NTC PROGRAMS OF STUDY.
The following programs are offered at NTC
- Advanced Diploma in Theology. This is a four year training program emphasizing Biblical, theological, and Christian ministries. On completion, AIC (T) graduates will be assigned to church ministries by the Sending Council of the AIC(T), while those from other Evangelical Churches will be free to return to their denominations.
- One Year Certificate of Biblical Studies and Ministry Skills. This is a one year course designed to provide an opportunity for lay people and church leaders to participate in an intensive one year course in biblical studies and ministries skills. Upon completion of this course, graduates will be better equipped to serve God and the church as they continue in their places of employment.
- Women’s Program. A special women’s program is offered to students’ wives, and includes such topics as Bible, Doctrine, Music, Cooking, Health and Nutrition, and Sewing.
Participants who successfully complete the one year program will receive an NTC One Year Certificate in Biblical Studies and Ministry Skills. This one year program can be credited as the first year of the NTC four year Advanced Diploma Program for those desiring to continue their studies at NTC. Formal applications must be submitted and acceptance granted for those wishing to enter the NTC Advanced Diploma studies.
To ensure a conducive learning environment, NTC has a small, but growing library resource center, with current journals, back files of journals, audio/visual aids. The Library is also well served and equipped with modern laptops which have access to reliable and fast internet to help with research and communication. With an experienced staff member and appointed student library assistants, the library is committed to offering service that will make it continue to be the focal point for information seekers.
The library aims at glorifying God and building the church through the high quality programs of training and research offered at the college. The library aims to:
- Provide materials necessary for the training programs at NTC.
- Facilitate quick access to information through our fast and reliable internet.
- Train users on how to use the library and its abundant resources.
- Provide conducive environment for study to the students, lecturers and other permitted users around our community.
NTC Library hours are:
Monday to Saturday 7:00 a.m. – 11:30 p.m.