1.Master of Divinity (MDiv)

The Master of Divinity, a three-year course of 96 credits, is the professional degree which provides the most comprehensive graduate education in the various interrelated theological and practical disciplines. Students are encouraged to enroll in this program to enter professional ministry vocations, and to enter academic careers of teaching and writing in biblical and theological disciplines.
The program also serves as the foundational degree to prepare students for further studies and preparations for vocations in research, teaching and writing in biblically related fields. CCU seeks to maintain a healthy balance in the program among the biblical, theological, historical and practical studies. These are integrated in such a way that the various aspects of ministry may be performed from a sound biblical and theological perspective.

2. Bachelor of Theology (BTh)

The Bachelor of Theology, a four-year course of 160 credits, is a baccalaureate degree program which is primarily designed for the foundation of professional ministry vocations. The program also serves as the foundational degree to prepare students for further studies.


3. Bachelor of Religious Education (BRE)

Bachelor of Religious Education, a two-year course of 52 credits, is designed for a student who holds a baccalaureate degree from an approved institution, and who would like to study the word of God on a part-time basis. This program includes a comprehensive introduction of Christian theology, biblical studies, historical theology, and practical theology.

4. Bachelor of Ministry (BMin)

Bachelor of Ministry, a two-year course of 80 credits, is primarily designed for professional ecclesiastical ministry.

5. Diploma in Theology (DipTh)

Diploma of Theology, a four-year program of 160 credits, is primarily designed for the foundation of professional ministry. With a vision to upgrade the College to have higher degree programs, CCU stopped the Diploma in Theology program in 2009. However, because of the member churches’ demand, it was reopened in 2013.

6.Master of Arts in Christian Studies (MACS)

Master of Arts in Christian Studies, a two years course of 64 credit, is designed for a student or layman who holds a baccalaureate degree from an approved institution, and who would like to study the word of God on a part-time basis. This program includes a comprehensive introduction of Christian theology, biblical studies, historical theology, and practical theology.