INFORMATION SERVICES CERTIFICATED PROGRAM (12 UNITS)
The Information Services program provides the student with a strong technical foundation for entry-level job skills in data and word processing. The certificate will be awarded to the student who successfully completes twelve (12) units of the prescribed course of study. Units earned may be applied towards the Systematic Christian Education Certificated Programs.
INFORMATION SERVICES COURSE OF STUDY (12 UNITS)
IS301 Introduction to Personal Computers 2
IS302 Microsoft Integrated Software Packages 2
IS304 Microsoft Excel 2
IS307 Microsoft Word 2
IS311 Introduction to the Internet/Social Media 2
Honesty and integrity is expected from all BCBC students at all times. Each student is expected to uphold and demonstrate the highest standards of academic honesty during his/her academic experience. Academic honesty and integrity includes the absence of the following:
- Plagiarism in any form
- Copying from another student’s assignments and/or examinations
- Using false resources
- Missing examinations or failing to complete assignments/projects with intent
- Submitting another student’s work as your own work for the same or another class
- Giving examination materials/information to another student outside or during class time without the permission of the instructor.
Students must submit a petition for graduation by the end of the Fall quarter in the year he/she anticipates graduation.
BCBC welcomes students who have accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and personal Savior and has a desire to (1) learn more about God’s Word and (2) elevate their personal and spiritual growth.
A maximum of ten (10) units of related courses may be transferred from another Bible-teaching institution. Classes taken more than seven (7) years prior will not be accepted. After successful completion of one (1) quarter of course work, new students should meet with an academic advisor to plan a course of study.
NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE
After successful completion of one (1) quarter of course work, students who have submitted an application for the Certificated Program will be notified of acceptance by mail. Upon receipt of the acceptance letter, students should meet with an advisor to determine a course of study for completion of the Certificated Program.
The Certificated Program requires students to maintain a (C+) average (2.5) GPA or better in overall course work. It is recommended that prospective teachers maintain a “B” average (3.0) GPA or better in overall course work.