Mission of the Center for Christian Calling
The mission of the Center for Christian Calling is to produce graduates with a heart of devotion to Christ, a head for Gospel-integrated knowledge, and hands equipped for service as Kingdom professionals. Our faculty model academic excellence and professional competence blended with a passionate devotion to Christ in leading His church to its global mission.
Calling to Christian Faith
Every student at the University of Mobile is introduced to the Gospel of Jesus Christ through our required CCC courses: CST 110 Introduction to Christian Worldview and CST 321 Mission & Message of Jesus. Our goal is to introduce students to faith in Christ and for students to discover their calling in Christ for service as Kingdom professionals.
Calling to Ministry
Every undergraduate major in the CCC receives spiritual training, academic training, and practical ministry training for Christian service. Our students participate in ministry teams each semester, travel on domestic and international service projects, and gain hands-on experience through supervised ministry internships. Students may also take specialty practical ministry courses as electives.
Calling to Leadership
Every undergraduate & graduate student in the CCC receives training for servant leadership. Our alumni serve in ministry, missions, education, communications, and service industries. Many of our alumni continue their academic training in graduate schools and seminaries.
CCC Program Learning Outcomes
The CCC offers baccalaureate majors designed to produce graduates in the areas of Christian Ministry, Intercultural Studies, and Theological Studies who are able to:
The CCC also offers a Master of Arts degree in Biblical & Theological Studies, as well as combined Master of Arts degree in Worship Leadership & Theology (in cooperation with the Alabama School of the Arts).
The CCC measures student competence through a series of objective assessment tools, including materials from the American Association of Colleges & Universities and the Council of Christian Colleges & Universities.
In addition, the CCC offers minors in Bible, Bible Translation, Biblical Languages, Church History, Intercultural Studies (Global Missions), and Theology.
CCC majors must successfully complete COM 101 to fulfill oral communication competency requirements.
All majors must successfully complete the writing intensive (WI) requirements as specified in the Scholastic Standards section of this catalog. This includes CST 110 and CST 321 for all majors. CCC majors will successfully complete CST 331 and CST 411 for the Theological Studies major, CST 303 and CST 313 for the Intercultural Studies major, and CST 301 and CST 318 for the Christian Ministry major.
All candidates for a bachelor’s degree offered by the CCC complete a series of senior assessments and create a ministry portfolio. This component is assessed in CST 499 .
The CCC annually presents the following awards to students:
- Zondervan/University of Mobile Biblical Greek Award
- Zondervan/University of Mobile Biblical Hebrew Award
- Robert Greene Lee Expository Preaching Award
- Anne Graham Lotz Expository Bible Study Award
- Cecil Ray Taylor Global Missions Award
- Dale Richard Younce Biblical Studies Award
- Induction into Theta Alpha Kappa theological honor society
- Theta Alpha Kappa Excellence in Academics Award
- Theta Alpha Kappa Excellence in Ministry Award
- Theta Alpha Kappa national theological honor society induction