Academic Requirements »

All diplomas are granted by Calvary Chapel Bible College Murrieta. CCBC Italy conforms to all the academic requirements as established by the main campus. Three programs are offered: Bachelor of Biblical Studies, Associate in Theology, and a Certificate of Completion.

Bachelor of Biblical Studies: The Bachelor of Biblical Studies is a two-year program for students who have completed an Associate of Arts degree or higher-level degree at another college. Acceptance is conditional upon submission of official college Transcripts which show evidence of their earned degree, and a copy of that schools catalog. The Bachelor of Biblical Studies degree consists of 80 semester credits earned at CCBC, combined with the Associate of Arts degree or higher.

Associates in Theology: The Associate in Theology is a two-year program intended for students who have completed high school, a G.E.D. Program, or the equivalent. Students must take all the required courses at Calvary Chapel Bible College and pass them with a grade of C- or better.

Graduation Requirements »

80 semester credits or more are required to graduate. Out of 80 these credits, there are specific classes the student must complete in order to meet the graduation requirements. The student can accomplish this in two years by enrolling in 20 semester units or more per semester. The Bible College recommends taking classes according to the semester schedule as outlined.
A $50 graduation fee, paid directly to CCBC Murrieta, is due at the time you file a petition to graduate.



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