Africa International University

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Africa International University
AIU
Motto Education with Passion and Integrity
Type Christian chartered university
Established 1983
Chancellor Professor Watson Omulokoli
Vice-Chancellor Professor Dankit Nassiuma
Location Karen, Nairobi, Kenya
1°18′06″S 36°41′23″E / 1.301763°S 36.689759°E / -1.301763; 36.689759Coordinates: 1°18′06″S 36°41′23″E / 1.301763°S 36.689759°E / -1.301763; 36.689759
Campus -Karen Main Campus,
-Eldoret Center,
-Kisumu KIST
-Maseno Campus,
-Nairobi CBD Campus
Website aiu.ac.ke

Africa International University is a Christian university in Karen, Nairobi, Kenya.

History[edit]

Africa International University is founded in 1983 as the Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology through the vision of the Association of Evangelicals in Africa.[1] The goal was to provide training for pastors beyond the basic certificate and diploma levels.

In March 2011, AIU was awarded a university charter by the government of Kenya and has continued to develop undergraduate programs, particularly in business, ICT, Development Studies and Counselling Psychology.

Programs[edit]

AIU offers pre-university, undergraduate, post-graduate, Masters and Ph.D programmes.[2] [3][4]

Undergraduate programs[edit]

  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Counselling (4 years or 2 years with credit transfer from relevant Diploma)
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (4 years or 2 years with credit transfer from relevant Diploma)
  • Bachelor of Theology (BTh) (4 years or 2 years for Theology Diploma holders)
  • Bachelor of Education

Early Childhood Development

    • Primary education
    • Secondary education
  • Bachelor of Arts in Development Studies (4 years)
    • Sustainable Community Development

Urban Development

  • Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship (4 years)
  • Bachelor of Science in Accountancy and Financial Management (4 years)
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Communication Technology (4 years)
  • Management Information System
  • Software Development
  • Computer Network

Masters programs[edit]

Master of Theology (MTh) (2 years)

    • MTh in Biblical Studies(2 years)
    • MTh in Mission Studies(2 years)
    • MTh in World Christianity (2 years)

Master of Divinity (MDiv) (3 years full-time)

    • MDiv in Biblical Studies
    • MDiv in Church Education
    • MDiv in Church History
    • MDiv General
    • MDiv in Mission Studies
    • MDiv in Pastoral Studies
    • MDiv in Theological Studies
    • MDiv in Translation Studies

Master of Arts (2 years full-time, 3 years part-time)

  • MA in Biblical Studies
  • MA in Church History
  • MA in Translation Studies
  • MA in Missions
  • General
  • Islamic Emphasis
  • MA in Organizational Leadership
  • MA in Pastoral Studies
  • MA in Theology
  • Master of Education
  • Child Development and Family Studies
  • Church Education
  • Curriculum & Instruction
  • Educational Leadership & Administration

Doctoral programs

  • PhD in Education (4 years)
  • Curriculum & Instruction
  • Church Education
  • Educational Leadership & Administration
  • Child Development & Family Studies
  • PhD in Translation Studies
  • PhD in InterReligious Studies
  • PhD in Practical Theology (Coming soon)
  • PhD in Theological Studies (4 years)
  • Biblical Studies
  • World Christianity
  • Missions studies
  • Theology & Development
  • Theology & Culture
  • Systematic Theology

Doctor of Ministry (DMin) (3 years)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Africa International University, History, Official Website, Kenya, February 4, 2017
  2. ^ "See courses offered at Africa International University". 
  3. ^ "Africa International University Granted Kenyan Charter as a "Mark of Quality"". Nicholas, Daniel J., International Bulletin of Missionary Research. Retrieved 17 February 2013.   – via Questia (subscription required)
  4. ^ "Africa International University". www.4icu.org. Retrieved 17 February 2013. 

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