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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 yet are unified and committed in purpose as a body to fulfill the Great Commission.

 

In some of the undergraduate degree programs, you will see either a single asterisk (*) or a double asterisk (**) prior to the course title in the listing. See below for the meaning:

 

*Either one of the two courses will fulfill the concentration requirement.
**Humanities electives are from the following:
 

Music: must take one from this column
GS 232 Music Appreciation (3)
GS 239 Arts in Worship (3)
CM 233 Hymnology* (3)
*Where required in Curriculum Concentration, choose from one of the first two courses.
Literature: must take one from this column
GS 235 American Literature (3)
GS 236 British Literature (3)
GS 237 Poetry in Literature (3)
GS 238 Biblical Literature (3)

 

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 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 goals of the Associate of Arts in Urban Christian Ministries Program are...

  1. To understand the basic historical and theological dimensions of the Christian faith. (H)
  2. To participate in a field specific, cross-cultural mission to develop the skills and commitment to minister in the urban setting. (I)
  3. To demonstrate love for God and His Word to cultivate the practice of spiritual maturity and Christ-like character, with appreciation and sensitivity to the cultural, religious, and social contexts of the peoples of the world. (M)

The goals of the Associate of Arts in Biblical Studies Program are...

  1. To gain a comprehensive knowledge of the Old and New Testaments and their interrelationship. (H)
  2. To gain skill in interpreting individual Bible passages in their historical and theological context. (I)
  3. To gain a systematic understanding of Christian theology that is both firmly rooted in the Scriptures and that can be effectively related to and communicated to today's world. (M)
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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 two (2) options for this degree. Each of the two options has five (5) concentrations (majors). Each bachelor degree requires six (6) hours of humanities electives divided into two (2) groups: Group I offerings are in the area of music and Group II offerings are in the area of Literature. Students are encouraged to make their selection of electives according to their interests and degree emphasis. Advisement is available for student and academic concerns.

 

The programmatic goals of the Bachelor of Arts in Urban Christian Ministries Programs are...

  1. To understand the basic historical and theological dimensions of the Christian faith. (H)
  2. To participate in a field specific, cross-cultural mission to develop the skills and commitment to minister in the urban setting. (I)
  3. To demonstrate love for God and His Word to cultivate the practice of spiritual maturity and Christ-like character, with appreciation and sensitivity to the cultural, religious, and social contexts of the peoples of the world.

The programmatic goals of the Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies Programs are...

  1. To gain a comprehensive knowledge of the Old and New Testaments and their interrelationship. (H)
  2. To gain skill in interpreting individual Bible passages in their historical and theological context. (I)
  3. To gain a systematic understanding of Christian theology that is both firmly rooted in the Scriptures and that can be effectively related to and communicated to today's world. (M)

Degrees

Key Deadlines

for Academics

Monday 10/6/14
Week of Mid-Term Exams
Sunday 10/12/14
Last Day of Distance Learning Session One
Monday 10/13/14
First Day of Distance Learning Session Two
Fall Break (On Campus Student ONLY)
Tuesday 10/14/14
Last Day to Drop/Add Distance Learning Session Two
Monday 10/20/14
Early Spring 2015 Registration (Date Subject to Change)
Friday 10/31/14
All Tuition Due
Friday 11/7/14
Late Registration Begins
Thursday 11/27/14 - Friday 11/28/14
Campus Closed - Thanksgiving
Monday 12/1/14
Final Exams / Last Day of Semester

 

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Office of Registration

Anne Witt

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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