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Asbury focuses on online learning

From staff reports

Set apart is one way to describe online learning at Asbury University.
With online learning, Asbury sets students up for success, no matter what stage of life or geographic location they may find themselves in.
“It’s our goal to give this experience that’s highly relational and highly interactive,” Dr. Josh Fee, dean of Adult & Online Learning, said. “That’s an important part of what online learning looks like at Asbury University. So, there will be many opportunities for students to have interactions, not just with content but also interactions with the faculty and with each other.”
Adult Professional Studies (APS) programs are designed to integrate student life into your everyday with ease. APS classes are eight-weeks in length and can begin in August, October, January and March. Offered at an accelerated rate, classes are designed with adult learners in mind.
Financing the APS program at Asbury is a breeze. Asbury offers an affordable rate of $399 per credit hour with an abundance of financial aid and scholarships available to students.
Asbury APS alumni are working in fields ranging from ministry leadership to martial arts training. Thanks to the unique liberal arts component of the University’s degree programs, students walk away with a broad set of skills that allows them to succeed in any industry.
For more information on APS programs at Asbury, contact Josh Fee at Josh@asbury.edu.