As one of the Pioneer Faculties of the University, it is reputed to have existed before the formal establishment of the University it was adapted from the Charismatic Theological College. As a foundation Faculty that soon metamorphosed into the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Theological Studies, the Faculty was, from its inception, poised to play a leading role in the administrative
development and academic accomplishments of the University.

Through many centuries of the traditional of university education, the liberal Arts have been known to constitute the foundation of knowledge and of intellectual development. In offering courses in diverse areas of Arts, humanities and Theological Studies, the Faculty strives to achieve the following objectives:

1. Provide a broad-based general education in the Arts, Humanities and Theological Studies especially in Languages, Linguistics, Literatures, History, Philosophy, Creative Arts and General African Studies during the first two years of the undergraduate programme for all students in the humanities and theology. 2. Provide opportunities for disciplinary specializations in all course in Arts, Humanities and Theological Studies during the 3rd year of the 3-year B.A. degree programme.
3. Provide opportunities for advanced studies and research in Arts, Humanities and Theological Studies at postgraduate levels;
4. Provide the academic and intellectual stimulation derivable from the study of Arts, Humanities and Theological Studies and the necessary requirement for the development of the mind;
5. Produce graduates whose education in the liberal Arts imbues them with humanistic qualities and the intellectual skills needed to function productively within the administrative and professional structures of a developing nation.

To advance the frontiers of learning in the arts, humanities and Theological Studies through teaching research and dissemination of knowledge of the highest quality; establish and foster national and international integration, development and promotion of African traditions and cultures and produce high level godly manpower and enhance capacity building through retraining so as to respond to the challenges of the immediate community, Cameroon and the world at large.

The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Theological Studies shall be a world class Faculty comparable to any other, engaged in imparting knowledge in the Arts, Humanities and Theological Studies using high quality facilities and multidisciplinary approaches without discrimination to race, gender and creed, as well as generating new ideas and intellectual practices relevant to the needs of its immediate community, Nigeria and the world at large.



The Department of Theatre and Film Studies, also known as the Jane’s School of Dramatics is named after the Pioneer Director of Academic Affairs of the University Rev. Dr. Jane Lawrence who was an actress and as a legacy to her ambition to discover talents and empower them through film acting. The Dramatic Arts programme, was provided for as one of the pioneer disciplines of the University. The Department of Theatre Arts and Film Studies can boast of a high rate of retention for both staff and students. The Theatre and Film Studies program at the University offers four years of formal studies (O/Level entrants)
and three years (for candidates with A/ Levels.). Students are trained in the following areas:
1. Dramatic Theory, Literature and Criticism
2. Technical Theater
3. Acting
4. Directing
5. Playwriting
6. Theater in Education\Children Theatre
7. Comparative Drama\Theatre
8. Film Studies
9. Applied/Interactive Theatre
10. Dance

The department is amongst the pioneer department of the University, with the intention to trained journalist for the teeming growth of private radio stations, print media houses and televisions stations across the nation. There is an elaborate review of the curriculum to further enriched it with innovative offerings in print and electronic journalism, marketing communications, philosophy of communication, history and development of mass media systems with particular reference to the Cameroonian mass media, law and ethics of mass communication, mass communication research and theories and photojournalism.

These course areas and others are continually being enriched with latest studies. The department has a pace-setting tradition, which has continued to power it to lofty heights in mass communication. Accordingly, the department revised its undergraduate programme again in 2012 to accommodate the demands of new communication technologies, which were in fact attempting to redefine mass communication.
The various programmes available to students in the Department of Mass Communication and Literary Studies are designed to give them a rich and rounded humanistic education as well as practical competence in the the literary
studies and to expose them to literary art in all its forms as it has evolved over
time and as encountered in different places and cultures as well as the theoretical
discourse that accompanies and assists in its development.

The main objectives of the programmes in the department are as follows:
a) To produce graduates who have a well-informed communication and literary sensibility which enables them to respond in a creative manner to their environment.
b) To produce graduates who have such linguistic competence that will make them skillful users of the English Language in both communication and literary works.
c) To produce graduates who can exploit the rich resources of language for a sharper literary appreciation and communication.
d) To equip the graduates with adequate knowledge of the full range of the major land-marks in Communication and other literary works.

The Department of Leadership established from the inception of the University. Since then it has developed and taught courses in many fields of Leadership. A major aim of the Department at its inception was to produce graduates to meet the manpower needs of the country. In its desire to advance its contribution to national development, and in line with the philosophy of the University towards Leadership Development, the University undertakes consistent review of programmes to ensure quality and relevance, the Department recently decided to expand the scope of its courses. The Department has added “Strategic Studies” to its name to reflect the expansion and to advertise the intrinsic value of its course offerings.

The addition of the sub-field of strategic studies is based on the recognition of the role which strategy plays in all human activities: at the individual, the corporate, institutional, national and international levels. Strategy is evident in all situations in which the actor has to choose among possible alternative courses of action within the limits of available resources to attain certain ends. The strategist is required to maximize ends through a rational deployment of scarce resources.
The strategist employs available resources to attain certain objectives, be they economic, commercial, social, cultural, political, financial, personal or otherwise. Because strategy is inherent in all situations requiring choice among competing/alternative courses of action, training in strategic studies prepares the individual to operate more effectively in a complex globalized world.

The Department of Theological Studies also known as THE CHARISMATIC THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE (CTC) – CAMEROON has been the main institution from which the University was derived. It has operated since 2007 as a Non – Denominational theological College where training is given with sound educational and Spiritual orientation for all category of Christians, professionals and Ministers of the Gospel. It is a training Center for all who wants to be develop and grow in their Spiritual Life and be effective in their career as to be able to make a difference in life.
CTC – CAMEROON is not just a Bible training College but a Professional College for the training of all class of Christians making them disciples of Christ and able to effectively teach the word of God with both their lives and profession. It is a place for those who desire to grow in their Knowledge of God’s Word and to use their chosen career and profession to positively impact their environment and all those around them.


i. Our Graduates teach Religion with most Government Schools.

ii. Our Graduates are Examiners and Markers with GCE Board.

iii. Our Certificates are recognized by the GCE Board.

iv. Your secular educational qualifications from any field of study and your years of experience from whatever Job are considered and accepted for you to continue your studies here.

v. You can choose from our diverse range of available programs to find the one that best fits your career goals and take the next step in your education. You will enjoy a whole lot of wealth of knowledge and experience. You will become graduate prepared to make a difference in your profession, companies, ministries, boardrooms, churches, communities, and beyond.


To raise credible manpower for the church. Men and women who will impoact the society with whole gospel of Christ.


To make every minister a Gospel professional of the Word and every Christian Professional a dynamic teacher of the word. Raising men end time apostles and men on fire for the kingdom of God; professionalizing the ministry.


i. Ministry

ii. Theology

iii. Christian Education

iv. Moral Education

v. Practical Discipleship

vi. Church Administration and Management

vii. Christian Leadership

viii. Political Studies the Christian perspectives

ix. Principles of Parenthood

x. Church Financial Management and budgetting

xi. Evangelistic Studies