Doctor of Theology
Curriculum Overview of the Doctor of Theology Degree Program
The Doctor of Theology is designed to cultivate scholarly knowledge and enable the doctoral candidate to gain a deeper understanding of theology from a doctoral standpoint. Our graduate degree programs reflect a method pioneered over 170 years ago by the University of London. Well known for their literary skills and disciplined approach, British educators have established a reputation that is modeled worldwide. At Chaplains College, we use a Research-Based Learning model (RBL), which has proven by past students, more effective for the retention of the resources and materials used to complete class research assignments. The Doctor of Theology Degree curricula consists of four research sessions for 50 credit hours. Once met, the student will present a publish-worthy reach paper to their assigned professor for review and grading, along with a bibliography of resources and books used to complete the research assignment. The student will complete and present a final dissertation upon completing eleven class assignments.
4 Sessions | 2-4 Courses per Session |3-4 Credit Hours per Course | 50 Total Credit Hours
DTH01 Advance Biblical Prophecy
DTH02 Foreign Mission
DTH03 Four Views on the Apostle Paul
DTH04 The Men and Women of the Bible
DTH05 The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit
DTH06 Book of Hebrews
DTH07 The Doctrine of Salvation
DTH08 Doctrine of the Trinity
DTH09 The Doctrine of Man and Sin
DTH10 Ancient Christian Gospels
DTH11 The life of the Apostle John
Graduate papers must be 135-150 pages in length or 40,000 to 50,000-words. Topic of Dissertation will be selected by the professor.
American Psychological Association (APA) Requirements
Students are required to utilize American Psychological Association (APA) formatting and maintain a level of quality as required for all CCSGS Programs. Written research assignments must reference sources when utilized in research assignments. References must include the title of the manuscript, page location, book author name, and name of publisher, and date of publication. The student must write a research paper for each course of study. All graduate-level students will be required to write a thesis or dissertation.