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A study programme is a collection of courses which, once successfully completed, result in a qualification.

For example, the programme for a Bachelor of Theology degree comprises various courses in biblical studies, practical theology and systematic theology.

programme qualification

The outcome of successfully completing all the courses in a programme is the qualification that is awarded.

Qualifications that SATS is accredited to award include certificates, diplomas, and degrees such as the Bachelor of Theology.