the nature of God and the works of God. It will discuss the Essence of God and His attributes, The Trinity, Creation and God’s Sovereignty.

BTH 231 - Systematic Theology 2
This course is a continuation of Systematic Theology I. It is a study of Ecclesiology, Eschatology, Harmartology and Soteriology. Its topics include: Man’s origin, Man’s fall and sin, Christ, his plan and purpose, and angel’s lives and classifications.

BTH 341 - Spiritual Warfare 1
This course gives an overall introduction to the need and art of spiritual warfare. It defines occult words and explains how to identify strongholds and demonic spirits. It gives informative information on how to take control of your own life and use the Word of God to tear down the strongholds in the lives of others.

BTH 343 - Systematic Theology 3
This course deals with Harmartology (Sin), Soteriology (Salvation), and Ecclesiology (The Church), and Eschatology (The End Times). Each subject is discussed in detail giving the Bible Student a well balanced prospective on Bible Theology.
GBTH 640 - Covenants
This course discusses all of the Old Testament Covenants and how the culminate in the Messianic Covenant and have viable information for us in today’s society. The true biblical definition of the word “covenant” is discussed and how it relates to our modern world today. It also compares the word covenant from both the Old and New Testament perspective. 

BTH 106 - Bible Doctrines
This course is an introduction to all basic biblical doctrines. It will give an overview and discuss the rudimentary doctrines of different denominations and it lays the foundation for the student who wishes to study extensive Bible Theology. These doctrines include: The Bible, Repentance, and Benefits of the Cross, Baptism of the Holy Spirit, and Praise and Worship.

BOT 130 - OT Men and Women of Faith
This course is a study of the men and women of the Old Testament who were outstanding in their faith. Their lives can be seen as examples for us in our walk as Believers today. Some of the characters included in the commentary are: Adam, Abraham, Moses, Ruth and Esther.

BOT 215 - Generic Epistles
This course is a basic study of the General Epistles which includes James, I and II Peter, I, II, III John and Jude. Each book gives a somewhat detailed account of the writer and his intent for writing the book. Each chapter begins with an overview of the book in the form of a survey and then outlines and highlights the progression and order of each book. Finally, the main thrust of each book is discussed.

BPA 140 - Preparation for Ministry 1
This course gives comprehensive details on the spirit, function and service of the Armor-bearer as seen by the biblical perspective of the Old and New Testaments. It also entails the attitudes necessary for true Christian service. Those attitudes include: The Mind of Christ, Singleness of Heart, Functions of the Servant and Becoming Principled People.


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.

► Special subject (proposed by the student, approved by the Supervisory Committee), (Special subject  can be submitted After you have been admitted into the program, within 30 days therein.)


TIME TO COMPLETE: 4 Weeks or less


At MOMBI. We lay a Strong emphasis on writing, rather than questions and answers Examination (which is what many students are looking for). Your grades are earned entirely from writing a review on a selected courses module after a lot of reading, thinking, explaining, and writing. Many of the writing are word for word from the coursework. Student get more out of writing rather than questions and answers.



How much does it cost to complete Personal Enrichment program from application to graduation?

Total Cost: $120  

Explanation of Costs

Tuition—$120. This is the charge for teaching and instruction.
*Tuition and costs are subject to change without notice.