B.D. is a residential program conducted in the campus of Calvin Institute of Theology (CIT). Classes are conducted from Monday to Friday between 8:15 am and 4: 30 pm. with a lunch break. Students must attend all the classes scheduled for them. Attendance is recorded for each period of class.
Chapel service and practical work attendance are compulsory requirements.
Students are expected to keep good academic records.
Request for leave to be absent from classes or practical work must be approved by the Registrar/ Academic Dean.
Exams for the first and second semester will be conducted in November and April. Those who fail can rewrite the exam in the consecutive semester.
Students will be eligible to receive the degree after completing all the requirements. The faculty evaluation committee will evaluate each student and make a recommendation to the Board.
Academic Policies & Procedures
CIT believes that a systematic theological education is crucial to a comprehensive and proper understanding of God's Word. Every student is expected to do his or her best in studying and understanding the Scripture.
The following guidelines apply to the academic life of every student:
CIT affirms that men and women are suited for Christian service by their personal holiness, spiritual giftedness, academic competence and ministry skills. This means that personal qualities are as important as the acquisition of knowledge and ministerial skills.
CIT provides scholarships up to 80% of their total fees. Students in need of financial assistance for their studies can apply for their scholarships. Scholarships will be made available to students also on the basis of their academic and all round performance.