FREE Online Courses
Crown College is pleased to offer the following Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOCs, available to everyone at no cost. By enrolling in these courses and successfully completing the proficiency exam offered at the end of each course, you will receive proficiency credit hours for the corresponding Crown Online course if you enroll in a degree program at Crown College.Each course you enroll in will save tuition dollars if you plan to continue your education through Crown!
“Understanding the Old Testament”
March 12 – April 29, 2018
March 11, 2018
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Certification: Earn your certificate in “Old Testament History and Interpretation” by completing this seven week course.
“Understanding the New Testament”
October 9 – November 26, 2017
June 18 – August 5, 2018
October 8, 2017
June 17, 2018
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Certification: Earn your certificate in “New Testament History and Interpretation” by completing this seven week course.
“College Success Strategies and Skills”
July 31 — August 13, 2017
July 24, 2017
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Students who successfully complete the proficiency work will receive one proficiency credit, which can be counted toward degree programs at Crown. (Credit for this course is not transferable to other institutions.)
Why offer free courses?
The New and Old Testament course offerings are part of a broader initiative aimed at increasing Biblical literacy and giving back to the Christian & Missionary Alliance community. Our desire is to use the tools and resources that God has entrusted us with to help people know the story and great teachings of the Bible. In a virtual era, we want to serve the church by offering specific online courses which will promote biblical knowledge.
What will these New and Old Testament courses look like?
They are in the format of a seven week course that looks very similar to an online college course, but it is based on a learning mastery model. To make the most of each course, you should read select passages from the Bible, read the course textbooks, engage in weekly discussions and collaborative projects, and complete the weekly learning mastery quizzes. These quizzes are designed to help you master the most important information related to the topic of your course. To get the most out of each course, you should anticipate spending approximately 10 hours per week in reading, discussions, and collaborative learning.