Learn more about our inclusively Christian approach to higher education.
Founded in 1906, Abilene Christian University is a private, non-profit university affiliated with Churches of Christ and committed to transformative, energized learning. Supported by a faculty of Christian scholars, we prepare undergraduate and graduate students for service and leadership in their personal and professional lives.
Today, ACU also offers the same quality, rigorous education in our online graduate programs, specifically designed for the working adult.
Further your education at a nationally recognized Christian university while balancing the demands of work, life, and your community. With our online master and doctoral programs, you’ll focus on one class at a time during six- or seven-week sessions. And even though you might be somewhere else geographically, as an ACU online student, you are part of a vibrant, virtual, Christ-centered community.
ACU has partnered with Beneplace to help drive down the cost of education, ultimately making a master’s or doctoral credential more affordable. As a result of this relationship, you may qualify for a 10% reduction in the price of tuition in any ACU online program as well as a waiver of the $50 application fee. Our goal is to provide you with skills necessary to advance your career and add more value to your team, and we look forward to walking with you on your path of lifelong learning.
If time has been the only thing standing between you and your dream of pursuing graduate school, then ACU Online may be right for you. Study on your schedule with one of our 12+ online degree programs designed for working professionals. An online education gives you the flexibility to work independently, but, at ACU, you’re not alone: You will have support from and interaction with your instructors, peers and advisors.
Wondering if an online education is right for you? Contact us today, and we’ll show you how ACU can help you reach your professional goals without sacrificing time away from family and work obligations
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