UCBC's curricula integrates academic rigor, character training, community-based research, and service learning into a new, unique 4-years Bachelor degree program in the LMD educational model. UCBC is one of the three Congolese universities accredited to initiate the Bologna LMD, education model in Congo from October 2010. For the moment, we are restructuring our current academic model which has been taught for three years to meet to the government's vision for higher education and provide a unique education that trains students to lead the transformation of the Congo. UCBC's mission to guide students this year is:
Reconcile theory and practice to formulate relevant solutions
The program has a unique approach. Through academic courses, students develop their own capstone projects on UCBC campus and in the broader community to apply the knowledge acquired in their courses.
Demonstrate expertise in the fields of study
Incoming students have the opportunity to specialize in the Faculty of Economics, the Faculty of Communication and Information, the Faculty of Theology or the Faculty of Applied Sciences. In addition to specializing in a particular discipline, students acquire interdisciplinary breadth and depth through general education and elective requirements.
Demonstrate expertise and competence in dialogue and interactive learning
Classes go beyond the traditional classroom-based style, in a dynamic classroom with instruction, active engagement between students and teachers and group work led by students inside and out of classroom
Integrate mind, emotions and the body into theology, politics and business for individuals and communities
At UCBC, students have the opportunity to excel in the academic and moral, develop research and service projects within their communities, and student-led para-academic activities: athletics, music, leadership and cinema
To develop students capable of all these results, we designed our curricula to provide specialized training within academic orientations and interdisciplinary, and depth through dynamic general education programs and optional relevant programs.