Below is a detailed breakdown of each of the degrees and their financial implications until the end of the course:
* The semester cost is dependent on the number of classes/corresponding credit hours a student chooses per semester. This is at the student’s discretion. The figure above is simply an illustration.
** These are average costs based on 2020 prices. Additional enrollment fees and course fees will incur.
In this undergraduate programme, you will be covering foundational business concepts, biblical principles and leadership-oriented topics.
The programme details for the upcoming semesters are outlined below:
Session A (Aug 22 – Oct 16)
CORE 1001 – College and Christian Calling (1 Credit)
BIOT 1433 – Old Testament and Its Interpretation (3 Credits)
ENGL 1133 – English Composition I (3 Credits)
Session B (Oct 17 – Dec 11)
BBUS 2203 – Introduction to Economics (3 Credits)
THEO 2133 – Theology of God and Humanity (3 credits)
Session A (Jan 9 – March 5)
BBUS 1003 – Introduction to Business Foundations (3 Credits)
ENGL 1233 – English Composition II (3 Credits)
Session B (Mar 6 – Apr 30)
BBUS 2003 – Design Thinking
LDRS 2123 – Principled Leadership (3 Credits)
BINT 1533 – New Testament and its Interpretation (3 Credits)
The American university system is built around a system of credit hours. A credit hour is a basic unit of work: each credit hour represents approximately 40 hours of work, including readings, lectures, assignments and assessment.
A standard class is typically equivalent to 3 credit hours.
An undergraduate bachelor’s degree is equivalent to about 120 credit hours. Full-time study, taking 30 credit hours per year, will allow you to complete your studies in 4 years.
However, you have the option of taking fewer classes per session/semester. While this enables you to spread out the workload and cost, it will also extend the total time of study. Please bear this in mind when planning your course of study.