Associate of Arts in General Education
The Associate of Arts in General Studies meets the general education requirements needed by most baccalaureate programs. Students can enter this program with no previous college experience. Upon completion of the degree, students can continue their education by enrolling in the Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies, Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management, Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems, or the Bachelor of Science in Leadership and Ministry.
Bachelor of Science in Leadership & Ministry
The Bachelor of Science in leadership & Ministry degree will help church leaders and members rise to a higher level of effectiveness in ministry. Students enrolled in the program will receive the following benefits:
- Extensive knowledge of the Bible and theology. Courses include: Life and Teachings of Jesus, Interpreting the Bible, Christian Doctrine, Pentateuch, Pastoral Epistles, Theology I, Romans, Theology II, Isaiah, Apologetics, Modern Cults, and Biblical Archeology.
- Deep understanding of several key areas of church ministry. Courses include: Principles and Practices of Teaching, Principles of Christian Counseling I, Educational Program of the Church, Principles of Christian Counseling II, Basic Church Growth, and Evangelism.
- Solid training to become an effective leader. Courses include: Principles of Management and Leadership Concepts.
Bachelor of Business Administration *New Spring 2014!
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration can prepare you for careers in multiple sectors, including retail, education, government and private business. Important skills, such as clear communication, decision making and organization, can set the cornerstone for a successful business career and higher salary.
The new Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Online Degree Program is designed to prepare graduates for challenging careers in business, industry, government and non-profit organizations.
It not only places a strong emphasis on business concepts, but students will also benefit from a solid business foundation through complementary courses in management, finance, technology, marketing and business law, as well as gain critical business thinking skills through operations management and strategic planning courses.
The program is designed to train students to become contributors in the workplace. Some of the many functions graduates will be able to perform include:
• Read and interpret financial reports, assist in the planning of business growth and profitability.
• Solve business challenges, maintain systems, analyze data and communicate results using business related computer applications.
• Judge appropriate ethical behaviors that follow the laws and regulations applicable to business practices.
• Integrate theory, knowledge and technology to interpret and analyze matters that involve business strategy and policy decisions within an organization.
• Aid decisions managers and perform multi-tasking requirements in the allocating of work schedules/requirements and organizational structural management within the work environment.
Prospective students may visit www.cbc.edu/online for more information or call 501-329-6873.