Colorado Christian University prides itself on offering multiple degree programs including associate’s degrees, bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees and even certificates of study. More and more students are choosing a multiple degree path, which means they start with a certificate program or an associate’s degree program and work their way up into the bachelor’s program and eventually a master’s degree. If you already have a bachelor’s degree, this multiple degree path would not be necessary, unless you were changing careers and wanted to start at the very beginning of your new field’s educational path.
Online bachelor’s degrees are especially appealing to busy adults who may have full-time jobs and full- or part-time family responsibilities. Thousands of students have earned their online degrees from CCU without ever having stepped foot on campus! Online degree programs allow the flexibility to study at your own leisure, and with evening and weekend classes offered, you won’t have to miss work to pursue your degree. Faculty members are very understanding and accommodating when it comes to working with adult students who have jobs and families, and small class sizes allow for a great deal of individualized attention.
Undergraduate Certificate Programs
If you choose the multiple degree path, you may have to start at the Undergraduate Certificate Program level. CCU’s College of Adult and Graduate Studies offers a number of certificates that allow you to develop key competencies in specific subjects. All CCU certificate programs consist of four courses for a total of twelve credit hours. CCU offers the following undergrad certificates:
- Biblical Studies
- Criminal Justice
- Health Care Administration
- Project Management (CCU has been reviewed and approved as a provider of project management training by the Project Management Institute (PMI)®.
CCU courses are taught from a Christian worldview, emphasizing how your personal values and ethics can impact your undergraduate or graduate studies, your life and your work. To learn more about admissions information, please contact the University or start by reading Adult Undergraduate Admissions and Graduate Admissions.