ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS
All ACADC Degree Programs have been approved by the Bureau of Private, Postsecondary Education, which has granted ACADC the authority to offer the following degree program:
Option 1: Associate of Ministry in Drug, Alcohol and Addiction Studies
Option 2: Associate of Ministry in Biblical Studies
To enroll: Print out a copy of the application form
Fill out the form and check the box for Associate of Ministry Degree. Send it to the following address with a check or money order made payable to ACADC in the amount of your tuition fee of $790 (the fee includes the cost for both the degree and the required CSAC I exam).
1. Read the following textbooks which may be purchased at any Major Book Store or online at Amazon.com in preparation for taking the CSAC I Exam:
Battlefield of the Mind with workbook by Joyce Meyer
Counseling Through Your Bible Handbook by June Hunt
The Bondage Breaker by Dr. Neil Anderson
Freedom From Addiction by Mike & Julia Quarles
Steps to Freedom in Christ by Dr. Neil Anderson
Life Principles Bible edited with commentary by Dr. Charles Stanley
Read all 30 life principles and all scriptures listed for each in the index for each life principle including the section of:
A. What the Bible says about:
B. Answers to life’s questions:
C. Life examples:
D. Life lessons:Take and pass the CSAC I Exam
Write a theme paper of no less than 2 pages and no more than 5 pages (typed and double spaced) for each required textbook, choosing the elements that impacted you most significantly.
(The Associate of Ministry Degree curriculum and exam listed above fulfill the requirement of 90 quarter units).
The Associates degree can also be earned by completing the following:
1. Attending 59 modules of ACADC Institute courses at any one of the ACADC Institute locations, which also fulfills the requirement of 90 quarter units.Call ACADC at 877-478-5756 and speak to an education counselor who will answer your questions and give you all the guidance you may need throughout the processes from enrollment to the awarding of your degree.
2. Writing a Life Principles essay exam. Write down each life principle with a personal life experience or an example common to many that illustrates the particular life principle and cite scripture that best applies to the example you used. (write the full scriptures)
3. Pass the CSAC I Exam with a passing score of 75% or better.