Celebrating Excellence Since 1971!
Northern California Bible College was founded in 1971 as an effort to blend the truth of the word of God with the freedom of the Holy Spirit. The intent over the years has been to preserve the biblical balance of these two elements. We have attempted to continue that heritage, while enlarging our focus to help men and women prepare themselves to minister in their particular calling.
NCBC is a nondenominational Bible College catering to students from all evangelical backgrounds. Most instructors are from a charismatic background who believe in the present existence of the gifts of the Holy Spirit.
Our mission is to offer undergraduate biblical education to students determined to fulfill their unique purpose.
That purpose could include any combination of... the following primary objectives:
• To assist the local church in training disciples to rightly divide the truths of the Bible.
• To provide a strong grasp of the content of the Bible, interpreted in a sound, scholarly and spiritual manner.
• To better understand the truths of the Bible for personal enrichment.
• To finish either an Associate of Arts or Bachelor of Arts degree in Biblical Studies.
• To prepare for a future professional calling in either part or full time ministry.
• To receive A.C.S.I. certification to teach in a Christian school
The Making of a Leader
Pastor Gary Mortara
7:00 - 9:00 pm
577 Manor Blvd., San Leandro
Begins September 3rd
Those called to leadership positions in the body of Christ will learn what is required and how one prepares for such a position. Numerous "leadership moments" will be analyzed throughout the Bible in an effort to define both strong and poor leadership. The student will also examine the various leadership titles and styles noted throughout the Bible.
$460: Total cost for a 3-unit course for full college credit
$300: Cost of a 3-unit course at the Certificate level. Student does all coursework, but no college credit is given.
$160: Audit: student attends for their own personal enrichment; no coursework is required and no college credit is given.
Above prices apply for either “live,” “distance,” or “online” classes.
Students taking distance or online classes must prepay tuition and textbooks before receiving course materials.
Students taking live classes have the duration of the quarter to pay their tuition and fees.
All textbooks must be paid in full before taking them home.
$35: One-time registration to enter the college.
Textbooks are in addition to tuition; most books range from $15 to $30 each.
$20: transcript charge
$300: graduation charge
For additional questions on class info, call us at 925-846-6464, or email us at email@example.com.
You can also visit www.ncbc.net.