A. Entrance Requirements

Any person applying to study at CCU must meet the requirements as given below for each program.

  • Any applicant, who is taking theology courses, must be a baptized Christian and recommended by a responsible church and Association leaders.
  • Any Applicant as a transfer student must submit a transcript from his or her previous school(s) and letter of recommendation from the principal of the former school.
  • Any person who has a Basic Education High School pass certificate or the equivalent is eligible for BTh, BA (English), BBA, and BSS programs.
  • Any person who has a degree from any government university, or a BTh degree from any recognized Bible School, or a BAE or BBA degree from CCU is eligible for BRE and MDiv programs.
  • Any person who has a degree from a government college or university, or a BTh degree from any recognized Bible School, or a BAE degree from CCU may be admitted to BBA second year.
  • Any person who has passed grade 9 is eligible for the DipTh program.
  • Any person who has at least a DipTh or the equivalent is eligible for the BMin program.
  • There shall be entrance examinations for BTh and MDiv candidates, and only those who pass may be allowed to attend.
  • A student who has completed the DipTh program and passed the 10th standard may be admitted to the third-year BTh course as a mature student, and he or she shall be required to sit for first and second years BTh examinations.

B. Period of Study and Course Credits Required

  • No consideration is extended to the student who fails to complete his/her study within the duration of study fixed.
  • Durations of studies for BTh, BAE, BBA, and DipTh programs are four years, and in case of a student failing to complete within four years he/she must complete in eight years.
  • Durations of studies for MDiv program shall be three years and in case of a student failing to complete in three years he or she must complete within six years.
  • Duration of studies for BMin and BRE program are two years, and in case of a student failing to complete in two years he/ she must complete within four years.
  • The number of course credits and time required for graduation are as follows:

BTh, DipTh, BAE, BBA:        160 credit hours, 4 years

MDiv: 96 credit hours, 3 years

BRE: 50 credit hours, 2 years (Part-time)

BMin: 80 credit hours, 2 years (Full-time)

C. Registration and Admission Procedure

  • The academic year of the University, divided into two semesters, is from June to March. The first (from June to September) and second (from November to March) semesters each have 16 weeks including examination periods.
  • Only those submitting application forms in full may be admitted to the University (Form in full means attached recommendations from mother church and association along with other requirements mentioned in the form).
  • There are entrance examinations for BTh and MDiv applicants.  Those who pass the exams are allowed to enrol in the programs.

D. Examination

  • Examination plays an important role ina student’s academic standing. However, a student’s achievement is not based only on examination. A student’s character development, spiritual life, attitude in learning and spirit of service are all taken into account.
  • The school uses the alphabetic grading system. Each alphabet letter grade is equivalent to a certain grade point and percentage.

The equivalent in grade points is as follows:

A+ =    4.00 =   100-97

A   =     3.7   =   96-93

A- =     3.00 =   92-89

B+ =     2.7   =   88-86

B   =     2.5   =   85-82

B- =      2.3   =   81-78

C+ =     2.00 =   77-74

C   =     1.7   =   73-70

C- =      1.3   =   70-

 

No degree will be conferred if a student total grade point average falls below 1.7.

 

Student Grade Point Average: the Grade Point Average indicates a student academic standing and is calculated as follows:

i. Total Points

A+ = 4.00 x Course credit hours = Total Points

A   = 3.7   x Course credit hours = Total Point

= 3.00 x Course credit hours = Total Points

B+ = 2.7   x Course credit hours = Total Point

B   = 2.5   x Course credit hours = Total Points

= 2.3   x Course credit hours = Total Points

C+ = 2.00  x Course credit hours = Total Points

C   = 1.7    x Course credit hours = Total Points

= 1.3    x Course credit hours = Total Points

 

ii. Grade Point Average (GPA)

The grade point average is obtained by dividing the total points by the total number of credit hours.

Total Points % Credit hours = GPA

Example:

Course Grade

Grade

Pts.Course

Credit

Total

NT Theology

A

3.7 x

3

11.1

OT Theology

A-

3 x

3

9

Greek I

B+

2.7x

2

5.4

Total

8

25.5

     GPA (Grading Point Average) = 25.5 % 8 = 3.19

  • Pass mark is 70% for BTh, MDiv and BRE programs, and only if the cumulative average for each subject is 80% (or B-) the student shall be conferred a degree.
  • Pass mark is 60% for DipTh and BMin programs, and only if the cumulative average for each subject is 70% the student shall be conferred a certificate.
  • Pass mark for BAE and BBA programs is 50%.
  • Pass mark in English subject for BTh, MDiv, DipTh, and Bmin programs, which shall not be included in accumulated marks, is 50%.
  • If the student fails in two subjects he or she is to sit for supplementary examinations, and if he or she fails again he or she shall write academic papers assigned by the subject teachers within the duration of candidacy. 
  • Failure in three or more subjects is deemed failure of the course.

E. Thesis and Viva Voce

  • A final year BTh student shall write a research paper, and MDiv and BRE students shall write a thesis in English.
  • A final year DipThstudent shall write a research paper in Burmese, or in English, or in Chin (Lai).
  • A final year BAE and BBA student shall write a project paper in English.
  • Any BTh research paper or MDiv thesis shall be an academic one.
  • Any research paper and thesis shall be graded as a subject.
  • A BAE or BBA research shall contain 2500 atleast and 3000 words at most.
  • A BTh or DipTh research paper shall contain 5000 words at least and 8000 words at most.
  • An MDiv or BRE thesis shall contain 8000 words at least and 12000 words at most.
  • A final year BMin student shall write an academic term paper containing 2000 words at least.
  • Submission of a draft or final copy of a research paper or thesis shall be as fixed in the University calendar.
  • A student failing to submit a research paper or thesis in accordance with theUniversity calendar shall not be conferred a degree.
  • The CCU manual for Thesis, Research and Term papers must be consulted in writing a research paper or a thesis.
  • There shall be a viva-voce test on research paper and thesis.

F. Field Education and Internship

  • In order to be able to put learning to practice as necessary in the church every student from second year BTh, second year DipThand second year MDiv classes is given fieldwork assignments to churches throughout the academic year, which is graded as a subject.
  • In order to become acquainted with the nature of the church as a job-training, every student from third year BTh, third year DipTh and second year MDiv classes is required to undergo an internship program at a church chosenby the University for one and a half months, which is graded as a subject.
  • In order to be able to put learning to practice, every student from third year BAE and third year BBA classes is to undergo Service Learning Program in a community chosen by the University for one and a half months, which is graded as a subject.

Awards, Scholarships and Sponsorships

A. CCU has the following Awards: (in 2017)                        

  1. 17 Friends Forever Award
  2. 2016 Class BAE Award
  3. Alumni Award
  4. CACC Award
  5. CCC Award
  6. David Van Bik Award
  7. HBA Award
  8. Hornbill Award
  9. Hrangzel-kim Award
  10. MDiv first batch Award
  11. Tial Fam Bor Award

B. CCU has the following Scholarships: (in 2017)

  1. Chin Baptist Churches, USA
  2. Chin Evangelical Baptist Church, Indianapolis, USA
  3. David Van Bik Foundation Scholarships
  4. David Za Hre Lian Memorial Scholarships
  5. Friends of Myanmar Governing Board Scholarship
  6. Johnson Memorial Scholarships
  7. Myanmar Mission Scholarship
  8. Rev Dr & Mrs Thla Awr Bawihrin Scholarship

C. CCU has the following Sponsorships: (in 2017)

  1. Australia Zophei Church, Melbourne, Australia
  2. Bethel Baptist Church (Women Fellowship), Dallas, USA
  3. Bethel Baptist Church (Women Fellowship), Hakha
  4. Carson Baptist Church, Milwaukee, USA
  5. Carson Chin Baptist Church (Women Fellowship), Iowa, USA
  6. Chin Baptist Churches, (Women Fellowship), USA
  7. Chin Christian Church of Houston, Dallas, USA
  8. Cimnuai Christian Fellowship (Women Fellowship), Hakha
  9. Coff Harbour Chin Immanuel Church, Australia
  10. Emmanuel Chin Baptist Church (Women Fellowship), Columbus, Ohio, USA
  11. Emmanuel Chin Baptist Church (Youth Fellowship), Columbus, Ohio, USA
  12. Emmanuel Chin Baptist Church, Dallas, USA
  13. Jacksonville Chin Baptist Church, USA
  14. Lai Baptist Church (Youth Fellowship), Washington DC, USA
  15. Melbourne Chin Church (Women Fellowship), Australia
  16. Milwaukee Chin Baptist Church, USA
  17. Nuenberg Chin Christian Fellowship, Germany
  18. Seattle Chin Baptist Church, Washington, USA
  19. WACCC Women Fellowship, Perth, Australia
  20. Zophei Christian Church (Women Fellowship), Indianapolis, USA
  21. Pi Mang Kai & Family, Washington DC, USA
  22. Pu Biak Chum, London, United Kingdoms
  23. Pu Bual Lian Uk & Pi Ngun Hlawn Sung
  24. Pu Hram Tling, San Antonio, USA
  25. Pu Kaa Hmung, Denmark
  26. Pu Lam Ceu, New Zealand
  27. Pu Mang Hrin, USA
  28. Pu Biak Nawl & Pi Tial Tin Thai,
  29. Pu Sui Awi & Pi Ca Bor, Indianapolis, USA
  30. Pu Thawng Hi & Pi Far Sung, Ottawa, Canada
  31. Pu Thawng Hup Thang, USA
  32. Pu Tial Kung, Indianapolis, USA
  33. Pu Tin Hmung, Indiapolis, USA
  34. Pu Tommy Khamh Thawng, USA
  35. Rev Dr Hai Vung Lian, USA
  36. Rev Dr Mang Tiak, USA
  37. Rev Dr Shu Maung's Family, Australia
  38. Rev Lal Pek Lian, Hakha
  39. Rev Rung Ceu, Melbourne, Australia
  40.  

 

D. Scholarship Rules and Regulations

A Guide-line for Students’ Scholarships and Sponsorships is as follows:

(1) Academic performance and competency must be a top priority supported by the following facts in order.

  • An obedient and dutiful student will be given priority.
  • A student's contribution to CCU should also be considered.
  • A minister, a pastor's kid and family member, a family member
  • of full-time faculty and staff at CCU will also be given priority.
  • Two or more students from a family at CCU will also be on
  • specialconsideration.
  • A student's financial condition should also be considered.

(2) Withdrawal of Scholarships

  • A scholarship of any student warned by the President or faculty council or the Officer Council, and barred and expelled from the university for any reason is to be withdrawn.
  • A scholarship of any student failing a subject or more or of the repeater must be withdrawn.
  • A student, whose sponsorship is managed by the school, is to sign on the pledge with his/her respective pastor or church leader that  he/she shall refund the money he/she has used if he/she drops out of his/her study before graduating.
  • President, Dean of student affairs, Academic Dean, Registrar, Wardens, Chaplain andField Director will be responsible for nominating the recipients of scholarships.