Goal: To educate full-fledged agents of social transformation
At the end of the course students will be able to :
= Participate in projects for integral human development
= Animate and accompany groups / communities
= Run awareness raising activities
= Facilitate popular / civic education activities
= Integrate social ministry in their own profession
= Professionally use the methodology of the Pastoral Cycle
= Integrate their developmental and ministerial skills, their profession, and their spirituality within the methodology of the Pastoral Cycle
= Organize communities
= Design and rum small-scale socio-economic projects and justice & peace projects
The Award of Bachelors of Arts in Social Ministry in Mission (Sciences and Praxis of Human Development) is given by the Catholic University of Eastern Africa to students who satisfy the following requirements:
- An accumulated 133 credits of successful coursework
- Completion, submission and successful defense of an Integrated Research Paper
For admission to the Institute of Social Ministry in Mission candidates must:
- Have completed their secondary school education and obtained a minimum mean grade of C+ (or equivalent University entry requirements in other countries); consideration is given for experience and other qualification to make up for lower grade.
- Have at least two years of professional training, or two years of experience in social issues.
- Be recommended by an appropriate religious superior (in case of the religious), or other persons/authority to vouch for them.
- Produce proof of English competency for tertiary level studies at Tangaza College. The normally accepted evidence of having attained the level of English required is: City & Guilds Pitman English qualification in B2 Communicator: CEF.
- Be computer literate