Students from across the nation study at Harding School of Theology by combining on-line courses and occasional, brief trips to Memphis. This combination of face-to-face and distance learning assures your degree program will be both accessible and academically rigorous.
Counseling degrees will have distance options as early as fall 2013.
On-line courses do not require travel. Class discussions are held via Moodle, a state-of-the-art course management website that gives access to class notes and lectures. It also keeps you connected to your professors and classmates, so you have a rich personal experience with your on-line community. Multiple on-line courses are offered each fall and spring semester.
On-campus Intensive Courses
You will not have to sacrifice the networking and relationships that can only form with person-to-person interaction. But you won’t have to sacrifice your ministry either. By taking advantage of one-week intensive courses on-campus, you earn full credit for your course, but you are only on campus for one week during the semester. You will have reading and assignments both before coming to class and after class, so the course lasts the whole semester. You are on campus, however, only one week per class.
On-campus courses meet every semester. All summer courses are in the one-week intensive format