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Online Summer Courses (’21)

You don’t need to be enrolled in a degree program to join an online course this summer.

We recommend the following online courses:

Workplace Theology

Workplace Theology

Ken Barnes

Section: SEML

Code: ET/TH648-I

Location: Online

Schedule: Asynchronous

Dates: 05/17 - 08/20

Exploring the Old Testament

Exploring the Old Testament

Douglas Stuart

Section: SEML

Code: OT500-I

Location: Online

Schedule: Asynchronous

Dates: 05/17 - 08/20

Introduction to Pastoral Counseling

Introduction to Pastoral Counseling

Daniel Reyes

Section: SEML

Code: PC511-I

Location: Online

Schedule: Asynchronous

Dates: 05/17 - 08/20

Theology Survey I

Theology Survey I

Viacheslav Lytvynenko

Section: SEML

Code: TH501-I

Location: Online

Schedule: Asynchronous

Dates: 05/17 - 08/20

Global Leadership

Global Leadership

Todd Johnson

Section: SEML

Code: CL510

Location: Online

Schedule: Asynchronous

Dates: 05/17 - 08/20

Race, Gender, & the American Church

Race, Gender, & the American Church

Nicole Martin

Section: CO1

Code: MC686

Location: Online

Schedule: Intensive (07/21 - 07/23)

Dates: 05/17 - 08/20

The Person of the Christian Leader

The Person of the Christian Leader

Rodney Cooper

Section: CO1

Code: CL630

Location: Charlotte, Online

Schedule: Intensive (07/21 - 07/23)

Dates: 05/17 - 08/20

Counseling Adolescents

Counseling Adolescents

Vickey Maclin

Section: CA

Code: CO725

Location: Charlotte, Online

Schedule: Fridays 6:30-9:30pm

Dates: 06/04, 06/25, 07/23

Interpreting the Bible

Interpreting the Bible

Gerry Wheaton

Section: CA

Code: NT/OT517

Location: Charlotte, Online

Schedule: Saturdays 9:00am-3:00pm

Dates: 05/29, 06/19, 07/17

Cultural Apologetics

Cultural Apologetics

Andrew Martin

Section: CA

Code: AP602

Location: Charlotte, Online

Schedule: Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:00pm

Dates: 06/07 - 06/11

Church & Community: Introduction to the Public Ministry of the Church

Church & Community: Introduction to the Public Ministry of the Church

Annette Wright

Section: BA

Code: MC/SE602

Location: Online

Schedule: Saturdays 9:00am-2:00pm

Dates: 05/22, 06/05, 07/10, 07/31, 08/14

Effective Relationships, Healing and Growth in Youth Ministry

Effective Relationships, Healing and Growth in Youth Ministry

Virginia Ward

Section: BA

Code: YM695

Location: Online

Schedule: Wednesdays 6:00-9:00pm

Dates: May 19-June 30

Exploring the New Testament

Exploring the New Testament

Mark Jennings

Section: BA

Code: NT501

Location: Online

Schedule: Wednesdays 6:00-9:00pm

Dates: 05/17 - 08/20

Additional Summer ‘21 Courses

Apply by April 30th

Accepting Summer & Fall '21 Applications

Detailed Application Dates & Deadlines »

TUITION RATES (Summer 2021)

The following tuition rates are for new students enrolling without a declared degree in one of our online courses.

*Tuition rates for students enrolled in a declared degree program may vary by campus. See tuition & fees for more information.

Auditor

$ 350

No Additional Student Service Fees

Best for: Personal Enrichment

Participation: Auditors are restricted to non-participating member status in classes. In other words, auditors may not:

  • Participate in class discussion (except as authorized by the instructor according to the terms included in the course syllabus)
  • Submit written work
  • Sit for exams for the purpose of receiving an evaluation.

Credit/Grading: Auditors do not receive graduate credit nor a grade. Your Gordon-Conwell transcripts will note “AU” in place of a grade reflecting that you audited a course.

Application Requirements:

  • Online application.
  • No additional materials required.

Special Non-Degree Student

$ 1650

24% Discount off standard tuition; Student service fees apply.

Best for: Students who desire structured feedback or anticipate enrolling in a future degree program.

Participation: Special Non-Degree Students are fully enrolled students expected to participate in all elements of a course as outlined in the course syllabus.

Credit/Grading: Your Gordon-Conwell transcript will reflect a letter grade, and course credit may be applied toward a future degree program. If you are new to graduate-level coursework and nervous about grading, you may elect to take the course for Pass/Fail. Rather than receive a grade, your transcript will only reflect whether or not you received a passing grade. Degree programs allow a limited number of pass/fail courses.

Application Requirements:

  • Online application.
  • Undergraduate transcript(s).
  • Reference required if undergradute GPA is under 3.0.

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