Are you a church leader with a valid Master’s degree, interested in serious study that will equip you to change the world for Jesus Christ? If so, Pan-Africa Theological Seminary (PAThS) may be the place for you to pursue doctoral studies–right here on the WAAST campus.
Pan-Africa Theological Seminary is a doctoral-level ministry training program that prepares servant-leaders to equip the Church of Africa to fulfill God’s mission in the power of the Holy Spirit. Since its opening in 2005, PAThS has offered a PhD degree in Strategic Ministries with concentrations in Leadership, Biblical Hermeneutics/Theological Studies, Missions, and Education. It has recently begun offering the more practical Doctor of Ministry (DMin) degree.
PAThS is a continent-wide seminary with courses held in Lomé, Togo, and Nairobi, Kenya, and works in cooperation with the Africa Assemblies of God Alliance (AAGA). It is fully accredited with the Ministry of Higher Education of the Government of Togo for the conferring of doctoral degrees.
Dozens of WAAST and/or AGGST graduates have continued studies through Pan-African Theological Seminary. Please note that, while WAAST is a host campus, the seminary operates under its own administration and policies.
For more information, see the Pan-Africa Theological Seminary Web site.