Scott Christian University formally Scott Theological College, was established in 1962 as the national theological College of the Africa Inland Church Kenya to provide training for church ministries at an advanced academic level. The college was named in memory of Peter Cameron Scott who led the African Inland Mission in Kenya in 1895 which developed Africa Inland Church as one of its ministries.
Scott grew and progressively upgraded its academic standards. In 1972, the entry requirement was raised to a minimum of a Secondary School Certificate, Level Three. A further upgrading of standards was done in 1982 with the introduction of a Bachelor of Theology (B.Th.) whereby the programme entry requirement was raised to a university level. This development was made possible through an arrangement with Ontrario Bible College, an accredited degree granting college in Toronto, Canada. The first B.Th. Students graduated from the college in1986.
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