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Get the knowledge and credentials to propel your career or ministry forward. Experienced Christian faculty will guide and challenge you each step of the way, whether you choose online, on-campus, or blended study.

If you’re wondering whether you can do it or if it will be worth it… the answers are “Yes” and “Yes.”

Your education will be excellent, Christ-centered, and flexible. And it won’t cost you a fortune.

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Earn your graduate or seminary degree when and where it works for you.

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Learn alongside like-minded students on a beautiful campus.
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Whether you choose online seminary, online graduate school, or on-campus study, your learning is the same!

Some online graduate programs give you short 3–15 minute lectures and then expect you to learn the rest on your own. (You could spend hours watching instructional YouTube videos or flipping through the textbook hoping to learn what you need to know.)

With our online learning, you get full lectures from experienced faculty. It's the benefit of being in a classroom—without having to be in a classroom. Click below to see what it's like!

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Are online degrees also offered on campus?

Yes! Every degree you see offered fully online will also be offered on campus—either during fall or spring semesters and/or during one- or two-week modules/sessions on campus. You can mix online and on-campus study however you like! Friendly, knowledgeable advisors can help you figure out the plan that works best for your schedule and your goals.

How much does a graduate degree cost?

For both online and on-campus classes, the cost is $342 per credit hour. Of course, your total cost depends on the number of credits your degree requires. See tuition and fees for more information.

When do classes start?

There are three start dates each year for online classes (spring, summer, and fall). Upcoming online start dates are January 21 and May 8.

Upcoming fall and spring start dates for on-campus classes are January 21 and September 1.

Seminary also offers on-campus one-week modules in January, May, and August.

Graduate and seminary also offer on-campus two-week sessions with different starting dates throughout the summer.

What are the admission requirements?

You must have a bachelor’s degree in order to be accepted into our graduate or seminary programs. A minimum 2.50 cumulative GPA is required to be accepted as a master’s student. A minimum 3.00 cumulative undergrad GPA is required for specialist and doctoral degrees.

Specific degree programs may include additional admission requirements.

How different are online and on-campus classes?

You’ll get the exact same instruction whether you study on campus or online. With online classes, you’ll watch recorded lectures and complete projects and tests just like on-campus students. The only difference is that, if you study online, you’ll have the freedom of learning wherever and whenever it works for you.

How long does it take to complete a degree?

On campus: Depending on your degree, you’ll probably take 6 to 15 credits each semester. The maximum load is 16 credits per term.

Online: If you take two classes each semester, you can finish your degree in as little as 19 months. But you’ll have up to 7 years if you need it.