You won’t find a more loving and invested school anywhere in the world. We truly love what we do and what we teach. We love our students and we are completely dedicated to making sure they succeed. But more importantly than that, we love God and His Word. Because this school was started as a Bible study, we have dedicated our time and energy into keeping the Word of God as our focus.
The major difference between our school and others is that we won’t break your bank account. We are not trying to make a profit. To better show the difference here are the costs of a couple of Bible Colleges and Seminaries.
Lancaster Bible College (Pennsylvania) average cost of program: Master of Biblical Studies $21,840, Master of Divinity $34, 125, and PhD (Doctorate) $39, 270.
Gordon Conwell: PhD $24, 270
Charlotte Christian College average cost (not figuring the fees, books, and supplies): Master $1,437 per course, PhD $1,442 per course. This school also charges a $75 fee for their monthly payment plan and it is charged each semester.
Lenoir-Rhyne’s Seminary school (Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary) average cost for their seminary program: $43, 420.
So, now that you have major sticker shock let me break down our costs for you.
One time registration fee $40.00
Cost per course: $40.00 (on campus) or $60.00 (distance learning)
Graduation fee: $55.00 (due two weeks before each graduation)
Cost of books: Unknown. We try our best to keep the cost as affordable as possible and the students are informed of the cost as early as possible. As of this moment, our most expensive textbook is $80.00.
What does that equal up to for each program? Not counting the cost of books, the totals are as follows (for an on campus student):
Associate of Arts in Biblical Studies: $695.00
Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies: $1,295.00
Master of Arts in Biblical Studies or Theology: $1,895.00
Doctor of Philosophy in Biblical Studies or Theology (PhD): $2,495.00
We have no hidden fees. We believe that earning a degree should be possible for any who are willing to do the work. As an added bonus, we do take a break halfway through each class and have a yummy snack.