Any online student may now attend our live classes offered from campus in the fall and spring semesters. See the virtual class schedule and policies.

Note: Fall C Session runs August 29-November 18. Course offerings are listed below A and B sessions. Note: Fall D Session runs August 29-December 8. Course offerings are listed below A and B sessions.

Session A

(August 28 - October 20)

Session B

(October 23 - December 15)

Bible and Church Ministries

  • Old Testament Survey (3)*
  • Baptist Heritage (3)
  • Bible Doctrine 1 (3)
  • Galatians (3)
  • Proverbs & Ecclesiastes (3)
  • Introduction to Missions/Cross-cultural Studies (2)*
  • Greek Grammar 1A (2)*
  • New Testament Survey (3)*
  • Christian Life, Leadership, & Evangelism (3)
  • Baptist Heritage (3)
  • Bible Doctrine 2 (3)
  • Romans (3)
  • Modern Creationary Thought (3)
  • Introduction to Biblical Counseling (3)
  • Greek Grammar 1B (2)

Seminary (master's-level)

  • Prolegomena (1)
  • Acts (3)
  • Dispensationalsm/Hermeneutics (3)
  • Exposition of Minor Prophets (3)
  • Greek Grammar 1a (1)
  • Methods of Biblical Change (2)
  • Prolegomena (1)
  • Systematic Theology 1 (2)
  • Counseling Problems & Procedures (2)
  • Exposition of Galatians (2)
  • Greek Grammar 1b (1)
  • Biblical Theology of the Old Testament (3)

English and Speech

See also C Session below

  • English Composition 1 (3)>
  • FULL

  • British Literature Survey 2 (3)
  • Journalism (3)
  • Fundamentals of Public Speaking (2)*
  • Literary Theory & Composition (3)
  • Introduction to College Writing (3)*
  • English Composition 1 (3)*
  • British Literature Survey 1 (3)
  • Fundamentals of Public Speaking (2)*

Graduate English

  • Literary Theory & Criticism (3)

Social Studies

  • The Modern World (3)
  • United States History 1 (3)
  • Twentieth Century History (3)
  • General Psychology (3)*
  • Introduction to Sociology (3)*
  • The Modern World (3)*
  • United States History 2 (3)
  • Modern European History (3)
  • Development Psychology (3)

Graduate History

  • Cataclysm of the Union: Civil War (3)
  • The Birthright of the Reformation (3)

Math and Science

See also D Session below

 

  • Intermediate Algebra (3)*
  • Concepts in Physics (3)*
  • College Algebra (3)
  • Advanced Geometry (3)
  • Human Biology (3)*

Graduate Math

See D Session below

Education

See also D Session below

Graduate Education

  • Research Design in Education (3)
  • Exceptionality in Student Learning (3)
  • Classroom Management (3)
  • History & Philosophy of Education (3)
  • Curriculum Theory & Practice (3)
  • Leadership & Change in Education (3)
  • Technology for Teaching & Learning (3)

Graduate Special Education

  • Reading Diagnosis & Assessment (3)
  • Collaboration, Communication & Transition in Special Education (3)

Criminal Justice

  • Introduction to Criminal Justice (3)*
  • Institutional & Community Corrections (3)
  • Nature of Crime (3)

Business, Computer, and Digital Media

See also D Session below

  • Introduction to Business and Management (3)*
  • Visual Communications (3)*
  • Computer Applications (3)*
  • Principles of Management (3)
  • Principles of Accounting 2 (3)
  • Microsoft Access (1)
  • Photojournalism (3)
  • Introduction to Design (3)*

Graduate Organizational Leadership

  • Theories & Models of Leadership (3)
  • Organizational Communication (3)
  • Capstone Proposal (3)
  • Strategic Leadership & Org. Change (3)
  • Budgetary & Financial Management (3)
  • Organizational Ethics & Governance (3)
  • Capstone Project (3)

Music and Music Education

  • Basic Music Literature (3)*
  • Music Appreciation (2)*
  • Introduction to Music Technology (2)*

Session C - 12 weeks

(August 28 - November 22)

  • English Composition 2 (3)

Session D - 15 weeks

(August 28 - December 8)

  • Calculus 1 (5)
  • Coding Theory & Cryptography (3) Graduate

*Course has no prerequisites

Note: Spring C Session runs TBD. Course offerings are listed below A and B sessions. Note: Spring D Session runs TBD. Course offerings are listed below A and B sessions.

Session A

(January 15-March 9)

Session B

(March 12-May 4)

Bible and Church Ministries

  • Old Testament Survey (3)*
  • Baptist Heritage (3)
  • Bible Doctrine 1 (3)
  • James & 1 Peter (3)
  • Modern Creationary Thought (3)
  • Greek Grammar 2A (2)
  • Fundamentalism (3)
  • History of Baptist Missions (3)
  • New Testament Survey (3)*
  • Christian Life, Leadership, and Evangelism (3)
  • Baptist Heritage (3)
  • Bible Doctrine 2 (3)
  • Galatians (3)
  • Daniel & Revelation (3)
  • Introduction to Biblical Counseling (3)
  • Greek Grammar 2B (2)
  • Ethics (2)

Seminary (master's-level)

  • Prolegomena (1)
  • Systemic Theology 2 (3)
  • New Testament Backgrounds (3)
  • Exposition of Pentateuch (3)
  • Baptist Polity (2)
  • Research and Writing (0)
  • Greek Grammar 2A (1)
  • Prolegomena (1)
  • History of Baptist Missions (3)
  • Principles of Bible Study and Teaching (3)
  • Systematic Theology 3 (3)
  • The Pastor and the Law (2)
  • Greek Grammar 2B (1)
  • Exposition of the Pastoral Epistles (3)

English and Speech

  • English Composition 1 (3)*
  • British Literature Survey 2 (3)
  • Fundamentals of Public Speaking (2)
  • English Composition 1 (3)*
  • British Literature Survey 1 (3)
  • Composition & Literature (3)
  • Fundamentals of Public Speaking (2)*

Graduate English

  • Advanced Grammar & Composition (3)

Social Studies

  • The Modern World (3)*
  • United States History 2 (3)
  • Ancient Civilizations (3)
  • General Psychology (3)*
  • Introduction to Sociology (3)*
  • The Modern World (3)*
  • United States History 1 (3)
  • American Constitutional History (3)
  • Developmental Psychology (3)

Graduate History

  • Cold War America (3)

Math and Science

  • Intermediate Algebra (3)*
  • Concepts in Biochemistry (3)*
  • College Mathematics (3)*
  • Probability & Statistics (3)
  • Human Biology (3)*

Graduate Math

See D Session below

Education

  • Foundations of Education (2)*
  • Secondary School Reading (3)

Graduate Education

  • Student Learning & Motivation (3)
  • Instructional Improvement through Assessment (3)
  • Biblical Counseling & Human Relations (3)
  • Research Design in Education (3)
  • Exceptionality
  • Technology for Teaching & Learning

Graduate Special Education

  • Methods in Cross-Categorical Special Education (3)
  • Educational Diagnosis & Assessment (3)

Criminal Justice

  • Ethics in Criminal Justice (3)

Business, Computer, and Digital Media

  • Introduction to Business and Management (3)*
  • Computer Applications (3)*
  • Microeconomics (3)
  • Principles of Video Production 1 (3)*
  • Digital Imaging (3)*
  • Principles of Marketing (3)
  • Introduction to Online Communications (3)
  • Web Site Design 1 (3)
  • Desktop Publishing (3)*

Graduate Organizational Leadership

  • Organizational Behavior (3)
  • Methods of Organizational Research (3)
  • Theological & Historical Foundations of Leadership (3)
  • Theories & Models of Leadership (3)
  • Strategic Human Resource Management (3)

Music and Music Education

  • Music Appreciation (2)*
  • Hymnology (3)

Session C - 12 weeks

(January 15-April 6)

  • English Composition 2 (3)

Session D - 15 weeks

(January 15-April 27)

  • General Biology 1 (4)*
  • Chemistry for the Allied Health Professions (4)*
  • Anatomy & Physiology 1 (4)
  • Foundations of Analysis (3) Graduate

*Course has no prerequisites

Note: Summer C session runs May 8-July 28. Course offerings are listed below A and B sessions. Note: Summer D session runs May 8-August 18. Course offerings are listed below A and B sessions.

Session A

(May 8 - June 30)

Session B

(July 3 - August 25)

Bible and Church Ministries

  • Old Testament Survey (3)*
  • Baptist Heritage (3)
  • Bible Doctrines 1 (3)
  • Acts (3)
  • Proverbs and Ecclesiastes (3)
  • Introduction to Philosophy (2)
  • New Testament Survey (3)*
  • Christian Life, Leadership, and Evangelism (3)
  • Baptist Heritage (3)
  • Bible Doctrine 2 (3)
  • 1 & 2 Corinthians (3)
  • Modern Creationary Thought (3)
  • Introduction to Biblical Counseling (3)
  • Apologetics (2)

Seminary (master's-level)

  • Prolegomena (1)
  • Prin. of Bible Study & Teaching (3)
  • Hebrew Reading (2)
  • Exposition of Revelation (3)
  • Fundamentalism (3)
  • Prolegomena (1)
  • Systematic Theology 4 (3)
  • Baptist History (3)
  • Old Testament Backgrounds (3)
  • Exposition of First Corinthians (3)

English and Speech

  • Introduction to College Writing (3)*
  • American Masterpieces (3)
  • Fundamentals of Public Speaking (2)
  • Composition and Literature (3)
  • English Composition 1 (3)*
  • British Literature Survey 2 (3)
  • The Bible as Literature (3)

Graduate English

  • American Romanticism (3)
  • C. S. Lewis (3)

Social Studies

  • The Modern World (3)*
  • United States History 1 (3)
  • General Psychology (3)*
  • Introduction to Sociology (3)*
  • The Modern World (3)*
  • United States History 2 (3)
  • Native American History (3)
  • Developmental Psychology (3)

Graduate History 

  • Historiography (3)
  • World War II Military History (3)

Math and Science

See also D Session below

  • Intermediate Algebra (3)*
  • Pre Calculus (3)*
  • College Algebra (3)
  • Concepts in Physics (3)*
  • Probability and Statistics (3)
  • Concepts in Biochemistry (3)*

Graduate Math

  • History of Mathematics (3)
  • Fundamentals of Higher Algebra & Number Theory (3)

Health

  • Personal and Community Health (2)*
  • Drugs, Society, and Human Behavior (2)*

Education

  • Classroom Teaching Methods (3)
  • Children's Literature (3)
  • Educational Psychology (3)
  • Educational Assessment (2)

Graduate Education

  • History & Philosophy of Education (3)
  • Curriculum Theory & Practice (3)
  • Instructional Improvement Through Assessment (3)
  • Exceptionality in Student Learning (3)
  • Student Learning & Motivation (3)
  • Biblical Perspectives in Human Relations & Counseling (3)
  • Leadership & Change in Education (3)

Graduate Special Education 

 

  • (3)
  • Educational Diagnosis and Assessment (3)

Business, Computer, and Digital Media

See also D Session below

  • Introduction to Business and Management (3)*
  • Computer Applications (3)*
  • Business Law 1 (3)
  • Principles of Accounting 1 (3)
  • Business Communication (3)
  • Macroeconomics (3)

Graduate Organizational Leadership

  • Methods of Organizational Research (3)
  • Organizational Ethics &         Governance (3)
  • Capstone Proposal (3)
  • Strategic Leadership & Organizational Change (3)
  • Theological & Historical Foundations of Leadership (3)
  • Capstone Project (3)

Music and Music Education

  • Music Appreciation (2)*
  • Curriculum and Methods in Music (1)
  • Knowing Early Childhood Music and Movement (1)
  • Knowing Woodwinds (1)
  • Knowing Music Program Administration (1)
  • Knowing Instrumental Classroom Methods (1)
  • Knowing Middle Childhood Music and Movement (1)
  • Knowing Percussion (1)
  • Knowing Choral Pedagogy (1)
  • Knowing Choral Classroom Methods (1)

Session C - 12 weeks

(May 8 - July 28)

  • English Composition 2 (3)

Session D - 15 weeks

(May 8 - August 18)

  • General Biology 2 (4)
  • Anatomy and Physiology 2 (4)
  • Calculus 1 (5)
  • Nutrition (3)

*Course has no prerequisites