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Flex Ministry Program

Finish your ministry prep quickly and affordably.

God is calling you. The Church needs you. If you’re looking to take that next step toward ordination, seminary, or the credentials you need in order to answer that calling—meet our Flex Ministry Program. This dynamic program gives you the freedom to dual-enroll, finish your bachelor's degree in religion, ​or ​pursue your ordination requirements with the resources you need, not the ones you don't. Click here if you are ready to apply, or scroll down to learn more!

The Flex Ministry Program at SWU is flexible and affordable—designed for eager learners of all ages. Engage world-class content experts and complete your degree from the comfort of your own home while working in your current church or ministry. This program is affordable, flexible, and self-paced. Plus, we’ll try to find a way to convert your prior experience to college credit! 

Earn credit for prior experience. Your education, your way!

Flexible
Various religion and bible courses, regularly offered

Self-paced
7-14 weeks per course (or less)

Prior Learning Assessments
Earn credit for ministry and training experience

Affordable
$399 per course

Accredited
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges
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Classes start Summer 2021 (May), Summer 2021 (June) and Fall 2021 (August). Click below to get started!

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Flex Ministry Program FAQs

Dr. Mike Tapper, Chair of the Division of Religion at SWU, answers FAQs that we receive about this inventive program!

Will this help me get ordained?

Can I afford this?

Does this fit my schedule?

Will I get credit for prior experiences?

Can I transfer in?

Can I do this while in high school?