INSTITUTIONAL OBJECTIVES

  1. For degree-seeking students there will be evidence in their growth of biblical knowledge as well as their ability to study and search the Scriptures for themselves with a historically correct hermeneutic reflecting the NCBC statement of faith.
  2. Students will evidence spiritual growth in their personal ministry within their home/family situation as well as their participation in serving their local faith community.
  3. All students will evidence an increased understanding of the person, actions, and manifestations of the Holy Spirit.
  4. All students, will provide evidence of a growth in their biblical knowledge as measured by the NCBC Biblical Assessment Profile at the end of their time of enrollment.
  5. Degreed students will evidence a strong ability to use an array of Bible study resources as made available in the Accordance 11 Advanced suite of materials and Galaxie Journal.
  6. The assessment of the outcome of enrollment at NCBC will be done in accord with the Standards and Evaluative Criteria Section 19.5 of NCBC Comprehensive Assessment Plan.


Associate of Arts in Biblical Studies
The Associate of Arts in Biblical Studies degree is a two-year degree offered to students for the purpose of providing an understanding of the primary doctrines of the Bible as well as a deep understanding of the life and ministry of Jesus Christ and a selected number of specific books of both the Old and New Testaments. General Ed requirements.
Required core classes: Life of Christ 1, Life of Christ 2, Spirit of God, Spirit of Man, Satanic Spirit.

  • General knowledge of the content of Scripture
  • Knowledge and skills for accurate Biblical interpretation and application to life situations.
  • Students will make decisions in doctrine, life, and ministry based on the foundation of the Bible.
  • Exhibit the Christian faith in contemporary culture, having developed a biblical worldview and apologetic for Christian values and conduct.

Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies
The Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies degree is a four-year degree offered to students for the purpose of providing the academic preparation for real life applications which allows students to think clearly, examine their Christian heritage, write distinctively, form a comprehensive biblical theology and worldview and to communicate the gospel effectively. Classroom lectures and interaction, study times, and research and writing provide the challenge necessary to expand the students’ biblical theology which results in a profound appreciation for creation, life, and truth. The degree program operates on a quarter system of three twelve-week terms per academic year from September through June. The Bachelor’s Degree qualifies graduates to pursue further theological or ministerial training at a Seminary.


Required core classes. Life of Christ 1, Life of Christ 2, Spirit of God, Spirit of Man, Satanic Spirit Genesis, Life of David, Acts, Hermeneutics.

  • Substantial knowledge of the content of Scripture
  • Knowledge and skills for accurate Biblical interpretation and application to life situations.
  • Students will make decisions in doctrine, life, and ministry based on the foundation of the Bible.
  • Exhibit the Christian faith in contemporary culture, having developed a biblical worldview and apologetic for Christian values and conduct.
  • Students will demonstrate critical thinking skills regarding issues in contemporary culture under the
  • Develop meaningful research and writing skills and considerable use of a suite of Bible research tools.