Students who major in Theology become perceptive, critical readers of the biblical text and of theological literature. They are able to interpret the Bible for themselves and for others confidently. The major provides a foundation for seminary or graduate studies, and based on the minor, for various entry-level ministry, missions, education, and social service opportunities.

Students in the Bachelor of Arts in Theology may apply for the CUS Dual Degree Programs, earning their Theology major in their first three years at CCU, and the program in their fourth year. Course requirements for the Dual Degree program are listed below.

The Theology Major requires completion of the following 120 credits:
General Education (45 credit hours)
Major Core (39 credit hours)
Electives (36 credit hours)