We offer three programs, Bachelor of Biblical Studies, Associate in Theology, and a Certificate of Completion program for you to choose from as detailed below.
Bachelor of Biblical Studies
The Bachelor of Biblical Studies is a two-year program for students who have completed an Associate of Arts degree or higher-level degree at another college. Acceptance is conditional upon submission of official college Transcripts which show evidence of their earned degree, and a copy of that schools catalog. The Bachelor of Biblical Studies degree consists of 80 semester credits earned at CCBC, combined with the Associate of Arts degree or higher.
Associate in Theology
The Associate in Theology is a two-year program intended for students who have completed high school, a G.E.D. Program, or the equivalent. Students must take all the required courses at Calvary Chapel Bible College and pass them with a grade of C- or better.
Certificate of Completion
The Certificate of Completion Program is a course of study intended for students who are not prepared for college-level academics or are not high school graduates. Some of the students who choose this program are those with learning disabilities or those for whom academics are extremely difficult. The spiritual training in this program is identical to that of the Associate in Theology and the Bachelor in Biblical Studies. In the Certificate Program, the students complete the courses on a Pass/Fail basis and this requires the student to attend classes 100% of the time and complete assignments to a passing standard. Students must receive a grade of 'P' in all classes.
Also a total of 80 credits must be earned by the student. Students walk through the graduation ceremony and receive the Certificate of Completion just as a degree student.
Students who desire to grow spiritually without earning credits may apply for the Audit Program. Audit students are not required to do homework and must attend class at least 70% of the time in order to receive the grade of Satisfactory Audit (AU). Audit students do not earn credit and do not earn a certificate or degree of any kind.