The CUEA Faculty of Theology is under the direction of the Holy See, governed by the Apostolic Constitution Veritatis Gaudium and grants ecclesiastical degrees. The Faculty collaborates closely with the Congregation for Catholic Education – Rome, producing innovative graduates for the Church and Society. The graduates are employed in Church institutions, seminaries and houses of formation. The Faculty which attracts students from AMECEA region and beyond has continued its tradition of quality research and publishing through the Faculty Journal, African Christian Studies. The journal attracts researchers from within and outside the Faculty and CUEA Faculty members actively participate in conferences, seminars, public lectures and workshops in and outside the University. The Faculty has also published quality books under the series, Studies in African Christian Theology. The Faculty Interdisciplinary Theological Session is held every year and proceedings are published.
The Faculty is organized into seven (7) main departments:
The Faculty enjoys the services of a modern Learning Resource Centre of The Catholic University of Eastern Africa which offers modern facilities in Research Teaching and Community Service.
The Faculty of Theology of The Catholic University of Eastern Africa is aware of its aim of profoundly studying and systematically explaining, according to the scientific method proper to it, Catholic doctrine, derived with the greatest care from divine revelation; and of carefully seeking solutions to human problems in the light of that same revelation (Cf. Sap Chr Art.66.)
It recognizes its duty to assist the local Churches in the challenging dialogue between faith and culture, between the Church and human society, between the Kingdom of God and the temporal realities through which the human family moves towards its final destiny. It has a role to play in implementing for Eastern Africa the dynamism of the Second Vatican Council. It has taken note of new developments since the approval of the Statutes of the Faculty of Theology by the Congregation for Catholic Education (Cf. Prot.N.279/81/E/107.)