Students have the option of attending a class online or in-person. This hybrid approach is an attractive feature of our degree programs, especially for those who live at a distance from the College. So, if you are a full-time student, or are interested in becoming an occasional student, we can accommodate your needs!
For the 2022/2023 academic year, the following courses are available for distance education:
(Fall) Introduction to Greek I
(Fall) Introduction to the New Testament
(Winter) Introduction to Greek II
(Winter) Paul and Early Christianity
Please note: There are, however, certain aspects of some degree programs that cannot be satisfied through online learning only. For example, our MDiv program includes a practical component that requires attendance at a ministry site.
For any questions about our courses or about enrolling in a class, please click on “Apply Now” below to contact our Registrar.
Some people may wish to take courses for credit or audit before applying for and registering in a degree program. These students may register as “occasional students” and take up to two courses per semester (a total of 12 credit units per academic year). An occasional student can complete a total of 30 credit units at which point they must make application to a degree program in order to continue their studies.