“My life has been transformed. . .” – Deborah A.
The FCU Degree Programs have been developed to educate, empower and equip men and women for their ministry call. Each degree program is accredited and are to be used in Christian vocations. Each program level will awaken a vision and spiritual insight towards the individual calling and destiny God has prepared for each student.
And He Himself gave some to be apostles, some prophets, some evangelists, and some pastors and teachers, for the equipping of the saints for the work of ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ.
ASSOCIATE OF BIBLE AND THEOLOGY DEGREE
This is a 60 credit hour Bible and Theology program designed to build Godly character and help establish a strong life of faith. Students will gain further knowledge, understanding and application of the Scriptures.
BACHELOR OF BIBLE AND THEOLOGY DEGREE
The Bachelor of Bible and Theology degree applies to all ministry calls; teachers, pastors, evangelists and all those who plan to teach and preach the Word of God.
BACHELOR OF MINISTRY LEADERSHIP DEGREE
The Bachelor of Ministry degree includes a strong foundation in Theology with special emphasis on leadership, dynamics and practical ministry application. This program develops leadership ability and enhances ministry skills for expanding vision and faith.
BACHELOR OF CHRISTIAN COUNSELING DEGREE
The Bachelor of Christian Counseling degree is a pastoral counseling program designed to be used within the framework of Christian service. The Christian counseling degrees are offered in cooperation with the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC). (The FCU Counseling Program is not recognized by the State of Florida for the purpose of professional licensing.)
Per State of Florida, Department of Education statute: FCU does not guarantee the acceptance of transfer credits to other institutions except those accredited through Accreditation Commission International. Transfer of credits from FCU to other institutions of higher learning are accepted solely at the discretion of the institution to which a student is applying.