BTh (Bachelor of Theology)
About the programme
The BTh degree is a three-year programme, which trains students particularly as youth workers, service workers, counsellors and community workers.
Why study this programme?
- Teaching and training, like research, are approached scientifically with Christian reformed theology as point of departure.
- Theoretical work is complemented by a practical, community-oriented accent on social issues like HIV/aids, poverty, violence, human dignity, ecology and justice.
- The programme includes modules on the subjects Old Testament, New Testament, Systematic Theology, Ecclesiology, Practical Theology and Missiology. See the curriculum in the Faculty's Calendar.
- Students may choose to specialise in Youth Work. See the curriculum for specialisation in Youth Work in our Faculty's Calendar.
- The programme is also offered as an extended degree programme. The modules of the first year are then spread over two years. See admission requirements below.
If you are interested in studying further, see our postgraduate programmes.
- Write the National Benchmark Tests AQL
- National Senior Certificate (NSC) aggregate of at least 60% (excluding Life Orientation)
Students obtaining an NSC aggregate of at least 55%, but less than 60%, may be considered for the extended degree programme (EDP) after an interview with the Dean or his/her representative.
Applicants who wrote Grade 12 in 2008 or earlier may contact the Client Services Centre on 021 808 9111 to obtain the relevant admission requirements.
For further information on admission and undergraduate enrolment, see our Calendar.