WATS has several specialized Graduate programs. Regular Master programs are operated on a modular system, with modules requiring two weeks of class lectures followed by one or two weeks of independent study. Lectures start 9am – 4pm, Tuesdays – Fridays.

Master of Divinity (MDiv).

 A three-year degree graduating church leaders, pastors, evangelists, or missionaries as highly competent and skilled counselors, church administrators, Christian educators and effective church leaders.  The requirements include a valid first degree.

Master of Arts in Biblical Studies (MABS).

A two-year degree producing Bible scholars competent in biblical theology, sound exegesis and good teaching skills.  You must hold a Bachelor’s degree in religion or theology with a second class pass from any recognized university or theological college that is either affiliated with a Nigerian university at the degree level or accredited by recognized accrediting bodies.

Master of Arts in Christian Leadership (MACL).

A 60-credit-hour degree exclusively for Episcopal level leadership.  You must be a Bishop or General Overseer of a sizeable church before you can apply for admission.

Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies (MAIS). 

A two-year degree designed for the training of denominational mission leaders, missionaries, pastors and church leaders focusing primarily on the evangelization of Muslims and the discipling of Muslim Background Believers (MBBs).  A valid first degree is required for admission.

 Master of Arts in Christian Education (MACE)

A two-year degree designed for the training of potential leaders to serve effectively in Christian education. Graduates will be equipped to serve in church education ministries, teach educational/theological courses in theological institutions, and teach Christian Religious Education in government schools.  A valid first degree is required for admission.

Procedure for Graduate Admission

  1. Purchase and complete application forms
  2. Provide official transcript and certificates of previous academic undergraduate study
  3. Provide recommendation and reference letter
  4. Write a biographical essay (not less than 500 words) on their lives before and after conversion and their call to ministry.
  5. Attend and pass oral interview.

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