Frequently Asked Questions
We want you to have a happy learning experience and get the most out of the teaching material. Our heart is that through studying with us, you gain deeper understanding of the Word of God. We are here to Equip the Saints for the Work of Ministry.
How do I know what courses I should study?
Go to our website www.biblec.co.za and have a good look through all the courses on offer. Read the information and make an informed decision.
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If you are with a local college or campus in your area, then yes, you will write your exams at that campus with the rest of the students.
If you are a distance learner, then no, your exams are emailed to you.
As an Internationally recognized Christian College that upholds Kingdom principles, all students are required to sign the following agreement. Distance learners may email a copy back to us and those attending campuses and colleges may hand a copy to their facilitator.
You will be required to sign that you have read, understood and agree with this before being accepted into the college
Plagiarisation will not be tolerated, and that anybody who is found to have plagiarised will become subject to serious sanction which might include the termination of their studies and forfeiture of any fees paid by them.
(b) That immediately any student is found to have plagiarised work, they should get a zero result for that test with whatever consequences that brings.
(c) In the event of any further plagiarisation taking place after a first offence, the student should will be warned that in the event of the student being found guilty of any further plagiarisation, they risk being expelled from our institution.
Plagiarisation is a very serious matter, and in most educational institutions it carries the risk (for the student) of failing courses (at best) and being expelled from the institution concerned (at worst).
What is Plagiarisation:
- To use another person’s idea or a part of that person’s work and pretend that it is your own.
- To steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as one’s own : use (another’s production) without crediting the source.
- To commit literary theft : present as new and original an idea or product derived from an existing source.
Each credit hour is based on ten (10) hours of actual study.
Bachelor Degree in Biblical Theology (120 credit hours)
To earn the Bachelor Degree in Biblical Theology the students are required to
successfully complete 120 credit hours of study which is made up of:
54 credit hours in Leadership & Administration
36 credit hours in Pastoral Counselling
30 credit hours in Basic Theology
Diploma in Ministry (66 credit hours) – This is now called an Associate Degree
To earn the Diploma in Ministry the students are required to successfully complete
66 credit hours of study which is made up of:
36 credit hours in Pastoral Counselling &
30 credit hours in Basic Theology
Certificate in Pastoral Counselling (36 credit hours)
To earn the Certificate in Pastoral Counselling students need to complete
36 credit hours of study in this subject.
Certificate in Ministry (30 credit hours)
To earn the Certificate in Ministry the students are required to successfully complete
30 credit hours of study in Basic Theology.
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