You may already have a graduate degree but want to enhance your skills and maintain
your credentials with continuing education units (CEUs) from a university that shares
In discussions with Christian school leaders and Christian school credentialing organizations (including ACSI), it has become clear that many Christian school teachers and administrators need relevant continuing education courses that will help to keep their knowledge and credentials up-to-date. Some of these educators either already have a master's degree or don't have the time or money to invest in a full-blown master's degree program.
CBU's Metcalf School of Education is now offering a continuing education program through our Master of Science in Education courses designed specifically for faith-based school leaders. For just $140 per CEU unit (and a $100 per course delivery fee), continuing education student have access to a wide range of world-class graduate programs at half the normal tuition price.*
This is a huge value for students and offers course selections taught specifically for application within the Christian school environment. Why go to the public university and be inculcated with secular teachings about secular education when CBU offers Biblical teaching focused upon Christ-centered education?
Students in these programs enjoy the fellowship, collaboration and inspiration of experienced faculty and fellow Christian school educators. You will find the experience uplifting, challenging and well worth your time and effort.
Take a closer look at our current line-up of graduate courses for faith-based schools leaders that you can choose from (note that summer courses are offered as two-week residential classes at CBU while Fall and Spring courses are taught as live, interactive online classes.)
Questions? Please contact Dr. Jim Heyman, CBU's faith-based program director, at email@example.com
God's blessings on you and yours and the ministries in Him to which He has called you!
* NOTE: Courses taken in the continuing education program qualify for CEUs but are not transferable towards the completion of CBU's graduate programs.