In order to graduate from Salvation Bible College (CCBC Nepal), each student must satisfactorily complete a minimum of 80 credits with course grades at C- or higher, attend 100% of their classes, participate in an evangelistic mission's trip, and fulfill serving requirements. There are several options for completing the two-year program as a full-time or part-time student:
1. Bachelor of Biblical Studies
A Bachelor of Biblical Studies is available to students who have already completed a Bachelor's Degree. The Bachelor's program is a 2-year, 80-unit program. The BBS consists of 60 semester credits of general education from an approved/accredited school combined with the 80 semester credits earned at CCBC.
2. Associate in Theology
The Associate degree in Theology offered is identical to the Bachelor of Biblical Studies program. The only difference lies in the level of education that the student begins the program with; the Associates degree is available to students who have completed High School. The Associates program is a 2-year, 80-unit program.
3. Certificate of Completion
We understand that some students are unable to provide sufficient records (i.e. High School Diploma). For these students we offer the Certificate of Completion. The student takes each class for credit and when they have completed the 80-unit program with a grade of a "C-" or better they will receive a certificate stating they have completed the program.
4. Audit Program
Auditing is designed for the student who desires to study for personal enrichment only. In order to receive an "AU" as a passing grade, a student may have no more than 3 absences. Homework, tests and any other assignments are not mandatory for the audit student; however, they are suggested for your personal benefit.
CCBC Nepal is affiliated with the main CCBC Campus located in Murrieta, California, USA. Therefore as an affiliate campus, CCBC Nepal is under the same graduation requirements, standards, and policy guidelines as the main campus.
Calvary Chapel Bible College meets the California State requirements for religious exemption pursuant to California Education Code Section 94739(b)(6), as verified by the Bureau for Private Post-secondary and Vocational Education (CCBC's school code is 3602671). When the Private Post-secondary and Vocational Education Reform Act was repealed, CCBC filed a formal agreement of voluntary compliance with the previous legislation. CCBC also voluntarily complies with State wishes for institutions to abide by the Code of Professional Standards for Private Post-secondary Schools and the Student Bill of Rights.