Seminary Modules and Online Courses
Faith Baptist Theological Seminary offers modules and online courses to help you complete your degree. You can spend as little as 4 weeks in modules and complete the rest of your M.A. degree online. Click here to learn more.
SEMINARY MODULE COURSES
Click here for the seminary module schedule.
Click here to register for auditing a module.
SEMINARY ONLINE COURSES
Click here for the seminary online schedule.
Requirements for Graduation
You may complete the M.A.R. or M.A. degrees by modules and online classes. Part of the M.Div. curriculum requirements are offered only in traditional, semester-length courses, but you may complete some of the curriculum requirements in modular format. If you are in the M.A.R. or M.A. programs, you must take at least three modules that are taught by members of the resident faculty. After completing nine credits, you must apply to a degree program and be assigned a resident faculty advisor. Students who fail to apply to a degree program will not be allowed to put additional credits (i.e., beyond the nine-credit limit) toward any degree program. Therefore, you should apply to a degree program when or before you reach the nine-credit limit.
Modules and online courses are $325 per credit hour (through June 30, 2016) with a $25 education fee per credit hour. A person may take any course as a conference audit for a fee of $100. Payment is due on the first day of the class.
On-campus housing is available for module students on a limited basis ($50 per adult for Sunday through Friday 12:00 p.m.). Reservations are accepted on a first-come basis. You may check in Sunday evening or Monday morning. Bedding and towels are furnished. Laundry facilities are available. Rooms may be shared by other module students. Please observe the reserved parking spaces. To reserve guest housing, contact our Housing Department at 515-964-0601, ext. 203.
Ankeny–A Great Place to Live
Ankeny, home to more than 50,000 people, is a fast growing suburb of Des Moines. Ankeny living has all the benefits you would find in a major city while having the feel of a smaller midwestern community. All your shopping and dining needs as well as state parks, bike trails, and a family YMCA are within a short drive. Ankeny is a safe place for you and your children. Two Christian schools are in nearby. In 2008 Family Circle magazine named Ankeny as one of the 10 best places to live in the United States.
Click here to visit the official website of Ankeny.
Life at FBTS
You will find life at FBTS to be enjoyable and stimulating for you and your family.
• Jobs are plentiful, and housing is affordable.
• You have a choice of many local churches to attend.
• You share the campus with Faith Baptist Bible College, which means you have access to the concerts, athletic games, and activities of the college.
• You will find spiritual challenge in chapels, Bible Conference, Missions Conference, and other special speakers on campus.
• You can get wireless internet service on campus.
• You can grab a coffee, smoothie, or snack at Twigs, our campus coffee shop.
• Your children will enjoy being around the college and seminary students.
• You can even be part of the seminary intramural basketball team.
• Seminary life is guided by the Seminary Student Handbook.
You will enjoy seminary life at Faith!
Ankeny: A Great Place to Live
Ankeny is a great place to live! It has been rated as one of the top cities in Iowa, and we agree! Whether you take advantage of campus housing or live nearby, you will find plenty of housing options to fit your needs.
Faith has several apartment units available at a reasonable price. You'll enjoy being able to walk to school each day! Click here and scroll down to Campus Apartments for information about our apartments. Click here for an application for Faith housing.
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