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Undergraduate Programs

 

 

 

The undergraduate academic curriculum at Charlotte Christian College and Theological Seminary is divided into two levels:

  1. Associate of Arts Program
  2. Bachelor of Arts Program

Additionally, the curriculum is divided into four academic divisions sometimes called departments:

  1. Biblical Studies – Languages, Old Testament, New Testament and Theology.
  2. General Studies – Core Academic studies in English, Mathematics, Social Sciences, Church History and Humanities.
  3. Pastoral Studies – Pastoral Ministries
  4. Urban Studies – Counseling, Christian Education, Church Planting, Cross-Cultural Studies, Youth and Music.

These four educational departments are unique and special in their individual task but are unified and committed in purpose as a body to fulfill the Great Commission.

 

NEW STUDENT SEMINAR

All new undergraduate students admitted to CCCTS for academic study are required to enroll and successfully complete, (receive a final grade of “C” or higher), GS130 New Student Seminar during their first semester of enrollment. During New Student Seminar, students will receive personal assessment for academic skills in research and English, computer skills and word-processing, and on-line research. In addition, students will learn the student academic support system called Populi, learn how to use the CCCTS media resources and educational consortium, and the required method of research writing foundations, (Turabian, latest edition).

 

ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS

The 66-semester credit hour program of study offers two different tracks. The student entering the Associate of Arts Degree Program is able to choose from two options for this degree: the Associate of Arts in Biblical Studies or the Associate of Arts in Urban Christian Ministry. Students wishing to further their studies may use the Associate of Arts degree as a stepping stone to the Bachelor of Arts degree.

 

The learning outcomes of the Associate of Arts in Biblical Studies Program are…

  1. To identify and understand basic terms and concepts in the biblical studies disciplines.
  2. To analyze and evaluate methods, interpretations, and difficulties in the biblical studies disciplines.
  3. To synthesize and integrate concepts and habits from the biblical studies disciplines into life, worship, and specific
    contexts within urban ministry.

The goal for the graduate of the AABS is to go on to a BA in Biblical Studies or, secondarily, to become involved in a lower
paid leadership position within a church ministry setting

 

Associate of Arts in Biblical Studies

 

The learning outcomes of the Associate of Arts in Urban Christian Ministries Program are…

  1. To identify and understand basic and intermediate terms and concepts in Urban Christian Studies
  2. To analyze and evaluate systemic issues that plague and prevent the empowerment of urban communities.
  3. To synthesize and integrate concepts and structures from Urban Christian Studies into empowering and sustaining
    community.

The goal for the graduate of the AAUCM is to go on to a BA in Urban Christian Ministries or, secondarily, to become involved
in a lower paid leadership position within a church ministry setting.

 

Associate of Arts in Urban Christian Ministries

 

 

BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMS

The 128 semester credit hour program of study provides flexibility for serious minded students. The student entering the Bachelor of Arts Degree Program is able to choose from three (3) options for this degree. The Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies offers three (3) concentrations to choose from and the Bachelor of Arts in Urban Christian Ministries offers six (6) concentrations to choose from. The Bachelor of Arts in Pastoral Studies stands alone.

 

The learning outomes of the Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies Program are…

  1. To identify and understand basic and intermediate terms and concepts in the biblical studies disciplines.
  2. To analyze and evaluate methods, interpretations, and difficulties in the biblical studies disciplines.
  3. To synthesize and integrate concepts and habits from the biblical studies disciplines into life, worship, and specific
    contexts within urban ministry.

The educational goal of the BABS program is to prepare students for leadership in church teaching settings, mission field
work, or to serve as a basis for ongoing education.

 

Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies concentration in Bible
Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies concentration in Biblical Languages
Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies concentration in Theology

 

The learning outcomes of the Bachelor of Arts in Urban Christian Ministries Program are…

  1. To identify and understand basic and intermediate terms and concepts in Urban Christian Studies.
  2. To analyze and evaluate systemic issues that plague and prevent the empowerment of urban communities.
  3. To synthesize and integrate concepts and structures from Urban Christian Studies into empowering and sustaining
    community.

The educational goal of the BAUCM program is to prepare students for employment in church teaching settings, mission field
work, or to serve as a basis for ongoing education.

 

Bachelor of Arts in Urban Christian Ministries concentration in Christian Education

Bachelor of Arts in Urban Christian Ministries concentration in Church Planting

Bachelor of Arts in Urban Christian Ministries concentration in Counseling

Bachelor of Arts in Urban Christian Ministries concentration in Cross-Cultural Studies

Bachelor of Arts in Urban Christian Ministries concentration in Sacred Music

Bachelor of Arts in Urban Christian Ministries concentration in Youth Ministry

 

The learning outcomes of the Bachelor of Arts in Pastoral Studies Program are…

  1. To demonstrate one’s own personal faith in Christ by the use of spiritual disciplines and by the articulation of his or her spiritual journey.
  2. To demonstrate the ability to apply the Bible, biblical languages, and proper hermeneutics within contemporary urban ministerial contexts.
  3. To analyze and evaluate methods, interpretations, and historical difficulties in the historical and theological disciplines.
  4. To synthesize and integrate concepts and practical skills, such as leadership, communication, spiritual direction, and
    administration into real-life ministry settings.

The educational goal of the BAPS program is to prepare students for employment in church ministry settings, mission fieldwork, or to serve as a basis for ongoing education. It is the ideal undergraduate major for students preparing for the pastorate
and the Master of Divinity degree.

 

Bachelor of Arts in Pastoral Studies

 

 

 

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Wednesday 10/4/17
Last Day for D.Min. Term 1A
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Fall DL1 Exams
Sunday 10/22/17
Last Day for Fall DL1
Monday 10/23/17
First Day of Fall DL2

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Nancy McNamara

Registrar and Director of International Students

PO Box 790106

Charlotte, NC 28206-7901

Phone: 704-334-6882 (x103)

Fax: 704-334-6885

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