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Innovative online classes include engaging lectures and interaction through threaded discussions and live class meetings.
You will receive the same content as our on-campus classes, but in a way that is accessible and convenient for your schedule.
Classes at Southeastern deliver theological education and ministry training allowing you to stay in ministry and develop your skills through online education.
At Southeastern, every classroom is a Great Commission classroom, whether it is online or on campus. Our classes will challenge you to have a heart for the nations and equip you to better serve in ministry.
Click here to see a list of Summer 2014 Online Courses being offered.
Click here to see a list of Fall 2014 Online Courses being offered.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What’s the schedule for online classes?
Online classes follow the same semester calendar as on-campus classes – approximately 15 weeks for fall & spring, and 7 weeks for summer. Each week, students watch lectures, complete assigned reading, and interact with online assignments & their professor.
2. Do online classes meet at a certain time each week?
No. Our online lectures are pre-recorded in on-campuses classes. This allows our online students the benefit of both identical material to on-campuses courses with the convenience of watching the lectures each week at times that fit their schedule. However, online students are given the opportunity to interact with the other students and professor through online class meetings a few times throughout the semester.
3. Can I complete my full degree online?
Yes! You can find our full list of online degrees here.
4. How much do online classes cost?
Online class tuition is equivalent to an on-campus course. For more details, please refer to the Tuition & Fees page.