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Undergraduate Programs

For a Lifetime of Effective Servant Leadership

Since 1973, students from around the country and different parts of the world have been coming to our campus to learn in a unique, Christ-centered academic environment and to discover God’s call on their lives. Our graduates are spread across the world using their CCBS training to make a positive difference.

Our undergraduate academic curriculum integrates faith and learning in a scholarly environment that values the authority of Scripture, the supremacy of Jesus Christ, educational integrity, multi-ethnicity, and ministry capability. We offer a selection of certificates, associates of arts degrees, and bachelor of arts degrees with numerous specializations to disciple Christ-followers, through biblical higher education, for a lifetime of effective servant leadership.


Students Attended from
28+ States and 11 Countries


Student/Faculty Ratio


Employment Rate into Vocational Ministry after Graduation (national average is 87%)

Online Options

Get all the benefits of an education from CCBS by pursuing our online Bible degrees with the flexibility and convenience you need to maintain your personal, ministry, and career goals.
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How to Apply

consider a visit

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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submit documents

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.