Excellent and qualified faculty, both full-time and adjunctive, teach our students at extension centers.
Southeastern Seminary operates several extension centers throughout the southeastern United States. Core classes and track requirements are offered at these centers and can be applied toward a master's or undergraduate degree. Extension center classes can be combined with online, hybrid, or five-day break classes.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Where are they?
Click on the centers for maps and addresses:
2. How many hours can I take at an extension center?
The amount of hours a student can take at an extension center depends on the degree he or she is pursuing. Please contact our office so that we can walk with you through your degree program.
3. Can I complete an entire degree at an extension center?
While you cannot complete an entire degree at an extension center, you can complete any of our fully online degrees by combining extension center classes with online and Wake Forest hybrid classes.
4. What is the format for Extension Center classes?
We offer extension center classes in 4 Saturday and Hybrid formats. Hybrid courses work just like online classes, but you will meet at one of our extension centers on one weekend out of the semester (Friday 12:00-9:00pm and Saturday 8:00-5:00). Students who do not attend the face-to-face component of the class will be required to withdraw.
5. Do extension center classes count as “on-campus credit”?
Extension Center classes do not count as on-campus credit