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The College of Education is a unique program designed to train educators from Christian worldview so they can teach students from the same perspective. CCU is committed to raise up a vibrant generation through the ministry of Christian education as a way to reach the world with the glory of God. We believe God is using the Christian school during these last days as a way to offer students a Biblical understanding so they can stand strong. If you are looking for a teacher training program that targets the heart of the gospel, challenges the mind to think, and trains you with research based strategies, CCU may be for you.

Rationale

The College of Education at Calvary Chapel University exists to train up leaders to serve and lead in Christian schools throughout the world. The College accomplishes this by equipping students with knowledge, understanding, and skills in light of scriptural truth. Students in the COE will learn practical teaching skills as they are exposed to hands-on opportunities within a local Christian school. CCU seeks to produce job ready practitioners who are ready to make a difference wherever they are called.

Note: The institution does not offer any programs that lead to professional licensure. A graduate of programs offered at CCU is not eligible to sit for licensure exams within the United States.”

Upon graduation, students may directly apply to ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International) for a certificate to teach in Chritian schools, but CCU does not offer certification toward public school assignments.

Bachelor of Arts in Christian Education (120 Units)

Specializations:
Elementary Education
Secondary Education

Master of Arts in Christian Education (36 Units)

Specializations:
Digital Instruction and Technology (12 credits)
Educational Leadership (12 credits)