Bachelor of Theology (BTh)

Qualifications

  1. One of the following qualifications is required for entering the Degree programme:
    Six (6) Senior Secondary or High School Certificate Examination (SSCE/SHSCE) passes (3 Core subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Social Studies/Science and 3 electives) with an aggregate of 24 or better;
  2. Three “A” Level passes and Six (6) “O’ Level credits (including English and Mathematics) or its equivalent with an aggregate of 36 or better.
  3. Successful Diploma in Theology candidates from an accredited institution with a Final Grade Point Average (FGPA) aggregate of 3.0 or higher can embark on a 2-year Bachelor of Theology programme.

International Students

International students must satisfy the above requirements or their equivalents and where examinations may be waived, special interviews will be conducted for them before being admitted in the Seminary.

Application Process

Application forms will be available throughout the year. All who qualify will have to obtain application forms from the Office of the Academic Dean of the Seminary and submit the completed forms to the same office on or before March 31 of each year.

 

Fees and Scholarships

The sponsoring churches are responsible for their students whom they bring for training; however these students pay User fees and other fees which are determined by the Seminary and revised as may be necessary. All other regular students pay for tuition, User fees and other fees as may be determined by the Seminary.

This February

School Re-Opens Fri. 1st Feb
Lectures Begin Mon. 4th Feb
Human Resource Committee Meeting Wed. 6th Feb
Trinity Rally Sun. 17th Feb
Finance & Dev. Committee Meeting Wed. 13th Feb
Senate Meeting Wed. 20th Feb
SRC Week Mon. 25th Feb - Fri. 1st March
Governing Council Wed. 27th Feb

Locate Us

Trinity Theological Seminary

No. 7, Trinity Avenue, East Legon.

Accra, Ghana

P. O. Box LG 48 Accra

Accreditation

The Seminary has progressed from being a semi-autonomous Institution affiliated to the University of Ghana, Legon, to being an Institution fully accredited by the National Accreditation Board of the Ministry of Education and subsequently granted a Presidential Charter to award its own degrees, diplomas and certificates.