About BBUC


The Bahamas Baptist University College (BBUC) is a four-year degree granting institution located on Jean Street, Gleniston Gardens, Nassau, The Bahamas. BBUC is approved by the National Accreditation and Equivalency Council of The Bahamas (NAECOB) to offer programs online synchronously or asynchronously. (https://www.naecob.org/bhsregisteredinstitutions). 

The college is a member of the Council of Higher Education Accreditation/Council for International Quality Group (CHEA/CIQG), member of the Association of Caribbean Tertiary Institutions (ACTI), member of the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U)

Categorized as the largest Private Not for Profit Institution in the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, The university college offers programs across five schools, one college and several Centers and Institutes.  Students may select a program from over 20 majors or concentration areas from the Schools of Business and Information Systems, Nursing and Health Sciences, Natural Sciences, Social Science, Theology and Religious Studies, College of Education and the Center for Inclusive Tertiary Education Pathways (CITP).  Curricula are designed to ensure that students work toward a program level and design that best meet their academic and career goals.

 Students may select a program at the Certificate, Diploma, Associate, Bachelor, Master level or select a program that offers a stackable design, or recognizable academic awards such as digital badges or micro credentials.  In addition to very competitive tuition rates, the college includes Open Educational Resource (OER) links on the course outlines. OER links will lead students to teaching, learning materials or research materials on multiple mediums and released in the public domain, therefore maybe used without charge (UNESCO).  

BBUC continues to be the highest in-demand College in the Commonwealth of the Bahamas.

The college has a large Alumni base and graduates have gone on to make significant contributions in the Sciences, Business, Education and Social Sciences.

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