Academics

Academics

In an effort to make graduate education accessible to working adults, courses will be held in a traditional 15-week semester format in the evening from 6:30pm to 9:30pm. In addition to these, intensive Module courses will be offered during the winter and summer break,as well as one module during the fall and spring semester. Module courses meet for one week in the evening on Monday through Friday from 6:00pm to 10:30pm, and Saturday 9:00am to 5:30pm. After the completion of the one-week in-class portion of the module course the student will have an additional fourteen (14) week period to complete further research and assignments which may include reading, research, writing, taking an exam(s), participate in online student discussions, and/or online discussions with your professor.

    • Graduate degree programs in apologetics, theological studies, Biblical studies, and divinity (pastoral studies).
    • The Master of Arts in Christian Apologetics program offers a Philosophy of Religion emphasis.
    • A flexible schedule of evening courses for working adults.
    • Modular courses offered during winter and summer breaks as well as once during the semester.
    • Coursework due within 14 weeks after completing your one-week module.
    • Learn from a distinguished faculty of top evangelical scholars.
    • Classical curriculum with strong focus on the full inerrancy of Scripture (ICBI).
    • Courses taught from an apologetic approach that is Christ-centered.
    • Enjoy a shared searchable theological library of nearly 90,000 full-text e-books on our online electronic library (TWENEL) which includes EBSCO Host database (ATLA w/Serials) and hundreds of online journals.

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