Doctor of Philosophy in Religious Studies (PhD)
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Religious Studies' main purpose is to help the student develop the skills to do philosophy from a Christian worldview. The skills necessary for the craft of philosophy will be developed by equipping the student to think critically, conduct high-level philosophical research, and interact with the broader philosophical community.
Doctor of Philosophy in Religious Studies
Students wanting to enter the 36-credit Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Religious Studies program must have completed a Doctor of Ministry Degree or an equivalent of 196 credit hours.
Multiple Options Available
R11,020 x 2
R5,510 x 4
R1950 x 12
Dominion Bible School does not have a prescribed academic year. Students may apply and commence their studies at any time of the year.
|The Philosophy of Christian Ministry
|The Philosophy of Christian Faith
|The Philosophy of Christian Counseling
|The Philosophy of Christian Leadership
|The Philosophy of Christian Education
|The Philosophy of Christian Morality
- Constructively defend research outcomes.
- Carry out and present original work of research in their discipline.
- Communicate the major tenets of their field and their work orally and in writing for students, peers, and supervising professors.
- Explain and identify open problems and areas needing development in their fields.
- Communicate effectively within diverse contexts.
- Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge in and a general mastery of their major area of specialization.
- Contribute to the body of knowledge in the field through research and publications.
- Demonstrate a capacity to produce original, publication-worthy research and writing that contributes to the knowledge and advancement of the field.
- Relate sophisticated philosophical material acquired during the program for use in the local church and popular culture.
- Learn the importance of professional learned societies and how to submit papers to conferences and professional meetings.
- Become familiar with the world of academic publishing.
- Minister effectively in academic, local church, and parachurch settings with a spirit of graciousness and humility, standing for truth and fostering community with those to whom the student ministers.
- Construct coherent arguments and articulate ideas clearly to a range of audiences, formally and informally through a variety of techniques.