1. UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS
The School of Theology of Tangaza College offers courses leading to the following awards:
- STB: Ecclesiastical Degree of Baccalaureate in Theology (Catholic University of Eastern Africa)
- BATh: Bachelor of Arts in Theology (Civil Degree) (Catholic University of Eastern Africa)
- Four-Year Diploma in Theology (Internal Diploma, valid for ordination)
The aims of these programs are:
- To introduce the students to the systematic study of Catholic doctrine, according to the scientific method proper to theology;
- To help the students deepen their own living faith so that they can share it more effectively with others in the building up of a true Christian community;
- To provide the students with the knowledge necessary for effective reflection on the life situation and ever-changing pastoral needs of the local Church
It also offers the possibility of other academic programs for people interested in a good theological or philosophical formation:
- Two-Year Diploma in Theology
- One-Year Certificate in Theology
- One-year Certificate in Philosophy (for students without previous studies, who would like to proceed to do a Degree in theology).
2. POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMS
Tangaza School of Theology offers two Masters Degrees through an affiliation with Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, USA:
- MATh: Master of Arts in Theology (Duquesne University)
- MPM: Master in Pastoral Ministry (Duquesne University)
The School of Theology is in the process of establishing an aggregation with Urbanian University in Rome, in view of a Second Cycle of ecclesiastical theological studies for a Licentiate in Sacred Theology.
This program has the following goals:
- To initiate and train students in scientific methods of research and the appropriate use of theological sources.
- To prepare students to teach theology in Seminaries and/or undertake doctoral studies in theology.
- To help students to develop theological symbols for the process of incarnating the Christian message in the African context.
- To facilitate a sustained study and reflection on the mission and ministry of religious that is both deeply theological and effectively pastoral.