Visit Admissions to learn about additional application materials and how to submit them to our Admissions team.
Choose Your Degree
Whether you’re looking for a master’s degree, a bachelor’s, or an associate’s, our 100 percent online programs are flexible and built to be tailored toward your interests and goals. In your online classes, you’ll learn and collaborate with students from all over the world, doing engaging, challenging work that will help you grow professionally and spiritually.
Talk to an Advisor
After you’ve explored the programs, feel free to reach out to us. We have advisors who are experts at answering your questions and addressing your concerns. They can get you the information you need or point you in the direction of faculty members who can help you further.
Email or give us a call at (803) 200-2570 — we’re happy to help!
Make Sure You Have the Right Tech
Our online classes are hosted on the online learning-management platform Canvas and are designed to be just as rigorous, collaborative, and hands-on as our on-campus classes. It’s important that you’re prepared with the technology you need to be successful in these dynamic online-learning environments.
Make sure you have access to:
- Computer (desktop or laptop)
- Microsoft Office
If you ever encounter technical problems, the Help Desk is available 24/7 to assist you.
Once you’ve found your program of interest, it’s time to take that first exciting step toward your future and apply online.
Take Classes & Grow
This part is the heart of the process. It is where you develop into the person you know God intends you to be. Through conversation and study, through reflection and hard work, you’ll become a person with the skills and compassion, the enduring faith, to reach your goals and do His great work.
And this part begins with your first online class, which you’ll take via our online learning-management platform, Canvas. Through Canvas, you’ll do everything you would in an in-person class, including participating in discussions, doing projects, listening to lectures, and working closely with your professors.
The moment you’ve been waiting for. You’ve made friends and close connections. You’ve had career- and faith-building experiences. You’ve submitted your final papers and exams. And it’s time, at last, to receive your diploma.