Full-time programmes of study are offered in Nigeria campus at Undergraduate and Graduate levels. There are specialized programmes namely: systematic theology, Old Testament theology, New Testament theology and divinity. Also available are: Strategic foresight, Strategic leadership, Entrepreneur leadership, Women studies, Organizational leadership, Political leadership, Influence and leadership coaching, Youth studies, Urban Studies and Single-adult Studies.


Students who wish to study through DOXA DISTANCE EDUCATION (CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES) programme must meet the same entrance standard required of full-time students and pass the same interviews. DI has made it profitable for students to take Undergraduate, post graduate diploma, and Graduate courses through DDE. DDE provides for its students a wide array of online resources and online courses for those who want to make use of DI educational system. Our aim is to promote and encourage ‘searching’ and ‘research’, and restore, create and motivate love for reading; promote self-motivated learner development, where learning is made convenient for the student in the student’s own environment, to reach wider population, alleviate capacity constraints, capitalize on emerging (specialty) market opportunities and serve as a catalyst for institutional transformation. Our audience includes but not limited to;

  1. Life Fulfillment Learners: those interested in education for its sake. They enjoy learning and the academic environment and they view additional education as a hobby or a source of personal development. They make their own decisions whether or not to purchase education.
  2. Corporate Learners: those seeking education to advance their careers with their corporate employers. The purchase decision is made by the corporation, not by the individual. Corporate learners demand a broad range of services from instructional technology end –user training to advance scientific training.
  3. Professional Enhancement Learner: those seeking to advance their careers or shift careers. They work for companies but are making the purchase decision themselves.
  4. Degree Completion Adult Learners: those seeking to complete degree later in than usual. They are frequently working adults who must balance work and family responsibilities with their educational goals.
  5. College Experience Learners (a.k.a the “traditional student”) are those preparing for life. This segment includes many 18 – to – 24 – year – old residential college students for whom the “coming age” process is as important as academic learning. The may make the purchase decision themselves, or it may be made by their parents.
  6. Rural Learners – Youths & Women who are interested in distance degree at their comfort. They make purchase based on their own decision.
  7. Remediation and test prep learners are those interested in learning as a prerequisite for an examination or enrollment in another programme. The decision to purchase distance education in this case often depends upon the age of the learner.

Distance education is not a new concept. Plato declared long ago, “Learning occurs in the mind, independent of time and place”.


Educational Institutions are built upon several important elements, one of which is community involvement. DI outreach ministry is set to make a positive impact in this area through the following:

  • Seminars
  • Conferences
  • Symposia
  • Sports
  • Revivals
  • Media
  • Missions