The Distance Learning Program offers the same degrees as the campus program.
- Associate of Arts in Biblical Studies
- Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies
- Master of Arts
- Master of Ministry
- Master of Divinity
The same policies apply to Distance Learning students that apply to those on–campus regarding admissions, academics, graduation, and coursework. They are graded on the same basis as traditional students.
Most courses are digitally recorded. In addition to the instructor’s class presentation, supplemental materials such as slideshows and notes are also provided. Supplemental materials, tests, and grades are all available through the course management system.
While the bulk of graduate classes can be taken via distance learning, students seeking a master’s degree should plan to be on campus at least two times: Introduction to Graduate Studies week and to attend graduation exercises. For more information, students should contact the Director of the Graduate Program.
Director of Distance Learning