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Follow these steps to register for classes each semester.
Register for classes. Pay your bill. Order your transcript.
View undergraduate and graduate textbook lists.
Yes, Financial Aid is available for undergraduate and graduate students through the FAFSA: Apply for Financial Aid.
Online courses are 8 weeks long. Courses run every 8 weeks throughout the year in the fall, spring, and summer.
Full-time students take two courses per 8-week session. Part-time students take one course per 8-week session.
Online classes are asynchronous, meaning all lectures are prerecorded so that you don’t have to log in at specific times. You can work on your own schedule, within the weekly modules and due dates.
Most online classes have a combination of video lectures, reading, exams and quizzes, papers, and discussion boards.
Each undergraduate class requires 10 to 15 hours of work per week. Graduate classes require 15 to 20 hours of work per week.
The online program is designed with flexibility and convenience in mind. Many students work full-time jobs and are involved in ministry while earning their degree online.
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