SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

Participants: Experienced ministers of gospel and graduating participants in our Bachelor of Theology degree program.

Aims: To equip participants with management skills and tools to lead their various organizations with excellence and good ethics.

Attendance: Every student must physically attend class, complete all assignments and make presentation of a reformer of choice at class gathering with aids of PowerPoint and other prop ups.

Units: Yearly 60 ECTS units per session (30 units per semester) plus additional 10 ECT Units in Final Project.
Additional units: Kick off attendance (5) + Group work and presentation (5) personal work and presentation (5)

Composary: To write final project (BST333). This is a 10 unit project to be done by all students / participants.

 

Semester 1

SPECIALIZATION

Semester 2

GRADUATION

Tool Kit Part1:


Class Courses (Major)
1. Christology                         (BST 310)
2. Soteriology                         (BST 320)
3. Christian Anthropology      (BST 330)
4. Hamartiology                      (BST 340)
5. Angelology & Demonology  (BST 360)

6. Eschatology                        (BST 370)

 

Specialization
7. Academic Research Project (BST 333)

* BST 333 - an academic research project by which students demonstrate their competence and ability to co-ordinate the concepts and ideas they have assimilated during their three years of study begins in this semester. Every student writes on her or his area of interest, specialization and expertise.

 

Course connection to program objectives:
This semester completes the preparation of participants for excellent service to their Church and their entire society.

Reference, literature and links (Semester 1):
• Solomon Osoko, Fellowship - The Powerlink to Dominion(Solomon Osoko, Switzerland 2011).

• Carson, D. A. (ed.), The Church in the Bible and in the World (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1987)
• Dayton, D. W., Theological Roots of Pentecostalism (Peabody: Hendrickson, 1987)
• Grudem, W., Systematic Theology (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1994)
• Horton, S. M. (ed.), Systematic Theology (Rev. edn, Springfield: Logion, 1995)
• McGrath, A., Christian Theology: An Introduction (Oxford: Blackwell, 1994)
• McGrath, A., An Introduction to Christianity (Oxford: Blackwell, 1997)
•  McIntyre, J., E. W. Kenyon: The True Story (Orlando: Creation House, 1997)
• Pink, A. W., The Doctrine of Sanctification (Fearn: Christian Focus, 1998)
• Pinnock, C., et al, The Openness of God (Carlisle: Paternoster, 1994)

• Barry Cushway & Derek Lodge, Organizational Behaviour & Design (Fast Track MBA Series), PriceWaterhouseCoopers, London. 1999

• Donald Waters, Operations Management (Fast Track MBA Series), PriceWaterhouseCoopers, London. 1999

•  John Kind, Accounting and Finance for Managers (Fast Track MBA Series), PriceWaterhouseCoopers, London. 1999

Tool Kit Part2:


Class Courses (Major)
1. Managerial Decision Making                     (BSM 424)

2. Collective Bargaining                               (BSM 450)

3. Business Policy & Strategy                      (BSM 460)

4. International Project Management         (BSM 470)

5. CRM & Client Satisfaction                       (BSM 490)

 

 

Specialization Field (Select two)

6. The Apostolic Ministry                             (BST 401)

7. The Pastoral Ministry                              (BST 410)

8. Missiology (Mission & Missionary)           (BST 430)

9. The Prophetic Ministry in the 21st Century (BST 440)

* BST 333 is completed and submitted in this final semester. Adequate time must be dedicated to this project.

 

 

Course connection to program objectives:
This semester focuses on core area of theology and management. This is the icing over the B.Theo program
.

 

​Reference, literature and links (Semester 2):
• Solomon Osoko, More Than Conquerors- Victory Over Satan (Solomon Osoko, Switzerland 2011).

• Sunday Adelaja, Pastoring without tears (Sunday Adelaja, Kiev 2004).

​• Thomas, J. C., The Devil, Disease and Deliverance (Sheffield: SAP, 1998)
• Warrington, K., Pentecostal Theology: A theology of encounter (London: T&T Clark, 2008)
• Hoekema, Anthony A., The Bible and the Future (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1979)
• Horrobin, P., Healing Through Deliverance. 2:The Practical Ministry (Tonbridge: Sovereign World, 1995)
• Kenneth E. Haggin: Bible Healing Study Course (Rhema Bible Church, USA. 1999)
• Kenyon, E. W., What Happened from the Cross to the Throne (13th edn, USA: Kenyon’s Gospel Publishing Society, 1969)
• Lewis, C. S., The Problem of Pain (London: Bles, 1940)
• McConnell, D., The Promise of Health and Wealth (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1990)

• Kendrick, Tom, The Project Management Tool Kit (Tom Kendrick- USA, 2004)

• Henry W. Lane, Joseph J. DiStefano and Martha L. Maznevski: International Management Behavior (Blackwell Publishers Ltd. Oxford, UK & Massachusetts USA).

• Bob de Wit & Ron Meyer,  Strategy: Process, Content, Context, Int. Thomson Business Press - London 1999.

• Eugene McKenna & NIC Beech, Human Resource Management, Prentice Hall Europe. 1995

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