Biblical in perspective
Pentecostal in orientation
Missional in emphasis
Contextual in application
Scholarly in practice
PhD in Theological Studies
DMin in Theological Studies
PhD in Educational Leadership
DMin in Organizational Leadership
Lomé, Togo (Main campus) - offers all programs
Dodoma, Tanzania - offers DMin in Organizational Leadership
Enugu, Nigeria - offers PhD or DMin in Theological Studies
NEXT COHORT START DATE:
2020 for all campuses
Applicant must be a born-again member of a church that aligns with the PAThS doctrinal statement.
Applicant must be filled with the Holy Spirit according to Acts 2:4.
Applicant must give testimony of the call of God on his or her life, and commitment to full-time ministry.
Applicant should have a minimum of ten years’ ministry experience.
Applicant must currently be in a position of full-time ministry.
Cumulative GPA from master’s-level work must be 3.5 or higher for PhD admission; 3.2 or higher for DMin admission
English language proficiency, as this is the language of instruction
PhD in Theological Studies requires 2 years of Greek language study prior to entry; we offer these courses in July and November-December in Lome, Togo the year prior to entry.
PhD in Educational Leadership requires the following Global University education courses (or their equivalent) prior to entry: EDU 6203, Educational Psychology; EDU 5023, Educational Measurement; EDU 6073, Teaching Strategies: Facilitating Adult Education; and EDU 5063, Curriculum and Instructional Design). Applicants may take these courses from their regional GU extension and must forward the transcripts to PAThS prior to entry.
To complete your application, please submit the following materials:
$75 non-refundable application fee
Complete official MA transcripts
Complete official BA transcripts
Application form, including 2 essay questions (may be completed online below)
Personal reference form
Church reference form
Health history form
Recent passport photo
Digital copy of one of the applicant’s MA papers for faculty evaluation (must reflect their ability to research and write on a scholarly level; must be their own original work; may be a final course paper or the literature review portion of their MA thesis, if applicable; approx. 20 pages; must include a bibliography; if written in French, the applicant must personally translate to English)
Once all the items listed above have been received and the applicant’s file is complete, it will be submitted to the Admissions Committee for consideration. Upon a favorable review by the Admissions Committee, the applicant will be contacted to schedule an admission interview, which is the final stage in the admission process.