Faculty is drawn from the Fellows of the Center for Early African Christianity and elsewhere; the professors are experts in their field of teaching.
The faculty meet with students online, by phone, or in person to discuss academic progress. They will be onsite at each residency. In addition, the professor of record will assign readings, guide weekly online discussions, teach in the residency, and guide the research portion of the module. The professor will be supported by one or more teaching assistants to aid in evaluation of student work and to daily interact with students.
In addition to the professor who teaches the module, the MA in Early African Christian Studies utilizes administrative resources within the Center for Early African Christianity (its Executive Director). And the director of the program in Egypt, Rev Dr. Jos Strengholt is also on standby to help you with your studies.
The MA (Early African Christian Studies) is a blended model: both online study and intensive residencies are utilized. The online studies are mainly managed through Facebook, as in Egypt this is the most accessible online platform. The residencies are in Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt.
Students in the MA program have the opportunity to utilize a number of different collections of library resources, including substantial online resources.
Cairo also has many good theological libraries one Early African Christianity.
The primary resources needed for the MA studies are also available in Heliopolis and can be purchased at very fair prices.