Our Graduate Programs
The Graduate School of Theology and Creation Research coordinates all graduate work from all study areas in the University.
The following graduate programs are offered at RPUT: Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma, Master’s degree, and Doctorate Degree in the cognate areas of Cyber Theology and Internet Evangelism, Christian Apologetics, Christian Leadership, Pastoral Care and Counseling, and Creation and End-Time Studies.
To be admitted into any of the graduate programs, a finished Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution is required. Applicants from non accredited institutions or programs will be considered based upon the source institution’s program suitability in meeting RPUT’s program goals as determined by our admissions committee.
Graduate Certificate of Christian Ministry (GCC.Min.)
Post Graduate Diploma of Theology (PGDip.Th)
Master of Divinity (M.Div), 76 Credit hours
This program fulfills the professional requirements for ordained ministry for many Churches and Christian Ministries.
Master of Ministry (M.Min.), 42 Credit hours
Designed to fulfill the requirement for admission to the Doctor of Ministry degree program.
Master of Theological Studies (MTS), 30 Credit hours.
Doctoral degree program at RPUT may typically take up to 60 credit hours beyond the Master’s degree, including all coursework at RPUT, transferred credits from prior learning, and a Dissertation or Final project paper. A minimum of 30 credit hours accomplished at RPUT is required for a Doctoral student to graduate. Doctoral degrees offered at RPUT include:
Doctor of Theology (D.Th)
Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.)
- Doctor of Theological Studies (D.ThS)
- Doctor of Philosophy (D.Phil.)
Doctoral Degree Completion (ABD) Program
The ABD completion option is available for qualified All-But-Dissertation (ABD) candidates. For more information about the ABD program, read more here.
For more information on our Doctoral Degree programs, please fill out the contact form and someone will get back to you.