You can begin taking online classes the fall semester of your junior year and earn college credit while still in high school! There are currently two options for online classes:

 

  • Summer Jump Start Program: Earn two or three college credits in a one-week class. This is a college-meets-camp atmosphere with a week of learning, fun nightly activities, and making new friends!
  • Semester-long Online Classes (Up to 16 credits per semester)

2021- 2022 Online Course Options

Spring Term I (January 11 - March 7)

 

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Spring Courses 2022 Term I
Course Number
Credits
Instructor

Introduction to Literature*

G-HU 202

3

Dr. Joshua Boyd

Modern World History

G-HI 204

3

Dr. Ken Rathbun

Old Testament Prophets*

B-SU 102

3

Dr. Keith Kobelia

Spring Term II (March 15 - May 9)

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Spring Courses 2022 Term II
Course Number
Credits
Instructor

Apologetics and Worldview

T-SY 304

3

Prof. Andy Stearns

Bible Doctrine IV*

T-SY 302

2

Dr. Ken Rathbun

Biblical Philosophy of Music

M-MU 336

1

Dr. Christopher Ellis

New Testament Survey*

B-SU 104

3

Dr. Keith Kobelia

Spring 2022 Remote Teaching (16-week)

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Spring Courses 2022
Course Number
Credits
Instructor

Acts

B-AN 404

2

Prof. Mark Lounsbrough

Bible Doctrine II*

T-SY 202

3

Dr. Alan Cole

Bible Doctrine Survey*

T-SY 102

3

Dr. Alan Cole

Christian Experience*

T-SY 104

2

Prof. Andy Stearns

College Mathematics

G-NM 106

3

Mrs. Brenna Capon

Contemporary Ethics

G-HU 204

3

Dr. Paul Hartog

Cultural Anthropology

G-SS 402

3

Prof. Mark Lounsbrough

Current Issues in Missiology

M-ME 402

2

Prof. Mark Lounsbrough

Dynamics of Human Development

G-PE 310

1

Dr. Mark Stupka

English Composition II*

G-CO 102

3

Mrs. Rachel Grotzke

Foundations of Coaching

G-PE 304

1

Prof. Brian Fincham

Introduction to Psychology and Counseling

G-SS 102

3

Dr. Kraig Keck

Introduction to Sports Management

G-PE 302

3

Prof. Brian Fincham

Physical Science*

G-NM 104

3

Prof. Brandon Fritz

Western Civilization II*

G-HI 202

3

Prof. Andy Stearns

Registration Process

1

Complete the application at go.faith.edu

2

Complete the online registration form (Coming soon)

  • Register by August 15 for Fall Semester
  • Register by December 15 for Spring Semester
3

Send two completed reference forms (not a relative).

If you are homeschooled, have a supervising teacher complete the reference form.

If you have questions, email admissions@faith.edu or call us at 1-888-324-8448.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the cost?

Cost is $150 per credit hour, with a technology fee of $35 per course.

When can I start taking online classes as a high school student?

You can begin taking online classes the fall semester of your junior year. You can begin taking Jump Start courses the summer before your junior year.

When should I register?

Complete the student application any time. You can complete a registration up to one year before the class begins. Registration must be completed two weeks prior to the start of class.

What do I do once I am enrolled?

Once you become an online student, you will receive login information from Faith. You will then be required to take a short online orientation before your first class.

What technology would I need?

Check out our list of technology requirements in order to take online classes.

Dual Credit Option

High school juniors and seniors who are homeschooled or in Christian schools have the option of taking Faith online courses for college credit, and if their parent or Christian school chooses, for high school credit, as well. Contact the Admissions Department for more information.

Questions?

Contact Kara Walton.

Start Earning College Credit

Register for your online course at Faith and start earning college credits while still in high school.

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