SERVING THE MINISTRIES OF EFKS/CCCS EKALESIA FA'APOTOPOTOGA KERISIANO SAMOA CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH SAMOA
Malua Theological College aims to
Provide Quality Theological Education for future ministers of the Congregational Christian Church of Samoa (CCCS) and other partner Churches; and
Train future CCCS church leaders for Jesus and His church; and
Train and Equip Students and spouses for the effective and relevant ministry of the Church in Samoa and overseas; and
Engage CCCS clergy and lay members in critical theological thinking and reflection
Malua Theological College
On the 24th September 1844, Rev. George Turner and Rev. Charles Hardie of the London Missionary Society founded Malua Theological College. “For Jesus and His Church” became the vision of the college that continues today, a statement that summarises and captures the inherent and underpinning purpose of the College.
The formal beginning of the degreee programme in February 1997 was indeed a very important moment in the history and academic life of the College. As the realisation of a vision, the inception of the degree programme represented years of planning and organisation. The event marked the final phase in the transformation of the College into becoming a tertiary institution.
WOMEN’S THEOLOGY EDUCATION
In addition to completing the Women’s Programme, the College is also committed to the theological education of students’ wives
The Diploma of Theology (Level VI) shall be awarded by the College to candidates who have satisfied the following requirements
The Bachelor of Theology degree (Level VII) shall be conferred by the College upon candidates who have satisfied the following requirements
The Bachelor of Divinity with Honours degree (Level VIII) shall be conferred by the College upon candidates who have satisfied the following requirements
The Master of Theology degree (Level IX) shall be conferred by the College upon candidates who have satisfied the following requirements