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Free vs. Premium
|Over 170 Courses|
|12 Categories of Courses|
|Course Leader’s Guide|
|Course Listening Guide|
|Course Audio Lectures|
|Course Video Lectures|
|Certificate of Completion|
|Lecture Quizzes and Final Exam|
|Additional Resources (Commentary, Scripture, Devotional)|
|Course Completion Tracking & Progress Reports|
|Suggested Textbook Readings|
|Response Time Discussion Questions|
|Glossary of Terms|
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Premium courses provide the same course lecture material offered for free at www.christianuniversity.org but also offer the opportunity to have your work certified with a Certificate of Completion. To take courses for a Certificate of Completion, follow these simple steps:
We have three different subscription options that range from $7.96 to $9.95 per month. This allows you unlimited access to all the courses. You will receive a Certificate of Completion after you finish each course.
All courses will require that you watch/listen/read all of the lectures and complete some basic requirements such as completing quizzes. Specific requirements will be available for each course in the course syllabus.
All of our Premium courses offer the opportunity to earn a Certificate of Completion. Browse our full list of courses here.
No. You will earn a Certificate of Completion but will not be awarded academic credit or CEUs.
Subscriptions will continue without interruption for as long as you choose to continue the subscription or until we are unable to collect the subscription payment due to, but not limited to, insufficient funds, expired or canceled payment cards, overdrafts and closed accounts.