University Mission:

The development of strategies for the fulfillment of the Great Mission of the Jesus Christ and improvements of human welfare, by the agency of a University, calls for imaginative pioneering methods.

Establishing the Kernel University today, We are challenged to do the followings;

Educating, training and equipping those who have high calling to fulfill the Great Commission of Jesus Christ,

Actively contributing those with Professional skill and ministry reach those unreached people of the World,

And Serving the Church and Community by providing high-quality programs in Theological Studies that leads to Bachelor, Master and Doctorates of Theological Studies Degree.

 

University Purpose:

The School of Theological and Ministerial Studies offers a Professional Degree of Theological Studies designed to prepare men and women for service in the Church and great mission of Jesus Christ. The program provides training for participants to reflect theologically on the role of the Church in contemporary society and to develop the skills necessary for effective ministry within local churches, mission agencies and out-reach ministries. Opportunities are provided for participants to develop theological competencies in three major areas of study: biblical studies, theology and ethics, and church leadership.

 

Academic Focus

Disciplinary programs at Kernel University are structured to lay the foundation for students to acquire the ability to be critical and creative independent thinkers, decision makers and leaders who know how to use structured rationality and scientific paradigms to make difficult decisions of choice, among competing alternatives involving people, resources, values and social responsibility.

Kernel University graduates not only receive excellent life-long preparation for a variety of careers, but also are encouraged to develop the rational discrimination, aesthetic appreciation, compassion, and understanding that only knowledge can foster.   Equally important, students learn to understand and evaluate the sources and methods from which knowledge drives.  In this way they come to appreciate the contingency of all knowledge and to realize that education is a life-long process.

The academic focus of the university’s curricula is based on the following principles:

Student Centered Education: Curricula are designed to enhance the student’s ability to learn.

Collaborative Learning: Curricula are designed to encourage collaboration ¾ among students, among faculty, and between faculty and students.

Active Learning: Curricula are designed so that students can take an active part in the learning process by ongoing interaction with faculty and other students.

Bridging Theory and Practice: Curricula are designed to teach students how to apply what they learn to real-world professional situations in the fields of Theological Studies.