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Online Learning Program

The Extended Learning Program

If you are seeking a degree or certificate from Asbury Seminary, but your schedule or location make that difficult, consider taking courses online.

Many courses from the Seminary’s degree programs are available through the Extended Learning program (ExL). Students who take advantage of the ExL program find that taking courses online provides them with greater flexibility in earning a degree or certificate than attending classes on a geophysical campus.  ExL is perfect for those who otherwise would not have been able to attend seminary.

The ExL program offers a wide variety of courses in the Master of Divinity and Master of Arts programs to people all across the globe. Through ExL you can be involved in a community that will provide the academic challenge and excellence expected from Asbury’s outstanding faculty, while growing spiritually through prayer and study with peers around the world.

The ExL program offers the opportunity to earn the certificate of Christian studies, up to two-thirds of the Master of Divinity degree, or up to one-half of a Master of Arts degree online through three semesters each year.

Whether you attend campus in Florida or Kentucky, attend intensives on campus or study online for a degree or certificate, you can design an experience to fit with your life and calling. To learn more, call an admissions counselor at 1-800-2-ASBURY and ask for information on the ExL program.

*Student Complaint Policy for Maryland ExL (online) students:
Students with a complaint should contact the Student Services Department in writing at 204 N. Lexington Avenue, Wilmore, KY 40390 or contact the Director of Student Services, Rob Holifield at (859) 858-2093. As required by the Maryland Higher Education Commission, if a student is unable to resolve any grievance at the institutional level, the student may contact the Office of the Attorney General or the Maryland Higher Education Commission. Complaints should be  directed to:
Maryland Attorney General
Consumer Protection Division
200 ST. Paul St.
Baltimore, MD 21202
410-528-8662/888/743/0823 (toll free)

*Pending final approval as a Registered Out-of-State Institution by the Maryland Higher Education Commission