Students who want to pursue a degree in Theology are encouraged to take the Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS) strand under the Academic track. The curriculum focuses on human behavior, literature, education, politics, liberal arts, and society. The HUMSS strand will cover relevant topics that may be further discussed in their college lectures.
However, if they were not able to graduate high school, they may opt to take the Alternative Learning System (ALS) and pass the Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT) to qualify for college; the availability of courses for PEPT passers depend on the university.
Graduates of AB in Theology are expected to able to:
During the fourth year of the program, students are required to attend an On the Job Training (OJT) in educational institutions, churches, and religious organizations.
Students are given the opportunity to apply their knowledge and skills in an actual work setting. Usually, universities require them to submit a written report on their tasks, learning experiences, and hours rendered. Their work performance will also be evaluated by their immediate managers and will be submitted to their respective OJT coordinator. The number of hours required may differ in each university.
Graduates of AB in Theology educational institutions, churches, and religious organizations. They may apply as a :
They replied, “Believe in the Lord Jesus,
and you will be saved–you and your household.” Acts 16:31