Online Education

A Personal, Flexible Online Bible Education

Dig deep into the Bible from your home. Join us for a class, receive a one-year certificate or take the full two-your program.

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Be Equipped for Ministry, Wherever You Are

Your location shouldn’t determine your ability to dig deep into God’s Word. Ethnos360 Bible Institute’s online Bible education will prepare you for life, missions, and ministry.

Where do you want to start?

3 Ways to Study

Individual Class

Visit the individual classes page, choose an upcoming class, and begin digging deep into the Bible

Biblical Studies Certificate

Your 30 credit hour, chronological overview of the Bible. Complete the certificate in 1 year or at your own pace.

Associates Degree

Your 64 credit hour online biblical studies program. Study through the whole Bible, from Genesis to Revelation.

Flexible

Study Around Your Schedule

We know how busy life can be. That’s why we’ve designed each class to function on a weekly schedule, allowing you to complete your class lectures and homework when it works best for you.
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Relational Interaction with Staff and Students

You’ll have access to meet with your teachers and interact with your fellow students through discussion boards and assignments. We even have staff dedicated to discipleship for our full-time online students.

An Affordable Education

$170

Per Credit Hour

$2,070

Per Full-Time Trimester
Includes 11 credits of tuition, tech fee, and admin fee.

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Take An Online Class For Free

Developed by the same team that designed our online program, our free online classes will give you a glimpse into EBI. Choose from three different classes and start studying the Bible today.

FAQ

What does each class cost?

We are currently offering our online classes at a rate of $170 per credit hour. The national average cost per credit hour is $594.

Are class sessions live or on demand?

The classes are on demand. The class is split up into weekly segments. The video viewing and homework are due at the end of each week and can be done at any time during that week.

What should I expect from homework?

Homework assignments may include reading articles posted by the instructor, writing a paper or an essay, and making posts on Populi in response to questions posed by the instructor.

What does course interaction look like?

At various times in the course, students will respond to a question posed by the instructor based on the content learned during that particular unit. Students will be required to read a select number of posts from their peers and respond to their work. Guidelines are given for quality interactions. The instructor will read and interact with students through these posts. Also, the instructor will designate time slots during which he is available to students via chat.

What should I expect from each class?

A course is broken down into seven units, each being one week in length. Each unit contains several videos (approximately 3 hours per unit/week). Students will log on to the Learning Management System (Populi) where they will watch videos, make posts, interact with other students as well as the instructor, etc. All assignments are hosted on Populi. All assignments are submitted through Populi as well. Populi is user friendly with a low learning curve.

When do I take each class?

Each course is broken down into seven units, each being one week in length. Students can complete work at any time during a unit and all work must be completed by the end of that unit. All units begin on a Monday and run through the following Monday.

What is the time commitment like?

Time Per Credit Hour

Students can anticipate approximately 4 hours of work per credit per week. For example, taking a 3 credit course, a student should expect 12 hours of total work each week. This includes video viewing and homework assignments. Homework assignments may include reading articles posted by the instructor, writing a paper or an essay, and making posts on Populi in response to questions posed by the instructor.

Time Commitment for Full-Time Students

Students can anticipate approximately 20 hours of work per week for the duration of a course. This includes video viewing and homework assignments. Homework assignments may include reading articles posted by the instructor, writing a paper or an essay, and making posts on Populi in response to questions posed by the instructor.

Can I audit a class?

Yes, you can audit any class for the cost of $40 per credit hour. Apply to take individual classes, then, once accepted, register for the classes you’d like to audit.

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Mike Day

Admissions Director

262.542.9411 (ext. 1314)
mike_day@ntm.org

 

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