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FAQ

What if miss a class in the sequence? Students are encouraged to make every effort to take the established sequence of classes.

If personal or ministry circumstances prevent taking a scheduled class, the students will need to wait until the course is offered again, which may jeopardize the student’s ability to complete the program in three years. The student should note that the on-campus courses will not be offered as regularly as online courses. On-campus classes can not be made up online because of accreditation requirements.

How much does it cost?

See our pricing page for this unique degree. Scholarships are available.

What are the prerequisites for this degree program?

The Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies with an Emphasis in Church Planting requires an undergraduate GPA of 2.75. Some exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis for lower GPA or prospective students who do not hold a Bachelors degree. Contact jessica.avery@asburyseminary.edu for details.

How long are the classes?

All online courses go for the duration of an entire 15 week semester. On-campus courses also meet for an entire 15 week semester even if the on-campus part of the course meets for only one or two weeks. Students will have assignments before and after the on-campus class meeting to achieve the specified student learning outcomes. The ExL online environment will be used to communicate outside the classroom.