What is the next best thing to in-person, classroom learning? Live-Online Hybrid Courses from Appalachian Bible College give you the chance to participate in college classes in real time. Watch from anywhere in the world as the professor lectures; you can even ask questions and take part in student discussions. If you cannot log in at the scheduled time, you can watch recordings later, with approval. You will have the same homework and exams as your classmates on campus. These accredited online courses provide dynamic distance learning for high school students, international students, and anyone desiring to deepen their ministry skills.

Dates

Course Dates: January 12 - April 28, 2021 

Times listed below are Eastern.

Cost

  • Tuition: $570 per credit hour, plus $25 per course hybrid technology fee

  • Financial Aid: You may be eligible for federal, state, and institutional aid. Among others, scholarships are available for part-time students, high school (dual enrollment) students, and West Virginians.

  • Audit: $65 per credit hour, plus $25 per course hybrid technology fee

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Requirements

Technology
  • Computer, Tablet, or Smart Phone with camera & mic
  • High-speed Internet Connection
Attendance
  • Students must attend at least 50% of the classes live. If an exception must be made, contact the Academics office.
  • Not available to resident students.
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Courses

  • BI 109 - Principles of Bible Interpretation
    (3 credits)
    Dr. John Rinehart
    Mon., Wed., Fri. at 8:00 - 8:50am

    This course trains students in the principles and practice of literal interpretation—the determination of an author’s intended meaning by the words of his text in their grammatical and historical context. As such, the course develops: 1) the principle of single intent and the stability of textual meaning, 2) the importance of context and the progress of revelation, and 3) the features of the primary literary genres in the Bible.
  • BI 112 - Survey of New Testament
    (2 credits)
    Dr. Joel Pinter
    Tues., Thurs. at 8:00 - 8:50am

    This course 1) surveys the historical background, purpose, and message of the 27 books of the NT, and 2) summarizes themes of fulfillment of OT promises in Christ.
  • BI 114 - Matthew – Acts
    (3 credits)
    Dr. Jonathan Rinker
    Mon., Wed., Fri. at 12:40 - 1:30pm

    This exposition aims at discerning the author’s intended meaning in the text of the Gospels and Acts. The course includes: 1) an introduction to significant historical background and interpretive issues, 2) a demonstration of exegetical method in the Gospels and Acts, and 3) a synthesis of primary biblical-theological themes in this section.
  • BI 218 - Joshua – Esther
    (3 credits)
    Dr. Chris Roberts
    Tues., Thurs. at 4:00 - 5:15pm

    This exposition aims at discerning the author’s intended meaning in the text of these OT historical books. The course includes: 1) an introduction to significant historical background issues, 2) a demonstration of exegetical method in this OT narrative, and 3) a synthesis of primary biblical-theological themes in this section.
  • BI 416 - Isaiah – Malachi
    (3 credits)
    Dr. John Rinehart
    Mon., Wed., Fri. at 10:00 - 10:50am

    This exposition aims at discerning the author’s intended meaning in the text of these OT prophetic books. The course includes: 1) an introduction to significant historical background issues, 2) a demonstration of exegetical method in this OT prophetic literature, and 3) a synthesis of primary biblical-theological themes in this section.
  • LA 103B - Fundamentals of Speech B
    (3 credits)
    Miss Cheryl Parvin
    Mon., Wed., Fri. at 1:40 - 2:30pm

  • MU 106 - Music, Worship, & the Church
    (2 credits)
    Mr. Jeremy Yowell
    Tues., Thurs. at 10:00 - 10:50am

    Basic introduction to the theology of worship with specific application to music. Discussions and readings in philosophy, aesthetics, ethnomusicology, and culture with conclusions drawn about the practice of corporate worship. Includes an introduction to music notation with the goal of attaining basic competence in the performance and creation of music.
  • PE 102 - Health
    (1 credit)
    Mrs. Linda Hammons
    Thur. at 9:00 - 9:50am

  • TH 206 - Doctrine 2: God, Christ, Holy Spirit & Angels
    (3 credits)
    Dr. Joel Pinter
    Mon., Wed., Fri. at 8:00 - 8:50am

  • TH 308 - Doctrine 4: Church & Last Things
    (3 credits)
    Dr. Jonathan Rinker
    Mon., Wed., Fri. at 10:00 - 10:50am

    This course considers, from a dispensational perspective, 1) the Church: its origin and purpose, membership and leadership, and 2) Last Things, including future judgments and salvation, the culmination of God’s kingdom in Christ, and the destiny of Israel and the Church.
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