KCC offers several courses and programs.

THEOLOGY

Bachelors in Theology (4 years)

This intensive course is offered to students with an adequate command of English, who have generally finished their secondary school education. In this program, foundation courses are offered such as Academic English, study skills and basic computing. A large number of courses is aimed at presenting students with the knowledge and skills to lead churches and parishes effectively. Topics include biblical knowledge, church history, doctrine, preaching, conflict and peace building and various aspects of ministry and pastoral care to different groups in church. At the end of the program, students can be recommended for ordination.

Diploma in Theology (2 years) (Full time)

This intensive course is offered to students with an adequate command of English, who have generally finished their secondary school education. In this program, foundation courses are offered such as Academic English, study skills and basic computing. A large number of courses is aimed at presenting students with the knowledge and skills to lead churches and parishes effectively. Topics include biblical knowledge, church history, doctrine, preaching, conflict and peace building and various aspects of ministry and pastoral care to different groups in church. At the end of the program, students can be recommended for ordination.

Certificate in Theology (2 years) (Full time)

This course is aimed at those students who wish to obtain more knowledge and skills in the field of theology, so that they can serve their local churches in a better way. Students who enroll for the certificate program need to have obtained a pass of at-least 50% – 59% in their Senior Four (4) South Sudan Schoool Certificate or its equivalent in Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE). In this course, students are taught English, basic biblical knowledge, and practical skills that are needed for providing pastoral leadership within a church. At the end of the program, students can be recommended for ordination.

Lay-readers training in Bari (1 year) (Full time)

Twice a year, lay-readers come to the college to receive training in knowledge and skills they need as lay-readers. When they return to their churches, they have gained more competence with regard to the practical matters they need to handle, such as preaching, leading and pastoral care. People who do this training and have not yet been commissioned as lay-readers, will be commissioned at the end of the training.

Diploma in Theology students are engaged in a lesson (2016)

 

EDUCATION

Certificate for in-service teacher training – Grade III (2 years)

A good number of schools in South Sudan employ teachers who have not completed teacher training. KCC invites these teachers three times a year (in their holidays) to come to the college for training in specific fields and subjects. At the end of this course, the teachers are better equipped to teach in their various schools and obtain a better teaching quality in their classes. Courses include those for professional development and teaching subjects.

 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Diploma in Business Administration (3 years) (Full time/Distance Learning)

This course is offered to students with an adequate command of English, who have generally finished their secondary school education with good marks. In this program, foundation courses are offered such as Academic English, study skills and basic computing. A large number of courses is aimed at presenting students with the knowledge and skills that are needed for successful business purposes (e.g. entrepreneurship skills in a new or an existing business).

Certificate in Business Administration (2 years) (Full time/Distance Learning)

This course is aimed at students who wish to obtain more knowledge and skills in the field of business, so that they are in a better position to start and develop their own business, or to work with business that have already been established. Students who enroll for the certificate program need to have obtained a pass of at-least 50% – 59% in their Senior Four (4) South Sudan Schoool Certificate or its equivalent in Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE). In this course, students are taught English, and practical skills that are needed for successful business purposes.

 

Business Administration students work on exams and assignments (2018)

 

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

Diploma in Information and Communications Technology (3 years) (Full time/Distance Learning)

The diploma course is prepared in close consideration of the South Sudanese curriculum requirements for the higher system of Education. The course imparts/inculcates the skills and knowledge required to transform the systems of communication and its advancement in technology today and in the future.

This course is offered to students with an adequate command of English, who have generally finished their secondary school education with good grades. In this program, foundation courses are offered such as Academic English, study skills,understanding the New Testament, and Understanding the Old Testament. A large number of courses is aimed at presenting students with the knowledge and skills that are needed for successful technological purposes. This course prepares students for different challenging career development in various fields /sectors /careers in information technology.

Certificate in Information and Communications Technology (2 year) (Full time/Distance Learning)

This course is aimed at students who wish to obtain more knowledge and skills in the field of Information and Communications Technology that are needed for successful technological purposes. Students who enroll for the certificate program need to have obtained a pass of at-least 50% – 59% in their Senior Four (4) South Sudan Schoool Certificate or its equivalent in Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE). In this course, students are taught English, and practical skills that are needed in understanding the technological advancements. Elements of Christian /biblical foundations have been included to develop our students/graduates wholistically to fit in the world and carry forward our motto of “building the body of Christ” (Eph. 4:12).