ST. ATHANASIUS INSTITUTE FOR PATRISTIC THEOLOGY

ACADEMICS AND COURSES

we deliver non-degree certificate and undergraduate online degree. The Certificate of New Testament Theology (CNTT), and the Associate of Patristic Theology (APT) are designed to take your education and training to the next level of competence and passion.

Online study courses are a rigorous, research based program of study built from the ground up and specifically tailored for online students, using the latest online platform enhanced by a facilitated discussions.

Most students find earning a theology degree online an exciting and challenging undertaking.

They gain rewarding knowledge of patristic theology and pastorlogy.

They also explore academic discipline such as church history, ethics and apologetics.

Certificate of New Testament Theology (CNTT)

Certificate of New Testament Theology is ideal for anyone who wants to expand his/her knowledge of the Bible and effectiveness in ministry, but is currently unable to pursue academic degree.

After completing the certificate, students can apply for Associate Degree of Patristic Theology (APT).

This 15 -credit fully online non-degree certificate allows students to easily obtain practical knowledge of Bible survey, doctrine, and discipleship.

It is a three month course that focuses on the treatment of the Old and the New Testament with an emphasis in biblical interpretation.

Students learn to interpret the Old and the New Testaments scriptures and to evaluate both Testaments from a literary perspective.

Associate Degree of Patristic Theology (APT)

This degree is an entry into higher education. Students may use the APT as a step toward the Bachelor of Patristic Theology BPT.

The APT program provides preparation for those seeking for improving one’s abilities for interpreting scripture.

SAI’s Associate Degree is a two-year program to complete 60 credit hours of coursework, in four semesters, two per year.

It combines a foundational biblical education with an introduction to Patristic Studies.The curriculum emphasizes the teachings of the Early Fathers of the church as part of every course.

A key focus is spiritual formation- developing a Christ-centered character that is visible through servanthood to God and others.

In the Associate Degree in Patristic Theology APT, you will learn the basic doctrines of the Orthodox faith as well as you will explore the interpretation and provenance of the New Testament.

Bachelor Degree in Patristic Theology (BPTh)

Most students find earning a theology bachelor’s degree online an exciting and challenging undertaking.

The degree offers specialization in patristic studies. Student must complete 120 credit hours of coursework. It is earned in two years after successfully completing the two years of the Associate Degree in Patristic Theology.

Master’s Degree in Patristic Theology (M. PTh)

It is a post graduate advanced degree that requires a bachelor degree in patristic theology. Earning a master’s degree demonstrates that you have more education and more experience. Through coursework, scholarly research, and logical and critical writing, the Master’s Degree in Patristic Theology will provide advanced preparation for those called to service in theological education.

Students should submit all undergraduate transcripts, letter of recommendation, resume, and the application itself.

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