PROFESSOR J.M. NGWARU
Post-Doctoral Fellow in Research Career Management(University of Reading,UK); PhD LiteracyDevelopment, University of Reading, UK; Master in Applied Linguistics (UZ);Graduate Certificate in Education (Grad C.E., UZ; B.A, Fourah Bay College (University of Sierra Leone.)
FACULTY OF ARTS, THEOLOGY, CULTURE AND HERITAGE STUDIES
The Faculty of Arts, Theology, Culture and Heritage Studies is currently in the process of growth and development. It houses two programs: Bachelor of Theology Honours Degree and Bachelor of Arts Honours Media and Development Studies.
The Faculty focuses on the development of academics and professionals equipped to analyze, critique, evaluate and apply concepts to contemporary situations in an inclusive environment fostering heritage-based socio-political and economic developmental issues. The faculty aims at stimulating an on-going interaction between society, students and graduates leading the sensitization of parties to the on-going need for innovation and industrialization based on specific heritages of given contexts.
The Theology programme is currently held at the two centres: Harare and Masvingo-Morgenster. The program is run by experts holding various capacities in Church and Community programmes.
The vision is to be a Theological Faculty of excellence participating in God’s mission in the real context in time and space.
The Faculty’smission is to be committed to equipping students through quality theological training to become contextually accountable competent servant leaders, managing God’s resources with good stewardship, and seeking to become caring community leaders who give credence to the Kingdom of God.
Functions of the Faculty
The core mandate of the Faculty is to teach, research, engage in community development activities, innovate and industrialize at every opportunity. The Faculty endeavours to provide stakeholder satisfaction through quality upgrading of Ministers of religion, of the Reformed Church in Zimbabwe as well equally as other churches.
The Faculty currently has one programme running: Bachelor of Theology Honours Degree with the Bachelor of Arts Honours Media and Development Studies still to enroll a viable class. While for the past years the Theology program was only offered at Morgenster Campus, it is now offered at the RCU Harare Campus following the multi-campus approach adopted by the University.
The Faculty is composed of two departments: The Department of Theology and Media and Development Studies.