In-depth Bible Training: Anywhere, Anytime
One of our core values is to maintain a biblically sound partnership with the local church. We believe that distance education enables us to fulfill that value by allowing students to study within the context of their local church rather than relocating to Simi Valley.
Our distance education program combines the high quality education that Eternity is known for with individual discipleship from each student’s local church. As students work through guided reading and online discussion, they will apply what they are learning through hands on ministry in the context of their own hometowns and churches.
Commonly Asked Questions
The format is very similar to our on site classes. Students are responsible for reading assignments and answering questions given by the professor each week. However, instead of coming to class to discuss the homework, students are responsible to participate in online discussions with their professor and fellow classmates via discussion threads. Some classes also include occasional videos posted by professors that students need to watch.
No, you can go online at any time to reply to the discussion threads, but you will need to spend the appropriate amount of hours online per class.
Yes! All of our degree programs can be completed through distance education—you won’t have to do any of your coursework at our Simi Valley campus.
If a student is enrolled in a three unit class, they can expect six to nine hours of homework a week. For a two unit class the workload will be between four and six hours a week.
If your class is three units, you will be expected to spend three hours a week on the discussion threads for your class. If your class is two units, you will spend two hours a week on the discussion threads.
Yes. For more details on auditing distance learning classes or to register for a class as an auditor, visit the auditors section of our website.
An average online class consists of about 20 students.
Yes, please see our latest accreditation statement.
For the Bachelor of Biblical Studies program, students must attain 18 units of specific courses to finish their program. For the complete course list, see our degree programs and download a curriculum chart.