Academics

Academics

The degrees following are granted by this institution and approved under the provisions of the California Education Code Section 94310. Christian Life College offers both Associate of Arts and a Bachelor of Arts degrees in the following programs:

  • Bible and Theology
  • Business Administration & Management
  • General Ministry
  • General Ministry with an emphasis in
      • Christian Media and Communication
      • Christian Music
      • Missiology (Missions)

Academic Catalogs

2016 – 2017 Academic Catalog
2015 – 2016 Academic Catalog
2014 – 2015 Academic Catalog
2013 – 2014 Academic Catalog
2012 – 2013 Academic Catalog

AA General Education Requirements:

For the AA degree, a minimum of 15-semester credits of general education courses is required, including all of the core GE requirements, plus at least one course in either the Humanities or Life Long Understanding and Development.

General education courses transferred from other institutions may be substituted for those specific courses listed below at the discretion of the academic committee. In making such substitutions the committee will consider the following:

  • courses in chemistry, biology, physics, astronomy, may be substituted for Natural Science courses below;
  • courses in the areas of history, sociology, anthropology, psychology, or political science may be substituted for Social Sciences courses below;
  • courses in music appreciation, art, foreign languages, or philosophy may be substituted for Humanities courses below;
  • courses in mathematics or statistics may be substituted for Quantitative Reasoning courses below;
  • courses in computer literacy, parenting, personality development, home finances, cross-cultural understanding, and other areas may be substituted for Life Long Understanding and Development courses below.

BA General Education Requirements:

For the BA degree a minimum of 30 semester credits of general education courses is required, including all of the following Communications courses, plus at least one course in the Natural Sciences, one course from the Social Sciences , one course in the Humanities , one course in Quantitative Reasoning, and one course in Life Long Understanding and Development.

General education courses transferred from other institutions may be substituted for those specific courses listed below at the discretion of the academic committee. In making such substitutions the committee will consider the following:

  • courses in chemistry, biology, physics, astronomy, may be substituted for Natural Science courses below;
  • courses in the areas of history, sociology, anthropology, psychology, or political science may be substituted for Social Sciences courses below;
  • courses in music appreciation, art, foreign languages, or philosophy may be substituted for Humanities courses below;
  • courses in mathematics or statistics may be substituted for Quantitative Reasoning courses below;
  • courses in computer literacy, parenting, personality development, home finances, cross-cultural understanding, and other areas may be substituted for Life Long Understanding and Development courses below.

Performance Fact Sheets:

Associates of Arts in Bible and Theology

Associates of Arts in General Ministry

Associates of Arts in Christian Music

Bachelors of Arts in Bible and Theology

Bachelors of Arts in General Ministry

Bachelors of Arts in Christian Music