The credit hours required to earn our degrees may be earned through a combination of studies offered through MCBC, and the credit we allow for your religious training and life work experience. Studies through "Mamre Christian Bible College" will move you from religion to a relationship with Jesus Christ.
How Credits are Earned
Each degree and major, at each level, has a required core curriculum. Each student is assigned an academic advisor who will assist and help develop the course study program you wish to follow. Once this is done, a variety of methods may be used to fulfill the requirements for the desired degree. Each learning activity will be translated into course work, evaluated by your instructor and listed on your transcript. Some of the methods used to obtain credits include, but are not limited to, the following (this applies to both classroom, seminars, and satellite students): Transcripted courses from other colleges, universities, and institutions Certificates and licenses Credit by examination Workshops, seminars, training programs, other degree programs We allow some credit toward degrees based upon your religious life experience and/or religious training Published papers or books Independent study and research projects Correspondence courses Volunteer work Completing a written or oral examination.
Students can show the level of knowledge they have acquired in different subject areas through standardized tests and potentially earn credit for class equivalency.
Course Load Requirement: Workload expectations in this policy are an estimate of the amount of work needed for an average student to earn an average grade. Course grades are based on the quality of the work submitted, not on hours of effort. Workload expectations per credit do not vary with the method of delivery of the course or the length of the academic term. The minimum full-time load for undergraduate students is 9-12 credits. The minimum full-time load for a six-week summer term is 4-6 credits.
If a student is enrolled in a three unit class, they can expect six to nine hours of homework a week. For a two unit class the workload will be between four and six hours a week. Total time required to complete coursework varies according to the individual, but the average time commitment for a three-credit-hour class would be 12 hours a week, including online time if required. Regular submission of work is required.
Some courses require students to meet frequent deadlines (such as weekly due dates), while others offer flexibility as to when assignments can be submitted. In most courses, students must submit minimum required assignments as specified by the instructor to avoid being administratively withdrawn from the course. Students should be sure to read all course information carefully when the course begins to understand the deadlines that apply in each course they are taking through MCBC.
A = 4.0 (Excellent)
A- = 3.7
B = 3.0 (Good)
B- = 2.7
C+ = 2.5
C = 2.0 (Average)
Note: Below "C" is unacceptable for college level work and receives an incomplete.
The Maximum Time Limit for Completion of any Degree Program is as follows:
Associate's Degree - 2 years to complete
Bachelor's Degree - 4 years to complete
Master's Degree - 1.5 years to complete [accelerated program is available(ADP)]
COMING SUMMER 2021 Doctorate Degree - 1-2 years to complete [accelerated program is also available (ADP)]
Our Academic Advising team is here to serve the students of Mamre Christian Bible College. One of the ways in which we do that is through offering you quality Academic Advising. Students are offered counsel regarding their programs, courses, academic skills and academic challenges. Instructors should be consulted first with regard to specific courses.
The Academic Advisors will meet with students if they are referred by their instructor, or with students who desire additional advising. Entering students meet with an Academic Advisor for an initial interview and course selection. For more information on our degree programs, you may contact one of our Academic Advisors by emailing the Registrar's Office.
To enroll in a degree program, complete our Program Admissions Application Form.