The curriculum of Chun University is organized by course offerings for the Bachelor’s Degree, Certificate Programs, and Diploma Courses.
Curricula are designded for maximum for employment opportunities in churches and attention to practical training in church program.
The curriculum is divided into core courses, elective courses, and teaching courses (for education majors.) The core courses are divided into general required courses (all majors) and required courses for specific majors.
The elective courses are subject courses that a student can take optionally based on the following:
If student takes the elective courses from within the range of his given number of credits which can be taken in a semester, as well as;
If the courses are offered from the university during the specific semester and are available for the student to take. The elective courses may include required courses from another major/discipline.
Number of credits required for degree(s)
Bachelor’s Degree: The minimum required number of credits for graduation is 120 credit hours. The number of offered credits for each semester is 15 credits, with the option to take more credits in the following semester if the student received an average GPA of 3.5 or higher during the prior semester.
Certificate: The minimum required number of credits for graduation is 60 credit hours. The number of offered credits for each semester is 15 credits, with the option to take more credits in the following semester if the student received an average GPA of 3.5 or higher during the prior semester.NOTE: One lecture (taught) or seminar (discussion) credit hour represents 1 hour per week of scheduled class/seminar time and 2 hours of student preparation time. Most lecture and seminar courses are awarded 3 credit hours. Over an entire semester, this formula represents at least 45 hours of class time and 90 hours of student preparation.Transfer Students are accepted to the Bachelor’s Program, and require at least 2 semesters of enrollment in Chun University to complete the degree. Credits from other institution(s) may be accepted, and may be used towards the core requisite courses required for graduation, based on the discretion of the Registrar and Admissions office.
Courses with Pass/Fail grades
Courses (such as “Chapel”) with only Pass/Fail grades will be completed through regular attendance or specified tests. Students will not be given academic credits for these courses, but the courses will be required for graduation.