Degree Programs

 

Degree Programs

Calvary Chapel Chino Valley Bible College is pleased to act as a channel for students to pursue a degree either with CCBC, Murrieta, CC Golden Springs, or CC Bible College, Europe.

 

Associate of Arts in Biblical Studies (A.A.B.S.)

This program is offered to students who have earned a high school diploma or GED. Graduation requirements are contingent on the program in which the student will select to graduate from.

 

Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies (B.A.B.S.) - Unaccredited

This program is designed for students who have received an A.A. degree from a U.S. Department of Education recognized, accredited college. However, if a student has not completed their A.A. degree the units already earned can potentially be used toward a B.A. degree after review by the appropriate Registrar’s office.

 

Bachelor of Arts in Theology - Accredited

The director of Calvary Chapel Bible College, Europe has extended an invitation for any interested affiliate CCBC campus to partner with them in an effort to help students earn an accredited bachelor's degree in Theology, which has been recognized and validated by our U.S. government and schools. This three-year program is designed to equip students with a biblical foundation for following and serving the Lord, and discipleship.

The program is approved by the Ministry of Education and Culture in the Republic of Hungary, which is a member of the European Higher Education unit. CCBCE has reported that graduates from the program have been able to continue on towards a Master’s degree at various colleges, and have been able to find employment in various fields.

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2017 Fall Semester Class Schedule and Descriptions

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CL111 Chapel (1 credit)*
The Chapel Service is intended to give students and staff an opportunity to worship and fellowship together. The Chapel Service is an opportunity to worship, receive a teaching from the Word, fellowship, and be built up in one’s faith.

CM199 Practical Christian Ministry (1 credit) *
Students serve in various ministries or helping with various tasks on campus alongside fellow students, servants, and staff, applying the practical aspects of Christianity and servanthood as they learn to follow Christ. Four semesters of Practical Christian Ministry are required for graduation. Students must serve four hours a week under a pastor’s supervision.

OT301 Old Testament Survey I: Genesis-Job (3 credits)*
The C2000 Series MP3s are recordings of Pastor Chuck Smith’s “Through the Bible” messages delivered at Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa. Students will study the bible verse-by-verse from Genesis through Job by listening to the expository messages, answering the study questions in the course guide, and writing down personal notes from the teachings. There are 88 messages for this course, at an average length of about an hour per message. This course should give students a broad and deep understanding of God’s Word, which will strengthen their relationship with God and help them understand His will for their lives.

OT302 Old Testament Survey II: Psalms-Malachi (3 credits)*
The C2000 Series MP3s are recordings of Pastor Chuck Smith’s “Through the Bible” messages delivered at Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa. Students will study the bible verse-by-verse from Psalms through Malachi by listening to the expository messages, answering the study questions in the course guide, and writing down personal notes from the teachings. There are 87 messages for this course, at an average length of about an hour per message. This course should give students a broad and deep understanding of God’s Word, which will strengthen their relationship with God and help them understand His will for their lives.

NT301 New Testament Survey I: Matthew-Acts (3 credits)*
The C2000 Series MP3s are recordings of Pastor Chuck Smith’s “Through the Bible” messages delivered at Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa. Students will study the bible verse-by-verse from Matthew through Acts by listening to the expository messages, answering the study questions in the course guide, and writing down personal notes from the teachings. There are 87 messages for this course, at an average length of about an hour per message. This course should give students a broad and deep understanding of God’s Word, which will strengthen their relationship with God and help them understand His will for their lives.

NT302 New Testament Survey II: Romans-Revelation (3 credits)*
The C2000 Series MP3s are recordings of Pastor Chuck Smith’s “Through the Bible” messages delivered at Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa. Students will study the Bible verse-by-verse from Romans through Revelation by listening to the expository messages, answering the study questions in the course guide, and writing down personal notes from the teachings. There are roughly 87 messages for this course, at an average length of about an hour per message. This course should give students a broad and deep understanding of God’s Word, which will strengthen their relationship with God and help them understand His will for their lives.

OT310 Genesis (3 credits)
This class will be structured in the following three segments: learning about 1) the author of Genesis; 2) the time of Genesis; and 3) the Blue Print of Genesis. Upon successful completion of this course students will have learned about the beginning of the Bible, and how God’s promises then apply to our lives today. The hope is to have students understand the wonder of God, be transformed by His word, and become more like Him.

TH363 Apologetics (2 credits)
The course will consist of an examination and evaluation of the overall argument for the truthfulness of Christianity. Emphasis will be given to the nature of truth, the existence of God, evil, hell, the reliability of the Bible, archaeology, the deity of Christ, the resurrection of Christ, and other elements that comprise the core doctrines of Christianity.

LA353 New Testament Greek I (2 credits)
This course is a general overview of New Testament Greek grammar and syntax. We will begin translating from Greek to English during the second class, learning grammar, syntax, exegesis, and diagramming. There is little memorization required in this course because we focus on using tools like Greek-English Interlinear and Analytical Lexicons. Upon successful completion of this course, the student should know many common New Testament Greek words and have a sufficient understanding of Greek to start to read the Greek New Testament. Students will learn the benefits and limitations of Greek study aids and be able to understand some of the reasons that translations differ.

LA355 New Testament Greek II (2 credits)
This course is a continuation of the general overview and introduction into Greek grammar and syntax. New Testament Greek I is a prerequisite to this class. The class exercises will prepare the student to complete the assigned homework. The two courses (Greek I and Greek II) are roughly equivalent to the first year of Greek at a typical Christian college. Upon successful completion of this course, the student should know many common New Testament Greek words, and have a sufficient understanding of Greek grammar to start to read the Greek New Testament. Students will learn the benefits and limitations of Greek study aids and understand some of the reasons that translations differ. After New Testament Greek I and II are complete the student should be prepared to read the New Testament for the rest of his life with increased speed and understanding as he continues to read.

NT356 The Book of Romans (3 credits)
This class is a verse-by-verse study using the Apostle Paul’s question-and-answer format for systematic doctrine, but with an emphasis on its significance for practical exhortation toward Christian living. Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to understand and practically apply Paul’s overarching message in the book of Romans; comprehend and be able to explain each section of Romans using sound hermeneutical practices; utilize a study method that will equip students to profit from all Scripture; and appreciate the righteousness of God in contrast to the sinfulness of man.

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