Bachelor of Theology (Th. B.) Program

Admission Requirement
Applicants who wish to apply to the program must be:

  • A committed, born-again Christian
  • A mature and healthy Christian in both mind and spirit
  • Missionary minded
  • At least 20 years of age
  • A member of an evangelical Protestant church
  • A high school graduate or holding the Bible Studies Certificate

Graduation Requirement
Each student in the Bachelor of Theology program must complete a total 120 credit hours of required courses in order to qualify for graduation from WMCGW including 36 credits of the General Education Requirement.

Educational Objectives

The Bachelor of Theology program designed to promote students’ growth towards personal maturity and professional ministry competence.  The objectives of the program are accomplished through classroom instruction, the modeling of professors, the practice of ministry through the Practical Missions activities, chapel services, and student organizations.  The completion of an essay on a concerned field of study may be required.  

Foundational Studies

The Bachelor of Theology program seeks to guide students to understand and interpret the Christian faith in the light of its Biblical, missiological, theological, and historical dimensions as well as utilize insights gained from these disciplines for the effective practice of ministry in the church, community and the world.

Essential Skills for Ministry

The Bachelor of Theology program seeks to guide students to understand, develop, and utilize the essential skills for ministry.  Its aim is to build effective performance of pastoral and missionary leadership roles in the church or in the mission field, including preaching, teaching, worship leadership, pastoral leadership, pastoral ministry, personal counseling, evangelism, missions, and community activities. 

Personal Growth and Professional Development

The Bachelor of Theology program seeks to guide students to develop lifelong patterns of continuing personal spiritual growth and professional development.