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Overview

Carolina College of Biblical Studies exists to disciple Christ-followers, through biblical higher education, for a lifetime of effective servant leadership. Non-degree seeking students who take a prescribed series of courses may receive a Certificate.  Most classes can be done on campus or online.

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21 Hours or Less

Low Course Fee

On Campus or Online

What can you study?

APOLOGETICS CERTIFICATE

21 UNDERGRADUATE HOURS

  • Introduction to Apologetics
  • Christian Apologetics to Islam 
  • Apologetic Systems 
  • Problems in Contemporary Apologetics 
  • Worldviews
  • Logic & Critical Thinking
  • Philosophy of Hermeneutics, or Great Thinkers
BIBLE TRANSLATION CERTIFICATE

15 GRADUATE HOURS

  • History of Bible Translation
  • Translation Methodology I
  • Translation Methodology II
  • Contemporary Issues in Bible Translation
  • Field Methods

This is a graduate certificate and can be done online only.

BIBLICAL COUNSELING CERTIFICATE

21 UNDERGRADUATE HOURS

  • Introduction to Biblical Counseling
  • Methods of Biblical Counseling
  • How to Counsel Practicum
  • Plus any 4 BCO courses
BIBLICAL STUDIES CERTIFICATE

21 UNDERGRADUATE HOURS

  • How to Study the Bible
  • Plus any 6 Bible/Theology/PS courses
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Tuition and Fees:

  • $40 application fee
  • $300 per course
  • Course textbooks are not included in the costs.

Admission Requirements:

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How to Apply

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Sometimes it’s easier to get a feel for a college by coming on campus. We’d love for you to stop by and visit CCBS in person! If you would like to meet with our Admissions Team, we’d be glad to arrange that as well. Call us at (910) 323-5614.

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The Admissions Office is here to help answer all of your questions about our undergraduate and graduate degree programs.  If you need help along the way, please email us at admissions@ccbs.edu or call 910-323-5614.

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After completing an application, students must request official transcripts from all post-secondary schools. Transcripts must be mailed to the campus. Official electronic transcripts can be sent to admissions@ccbs.edu.

Students attending on campus will need to provide their immunization record.