Specialization Learning Outcomes
In addition to General Education and Biblical Studies outcomes, those deriving from specialization in Biblical Leadership include knowing the word of God, and understanding leadership principles relative to planning, casting vision, staff selection, team building, and problem solving in order to impact their workplaces and communities for Christ.
To complete a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies with a specialization in Biblical Leadership, students must complete the following Course Requirements.
General Education Requirements
|BIB101||Introduction to the Old Testament||3|
|BIB102||Introduction to the New Testament||3|
|BIO102||Natural Science & Biology||3|
|ENG101||Writing & Research||3|
|HIS111||Introduction to Church History||3|
|APO212||Introduction to Islam||3|
|ART101||Visual & Performing Arts||3|
Total Credits: 60
Bible and Specialization Requirements
|APO201||Introduction to Apologetics||3|
|THE401||Principles of Faith||3|
|THE301||Doctrine of the Bible||3|
|BIB235||Daniel / Revelation||3|
|CBL201||Theology of Leadership||3|
|CBL261||Biblical Problem Solving||3|
|CBL271||The Heart of the Christian Leader||3|
Total Credits: 60
Course Requirements – Total Credits: 120
*Students may select any 3-credit undergraduate courses offered at CCU in fulfillment of the electives requirement.
Applicant’s skills and competencies to succeed in a distance education environment are assessed prior to acceptance via official transcripts, the online application, and required admission materials including a personal testimony to determine spiritual readiness.
Online Instructional Methods
Courses are disseminated 100% online through Populi.com. This program will use instructional methods such as, but not limited to: video lectures, reading and writing assignments, discussion boards, quizzes, and tests.
Online Grading Practices
Final tests or examinations are course specific and assessed with a rubric. Passing grades are determined by each instructor and stated in the course syllabus. Within 48 hours of submitting assignments, work is evaluated and a grade is posted in the online course grade book. Students have access to view their personal grades at any time. There is no mailing of institutional responses or evaluations of students’ work. All grading and communication with students is conducted within Populi, the online operating system.
CCU awards a diploma to students who are in good standing upon the satisfactory completion of all degree requirements, as listed in the University Catalog for the year during which the student first enrolled.
To be eligible for a diploma, a student must:
- Complete the approved program through Calvary Chapel University
- A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00
- Meet all University financial obligations.
Note: No grade below a C- will be applied toward a degree program at Calvary Chapel University. Please submit a Graduation Application to the Registrar’s Office at the beginning of the final semester. In order for you to receive your diploma all financial obligations must be met.