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What we learn from Master of Arts In Missiology?

The M.A. (Missiological Studies) provides you with specialized knowledge and skills to engage, encourage, and support people from another culture with the gospel of Jesus Christ. It prepares you for life and work in a multicultural world.

The MA in Missiology has been designed to assist pastors and other ministry workers in developing expertise in the area of Missiology. With the challenges brought about by localband global changes and transformations on the continent, mission now requires specialized training. Missiology is a field that focuses on the history, theology and social implications of Christian missionary efforts.

Missiology is primarily available as a graduate level program, but some schools offer it at the undergraduate level as a specialization within another program, such as international studies. Through this degree program, you’d explore the social sciences, religion and history, and complete a missions experience in a cross-cultural setting. The missiology aspect of the program includes studies in leadership, the Bible, evangelism and the history of missions.

Objectives:
This program will equip you to:-

1.Apply biblical principles and models for participating in the global mission of God
2.Develop twenty-first-century strategies for participating in the global mission of God
3.Conduct informed cultural analysis and population segment research

Opportunities:
Potential ministry opportunities for program graduates include:

• Serving as a member of a missionary team in a cross-cultural context
• Serving as an ethnic outreach coordinator
• Serving as a mobilizer for a mission agency
• Serving as an international student worker
• Working as a member of a non-governmental organization (NGO)

Admissions Requirements

1. Men or Women aged 18 and above.
2. Single or married.
3. Approval of SRP / PMR / SPM / STPM or STP, basic discipleship, Evangelical Movement Training Center (PLGP) or BTS / Diploma / Bachelor / Master alumni.

Candidates who do not meet the above requirements will be considered case-by-case basis.

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