Three New Associate Degrees at CCU

Jul 13, 2012

Three new associate degreesColorado Christian University has expanded its degree offerings by adding three associate degree programs to its program. Classes for each of the three associate degree programs are available online and at CCU's Regional Centers. Small class sizes allow for individualized learning and more collaboration amongst classmates and instructors. Professors are also professionals in the field in which they teach. Students take one course at a time; classroom-based courses meet one night a week for five weeks (no Friday night classes).

Exciting New Associate Degree Programs at CCU

Associate of Science in Business Administration is a two-year degree program that combines a faith-based liberal arts education with business coursework. Students will receive an overview of topics such as accounting, finance, marketing, management and computer information systems. Values and ethical leadership are core aspects of each of the courses in this new associate degree program at CCU. One very exciting aspect of CCU's new Associate Degree programs is that they can be completed in two years or less. The AS in Business Administration requires 60 credit hours (18 in major, 39 in general education and 3 in electives). You can transfer up to 45 credit hours from a regionally accredited institution. This program is especially designed for adult students busy with work and family responsibilities and courses can be taken online or at the CCU campuses. To learn more, please contact an Enrollment Counselor at the College of Adult and Graduate Studies Center nearest you if you have questions or would like to talk to someone about admission to Colorado Christian University.

Associate of Science in Psychology is also a two-year program that requires 60 credit hours total with 18 being in the major, 39 in general education and 3 in electives. This associate degree program will provide the student an introduction to the field of psychology with courses being taught from a Christian worldview. Students will be challenged to integrate their faith into the study of human behavior; critical and creative thinking will be encouraged in all coursework for this associate's degree.

Associate of Arts in Biblical Studies combines a liberal arts education with an intro to Biblical studies, theology and Christian doctrine. Christian values are emphasized in all coursework, and spiritual growth and evolution (developing a Christ-centered character) is a running theme in all courses in this associate degree program. This degree will prepare you for various ministry positions and social service positions, and it will help prepare you for a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies.

To learn more about these associate degrees at CCU and other programs, please view the CCU Adult Undergraduate & Graduate Degree Programs page.

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