Online Learning

Seminary & Graduate Studies Built for Real Life

Earning your graduate or seminary degree online with PCC or PTS means

The same course requirements—and value—as an on-campus degree

The same lectures (recorded live in classrooms)

The same growth in your knowledge and mentorship from your instructors

Get the degree you want...
without putting your life on hold.

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Choose from 4 fully online degrees.
30 credits
$9,640 total cost
Subject to change.

Seminary & Graduate Studies Built for You

What Students Say

Want to Learn Online AND On Campus?

Learning online gives you maximum convenience, but learning on campus gives you maximum potential for new friendships and networking.

You can do both! Many degrees offer several of the required classes online—plus the option of short summer courses. Look below for two examples.

  1. The M.S. in curriculum and instruction (English specialization) requires 10 classes. Eight are offered online, and the other two are offered during two-week summer sessions.
  2. The M.S. in curriculum and instruction (secondary specialization) requires 10 classes. Seven are offered online, and the other four are offered during two-week summer sessions.

How do you know what options you have?

  1. Any degree or course you see will be offered on campus. To find out when it’s offered, take a look at the course descriptions page at the end of each class’s description.
  2. Any class that includes the word “summer,” “Pre-term,” or “Post-term” will be offered on campus during the summer. Interterm classes meet in January before the spring semester.
  3. To see which classes are offered online and when, click “See Online Courses” below.


Do I need a proctor?

Yes, you’ll need to find a proctor to administer and supervise your tests. Your proctor must be a member of the local church pastoral staff (pastor, pastor’s wife, associate pastor, youth pastor); deacon; church secretary; or a member of the administration, faculty, or secretarial staff of a Christian school.

What kind of deadlines are there?

You won’t have deadlines for tests. But you’ll have deadlines for papers and projects so your instructor can give you feedback before you turn in your next project.

Can I work ahead?

Yes, you can work ahead and turn in projects before their due date.

How will I access my online classes?

You’ll use a simple learning management system called Canvas to watch lectures, do your work, and connect with other students.

Can I communicate with my instructors?

Yes, you’ll be able to e-mail them or talk to them through Canvas if you have questions.

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. Specific degree programs may include additional admission requirements.

Will my diploma specify that I earned this degree online?

No, your diploma will only say “Pensacola Theological Seminary” or “Pensacola Christian College.” Your online degree is no different from the same degree earned on campus.

Can I take a semester off between classes?

Feel free to take semesters off when you need to! You have seven years to finish.

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