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THE CONCEPT



The Achievers International University College & Theological Seminary is a response to the often heard comment, “my college and seminary training was not practical for the real world. It just didn’t prepare me for the ministry”. This impractical approach to education is usually the result of course and programmes which are designed and implemented by individuals who do not have ministerial experience and training. This is the “Ivory Towers” approach to education. To make education practical for the real world, AIUCTS offers courses of study and degree programmes created by individuals who are recognized as experienced experts in their respective areas of knowledge.


FULL-TIME PROGRAMME
The Seminary provides for students who intend to enroll on full-time basis. These lectures come up in the morning. It is expedient for all full-time students to complete the full sessions before graduating.


PART-TIME PROGRAMME

There is provision for people who intend to attend the Seminary on part-tine basis. These lectures come up in the evening.


EXTENSION/CORRESPONDENCE

There is provision for those who have the call of God but at present unable to attend full-time or part-time courses.

Our proven concept of practical College and Seminary training is channeled through a variety of subjects, and degree programmes. These are implemented by a qualified and experience extension faculty, which will be involved with you in every course of study. The final result is a degree programme which is a genuine learning experience and immediately applicable to your specific ministry. Because you study at your own pace, you can begin at any time for extension and correspondence courses. Why not decide today to add a new dimension to your life and ministry.


HOW IT OPERATES

1.You work in the comfort and privacy of you own home at your own pace.

2. You are as close to AIUCTS. as your nearest post office. As you complete as assignment, you simply mail it back to us for grading.

3. If you have any question(s) or problem(s) AIUCTS., staff will gladly help you.

4.As soon as we receive your work, our trained grading department will evaluate your work.

5.Once you have successfully completed your course, you will then attend a graduation ceremony and receive your personalized Certificate.


THE OFF CAMPUS FACULTY


The AIUCTS off campus Education Faculty is a network of academically qualified and experienced men and women across Nigeria/ Africa and Abroad. These individuals have earned graduate level and post graduate degrees at other institutions. Each one has a God given desire to help you accomplish your theological education and apply your Achievers International University College & Theological Seminary Training in your ministry. You will have an advisor in each subject who will help you to maximize your education.


REQUIREMENTS

Candidates must be in the field of religion. They must be contributors in one way or another to the fields of Ministry, Theology, Teaching, Writing, Counselling or related interests. Candidates must have been active in their respective fields for a period of Five to Ten years. Candidates must meet the same requirements to enter the Seminary.

For individuals with specific ministry requirements, AIUCTS offers a variety of specializations, which may be taken as either a minor or major concentration in a degree programmes


BASIC QUALIFICATION

1.God’s calling

2.Ability to read and write in English Language

3.HSC, SSC, WASC, GCE, NECO, MSLC, JSC, AND SSLC etc.

4.Certificates, Diploma and Degrees in Theology or related discipline in Christian Education.


METHODS OF APPLICATION

Request for and submission of Admission Forms and Registration should be addressed to the Rector or the Registrar, AIUCTS with a non-refundable fee according to the programme of your choice, or  E:Mail,call on us at the campus for more information: +34-606-827-665 .


INTERVIEW

An interview will be arranged for all intending students before admission.


CERTIFICATE COURSE

The Certificate course is aimed at entrants in the ministry and provides the students with the necessary basic knowledge of Theology.

Successful completion of the certificate course will lead to the award of the seminary’s certificate in Theology or Ministry as the case may be, and will entitle the students to register for the Diploma course in Theology for additional one year.


MAJORS

BIBLICAL STUDIES, CHILDREN EVANGELISM, CHRISTIAN MINISTRY, DELIVERANCE MINISTRY, THEOLOGY, CHAPLAINCY EDUCATION, CHRISTIAN EDUCATION, MISSIONS & EVANGELISM, DIVINITY, PASTORAL MINISTRY, CHURCH MGT. & ADMINISTRATION, PASTORAL COUNSELLING, MINISTRY & CHURCH GROWTH.


The Chancellor and his associates are always ready and available to counsel any student concerning selection of his or her major. All students must pass all the related/compulsory subjects to earn him or her major in his or her faculty.



DOCTORATE

AIUCTS and its affiliate Universities / Seminaries in Africa and abroad will offer courses leading to the award of Doctorate degree in any of the theological branches stated above.



AIUCTS DEPARTMENTS
The seminary has the following departments in its faculty to fulfill her set goals.

1. School of Missions 2. School of Evangelism

3. School of Disciples 4. School of Ministry

5. School of Deliverance 6. Praying School

7. Healing School 8. College of Chaplaincy/Counselling

9. Workers Training Institute 10. College of Christian Education

11. College of Theology 12. College of Church Administration and

Management.



In addition, the Seminary embarks on ancillary services like conducting Conference, Workshops and Seminars, Christian Education exhibition, Church planting, Ministerial recruitment, Media communications, Printing and Publishing, Mobil Bible College, tracts distributions etc.


OTHER SERVICES

Preaching, Mission awareness Programmes Counselling, Teaching, Intercessory Prayers, Sunday School / House Fellowship, Curriculum Development and Youth Ministries.



THESIS REQUIREMENTS

If there is an average of 250 words on a typewritten page that is double spaced, then a requirements of:

20,000 words would result in a paper of at least 80 pages

30,000 words would result in a paper of at least 120 pages

50,000 words would result in a paper of at least 200 pages

80,000 words would result in a paper of at least 320 pages

100,000 words would result in a paper of at least 400 pages



CONDITIONS

1. Candidates for the Associate Degree Certificate will be required to write a thesis of 20,000 words in A4 size paper.

2. Candidates for the Bachelor’s Degree and PGD will be required to write a thesis of 30,000 words in A4 size paper.

3. Candidates for the Master’s Degree will be required to write a thesis of 50,000 words in A4 size paper.

4. Candidates for the Doctorate Degree will be required to write a Dissertation of 80,000 words in A4 size paper

5. Candidates for Post Doctorate (Research Only) will be required to write Dissertation of 100,000 words in A4 paper.

List of topics for Thesis/Dissertation is obtainable from the office of the Registrar. Begin early enough to avoid rush and late submission of your work. Your selected topic outline must be approved by the Chancellor before commencing.


NB: Each of the above thesis/Dissertation must be completed on or before 30th of April each year binded in three books.

COLOUR OF THESIS COVER

(1) Associate - Black Leather

(2) Bachelor/PGD - Blue Leather

(3) Master - Green Leather

(4) Doctorate - Red Leather



GRADING SYSTEM

Grades are computed on the following basis

GRADE SCORE GRADE POINT

A 90% - 100% Excellent 4

B 80% - 89% Very Good 3

C 70% - 79% Good 2

D 60% - 69% Pass 1

F Below 60% - to repeat / resit the course

I Incomplete Work

X Student did not take the final examination

W Student withdrew on his own

DC Dropped from the class by the Instructions of the Senate to repeat the course for Credit.



CREDIT HOURS

The total minimum numbers of Credit hours required for graduation are stated below:

Certificate - 48 Credit hours

Diploma/Associate - 96 Credit hours

Bachelor / PGD - 128 Credit hours

Masters - 160 Credit hours

Doctorate - 196 Credit hours


GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

The Graduation requirements for this Seminary are:

1. Completion of the specified credit hours in his / her major

2. Cumulative grade average of at least 1.00 (for pass)

3. Satisfactory Completion of Practical Attachment

4. Personal affirmation and signing of Thesis work

5. Payment of all financial obligations.



COURSE REQUIREMENTS

1. 32 Lecture hours of approved course of study

2. 18 weeks of study per semester

3. 3 credit hours per course

4. 4 practical ministry credit hours per course

5. 1 hour course of study per week

6. Low grades on examination would be made to resit a paper or more to make up for the grades lost and qualify for graduation.


EXAMINATION

A written examination of an Essay type based on 50% mark with a subject study questions on each course.

Study questions and assignment carries 40% mark while attendance 10% marks, making a total of 100% mark in all.


CLASSIFICATION OF DEGREE

1. 4 points - 1st Class Division

2. 3 points - 2nd Class Upper Divisions

3. 2.5 points - 2nd Class Lower Division

4. 2 points - 3rd Class Division

5. 1 point - Pass

 

Graduation Requirements:

All students must be enrolled, take no less than twenty (20) credits at AIUCTS, and successfully complete their course of study in order to be eligible for graduation.

Graduation exercises are held annually. In order to graduate, students must:

Apply to graduate.

Fulfill the course requirements for specified program. 

Maintain a grade point average of at least 2.0.

Satisfy all financial obligations to the college or arrange for their payment with the Business Office two (2) weeks preceding commencement.

Graduation Applications

Graduation applications can be obtained at the offices of AIUCTS. The application must be submitted before March 15th of the same year. A fee of $150 covers gowns and other special arrangements. Diplomas and transcripts will not be issued to any student until all bills are paid in full. This policy includes all tuition, fees, and other costs incurred while attending AIUCTS.

 

Confidentiality Of Student Records 

AIUCTS practices are in full voluntary compliance with the Family Rights and Privacy Act (Buckley Amendment). For details concerning the handling of student files and policies concerning student record review, please consult the Registrar.

 

 

A = 4.0 Grade points C = 2.0 Grade points
A- = 3.7           C- = 1.7
B+ = 3.3          D+ = 1.3
B = 3.0            D = 1.0
B- = 2.7           D- = 0.7
C+ = 2.3          F = 0.0

There may be occasion to use the grade of P (passed) or F (failed). The numerical value of P is 4.0, while F remains at 0.0. The Numerical Value of each letter grade may vary in some courses. Grade Report forms, which are maintained by the College and sent to each student, are composed as soon as possible following the end of each class. Students placed on D and F lists are notified.

Work for any class in a given subject is evaluated by instructors according to the following letter grades:

A Excellent
100-90 Outstanding accomplishment in mastering the objectives of the subject.


B Very Good
89-80 Better than average accomplishment in mastering the objectives of the subject.

C Satisfactory 79-70 Minimally fulfills requirements and has made nominal progress toward mastering the objectives of the subject.

D Passing
69-60 Deficient in some respects, but meets minimum standards for obtaining credit for mastering the objectives of subject.

F Failure
59-0
Falls below the minimum standards of accomplishment. Course must be repeated or the objectives not mastered but required must be repeated to obtain credit.

WP Withdraw
Passing Withdraw from course with permission through proper college procedure. This mark is not calculated into grade point average.

WF Withdraw
Failing Mark given when the student is withdrawn by the instructor as failing, such as for a "no-show". This mark is calculated into the grade point average.

IN Incomplete Available through instructor only if at least 85% of assigned work for the course is complete and written request is received according to the procedure for incomplete work.

 
Honors

Students are encouraged to put forth their best efforts toward scholastic excellence. After a student completes 12 or more credit hours and earning a grade-point average of 3.7 or more will be included in the Presidents List. A student completing 12 or more credit hours and earning a GPA of 3.0 or more, but less than 3.7, will be included in the Deans List.

A student graduating with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or more will receive recognition as follows:

3.0 With Honor
3.7 With High Honor
4.0 With Highest Honor

Attempt is made to keep in touch with the academic progress of each student and help each to do the best work of which he or she is capable. Students, however, are ultimately responsible for their academic standing and knowledge of program and degree requirements.

Deans List

Students who have taken 12 or more credits who have earned a grade point average of 3.0 to 3.7 are listed each semester on the Deans List

President's List

Students who have taken 12 or more credits who have earned a grade point average of 3.7 and above are listed each semester on the Presidents List.

Graduation Honors

Every year at graduation, awards are given for outstanding leadership in the Christian counseling community. Those graduating with a grade point average of 4.0 will graduate with highest honors. Those graduating with 3.7 to 3.9 graduate with high honors. Students graduating with grade point averages of 3.0 to 3.7 graduate with honors.

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