Myanmar Institute of Theology

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Welcome

The Myanmar Institute of Theology is to equip men and women for the Christian ministry and service in the world. The Institute strives to provide a context in which students acquire a theological education which is biblical, theological and practical.

President's Message

I am greatly honored to welcome you and wish you God's choicest blessings.From the outset, MIT had been fully committed to the perpetuation of her founding goals and visions for the promotion  Read More

Theology Program

The Doctor of Ministry program is a graduate level study, requiring 30 credits: 24 credits of course work with comprehensive examination and 6 credits for dissertation. The program is a three-year course and can be extended up to five years. Read More

Liberal Arts Program

Myanmar Institute of Theology (formerly Burma Divinity School-BDS) was opened in June 1927, and shortly thereafter became affiliated with the Northern Baptist Theological Seminary of Chicago, Illinois,USA.Read More

Library

The present library was constructed in 1977 to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of the seminary. It was extended in 1997. Read More

Future Programs

MIT always makes it a point to ensure that the courses it offers meet the need of the students in general and those of the country in particular. To be n line with this objective.  Read More

MIT Alumni Association

  • To promote and maintain fellowship among the alumni.
  • To plan and conduct refresher courses, short-term courses and seminars for the benefit of the alumni.
  • To unite the effort of all the alumni for the support of the Myanmar Institute of Theology.
  • To cooperate with the Board of Trustees and the Staff Council for the development of the Myanmar Institute Read More

Judson Research Center

  • To promote the identity of the center and build up net-working with other like-mined individuals, centers, and partners, locally and internationally.
  • To develop resources and curriculum for interfaith dialogue and contextual theologies.
  • To provide opportunities for research works in Buddhist-Christian studies.
  • To facilitate the experience of dialogue among people of different faiths.
  • To promote interreligious awareness and cooperative actions in environmental preservation and current  Read More

Peace Studies Center

  1. To initiate changes in relational patterns providing in depth peace education and peace research opportunities in the Myanmar contexts.
  2. To integrate peace and reconciliation elements into MIT’s existing courses and programs.
  3. To give peace education to pastors, evangelists and those engaged in other ministries either in churches or in communities.
  4. To provide workshops, seminars and intensive peace and reconciliation training programs for interested lay people and peoples of other faith.
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Current News And Events

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liberal Arts Program of Baccalaureate Service Program
Date : 21st October 2014
Time : 4:00pm
Place: MIT Chapel

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