Online Studies at CCC

Canada Christian College offers a state of the art, fully accredited Christian Education to students looking to take their education outside of the classroom. Our Online Programs allow students to complete their degrees 100% online and at their convenience. This program was developed with our students in mind to ensure that they could meet their academic goals from anywhere in the world! Students will find the same top notch quality in their Online Courses with Canada Christian College Online as they would in our traditional classrooms. With the unique online format, Canada Christian College Online is able to produce quality education that is both engaging and challenging. By attending Canada Christian College Online, students have access to the same resources, faculty, and course content as our residential students.

OTHEO 240 – SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY I


Program Details

 

Students access their Online Courses with Canada Christian College Online through their MyCCC Student Portal. By signing into this account, they are able to see their courses, communicate with their professors and fellow students, submit assignments, take exams, and view lectures and class content.

The flexible 8 week format of our Online Courses allows students to maximize their semester time, by breaking it into 2 terms (A term, B term). The A term is always the first 8 weeks of a semester, and the B term is always the second 8 weeks of a semester. Since students are able to take up to 6 courses (18 credits) during a semester, they can use the terms to break up their courses making them more manageable to complete in a shorter time frame. Ideally, students will take 2-3 courses in each term, and this helps them to never take more than 3 courses at a time, while still completing up to 6 courses in a semester.


 

 

Programs Offered

Canada Christian College Online offers the following degree programs:

The Bachelor of Theology program is a four year program that will equip students with an extensive and foundational knowledge in Biblical studies. A Bachelor of Theology degree will provide you with both the practical skills and theoretical knowledge to begin working in full-time ministry, while also preparing you for further education in theological studies. In order to fully prepare you, the program will impart to you thorough Biblical knowledge, sound doctrine and effective practical ministry teaching.

The Bachelor of Christian Counselling program is a 4 year undergraduate degree program that will prepare professional Christian counsellors to operate both in Christian and non-Christian communities. The Counselling Department is committed to help students develop the knowledge, values, and necessary competencies for an effective professional Christian counselling ministry. The learning opportunities offered by this program give students the chance to acquire the tools and theoretical understanding that permit them to bring healing and meaning to the lives of hurting people. Christian Counselling students will have the opportunity to select one of the several areas of specialization that we offer; these include addiction counselling, marriage & family counselling, pastoral care, and social work. We also offer a general counselling focus.

 

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Admissions Requirements

Canadian Students


  • Complete the Online Application.
  • Application Fee – $75
  • Mail Official High School Transcripts (sealed, unopened copy). **
  • Mail Official College Transcripts (sealed, unopened copy). **
  • Submit 2 photographs of the applicant (passport-type photos).
  • Submit 2 personal reference letters – 1 from a pastor (with a church letter-head) and the other from a non-relative of good reputation.
  • Submit a brief summary of your personal testimony.
  • Official CCCO Technology Evaluation

All prospective full-time and part-time students are required to submit the following:
**Transcripts mailed to: 50 Gervais Drive Toronto, Ontario M3C 1Z3 Canada

International Students


  • Complete the Online Application.
  • Application Fee – $100
  • Mail Official High School Transcripts (sealed, unopened copy). **
  • Mail Official College Transcripts (sealed, unopened copy). **
  • Submit 2 photographs of the applicant (passport-type photos).
  • Submit 2 personal reference letters – 1 from a pastor (with a church letter-head) and the other from a non-relative of good reputation.
  • Submit a brief summary of your personal testimony.
  • Official CCCO Technology Evaluation
  • Submit English Placement Test scores.

All prospective full-time and part-time students are
required to submit the following:
**Transcripts mailed to: 50 Gervais Drive Toronto, Ontario M3C 1Z3 Canada


F. A. Q.

Are online classes equivalent residential courses?

Are online classes equivalent residential courses?

Yes. The online courses use same course content as our residential courses. Several studies show evidence to support online studies, indicating that there are no significant differences between the online and residential learning experience. Being able to complete online courses reflects a strong discipline in the student, which is a favorable characteristic for employers.

How do I find my courses?

How do I find my courses?

Wherever you see a course abbreviation (ENG 104, HIS 223-1, and so on), click it and it will bring you to that course’s page. You can find courses you’re enrolled in or auditing on your Home page or your Profile. You may only submit assignments, take tests, and interact with lessons for courses in which you are enrolled. Courses feature a Dashboard, Info page, Assignments, Lessons, Discussions, Tests, Roster, and a Calendar.

How long does the program take to complete?

How long does the program take to complete?

The time it takes to complete a degree programs is dependent upon many factors. A full-time student takes a minimum of 5 courses (15 credits) per semester. There are 2 traditional semesters in an academic year. When students take 15 credits in each consecutive traditional semester, they may complete the 4 year Bachelor programs in exactly 4 academic years.

 

Canada Christian College Online offers a non-traditional Summer Semester to enable students to expedite their degree completion time. When students take 15 credits in Fall, Summer, and Winter semesters, consecutively, they may complete the 4 year Bachelor programs in as little as 2.5 academic years.

 

Other factors to consider when determining degree completion time include: transfer credit, taking more than the minimum 15 credits per semester, taking a semester break, etc.

What are the costs for Canada Christian College Online?

What are the costs for Canada Christian College Online?

Canadian Resident Tuition Fees
Full Time (5-6 Courses Max.)
1 Year (2 Semesters) $6,300.00
Semester Hour Credit $210.00
Course (3 Credits) $630.00
Graduate Full Time (5-6 Courses Max.)
1 Year (2 Semesters) $6,300.00
Semester Hour Credit $210.00
Course (3 Credits) $630.00
International Resident Tuition Fees
Graduate (Doctorate)
1 Year (2 Semesters) $7,300
English as a Second Language
1 Year (2 Semesters) $$7,300
Undergraduate (Bachelor)
1 Year (2 Semesters) $7,300
Graduate (Master)
1 Year (2 Semesters) $7,300
Service Charges
Type of Service Cost
Annual Library Fee $100.00
Student Activity Fee $50.00
Student ID Card $20.00
Transcript Fee $35.00
Graduation Fee $200.00
International Application Fee $100.00
Canadian Student Application Fee $75.00
Where should I send my transcripts and admissions documents?

Where should I send my transcripts and admissions documents?

Please send Official Transcripts to:

50 Gervais Drive

Toronto, Ontario

M3C 1Z3 Canada

Note: International transcripts must be translated into English before submitting.

Please send electronic documents to – onlineadmissions@canadachristiancollege.com

Does Canada Christian College Online accept International Students?

Does Canada Christian College Online accept International Students?

Yes. CCC Online accepts students from all over the world, both Canadian citizens and non-Canadian citizens. Through the convenience of an online program, international students enrolled in Canada Christian College Online are not restricted by residency requirements.

How do I submit my coursework in MyCCC?

Depending on the type of assignment, instructions may vary. Click Here for detailed instructions directly from MyCCC – Populi.

What is the difference between Academic Semesters and Academic Terms?

What is the difference between Academic Semesters and Academic Terms?

An Academic Semester is a 16 week time frame where students complete their courses. Semesters are offered in the Fall, Winter, and Summer.

Academic Terms are sub-time frames during a semester, and they are 8 weeks long. Each Academic Semester has 2 Academic Terms. These terms are called an A term, indicating the first 8 weeks of the semester, and a B term, indicating the second 8 weeks of the semester.

Since courses are only offered in an 8 week format, students will choose to take some classes during the A term and other classes during the B term. This allows students to take fewer classes during an 8 week time frame while still maximizing their coursework throughout the semester.

How many courses can I take in a semester?

How many courses can I take in a semester?

Students are permitted to take up to 6 courses per semester. It is recommended to take up to 3 courses per term; however, students are permitted to take up to 6 courses per term as well. Ideally, students will take 2-3 courses in the A term, and 2-3 courses in the B term if they are Full-Time.

 

Current residential students are permitted to take 1 online course per semester. This means 1 course in the A term or the B term. Residential students may not take more than 1 course in a full semester (i.e. 1 in the A term and 1 in the B term.)

 

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