Study Program
Degree Programs
Explore the distance learning and online theology programs offered at Global University
The Undergraduate School of Bible and Theology makes up the undergraduate program of Global University. The degree programs are open to all who have a high school diploma or its equivalent. For those with previous undergraduate training, transfer credit may be accepted. All of Global University's degree programs may be completed entirely by distance education—no on-campus time required! Many courses are available on-line, and many courses are available in Spanish. For those searching for online theology programs or wishing to pursue an online theology major, the ease of working toward a degree with Global University may surprise you. With independent study, materials are mailed to you so you can proceed at your own pace. This is helpful if you’re faced with a hectic schedule in the service of a congregation or following the higher call to serve, which requires time for study and contemplation. Many of the undergraduate courses are offered online as well. Here, you can take advantage of an interactive learning environment with opportunities to collaborate. Like distance learning, pursuing your online theology major with online classes is easier to manage. Another advantage of Global University is you learn a Christian worldview that extends across many disciplines and cultures. You can be halfway around the world, and with the Internet, you can answer the call to serve by being enrolled in one of the online theology programs at Global University in Springfield, Missouri. If you have any questions regarding enrollment or about our online theology programs, call 21435529 You may also send an e-mail to director@git.edu.mt
The Undergraduate School of Bible and Theology makes up the undergraduate program of Global University. The degree programs are open to all who have a high school diploma or its equivalent. For those with previous undergraduate training, transfer credit may be accepted. All of Global University's degree programs may be completed entirely by distance education—no on-campus time required! Many courses are available on-line, and many courses are available in Spanish. For those searching for online theology programs or wishing to pursue an online theology major, the ease of working toward a degree with Global University may surprise you. With independent study, materials are mailed to you so you can proceed at your own pace. This is helpful if you’re faced with a hectic schedule in the service of a congregation or following the higher call to serve, which requires time for study and contemplation. Many of the undergraduate courses are offered online as well. Here, you can take advantage of an interactive learning environment with opportunities to collaborate. Like distance learning, pursuing your online theology major with online classes is easier to manage. Another advantage of Global University is you learn a Christian worldview that extends across many disciplines and cultures. You can be halfway around the world, and with the Internet, you can answer the call to serve by being enrolled in one of the online theology programs at Global University in Springfield, Missouri. If you have any questions regarding enrollment or about our online theology programs, call 21435529 You may also send an e-mail to director@globaluniversity.org.mt
Pretest Requirement for All Students Enrolling in Global University Undergraduate Programs Beginning January 1, 2012, we are enforcing the policy found in the 2012 catalog regarding pretests. The policy reads as follows: All students enrolling in any Global University program (except a certificate program) [undergraduate English programs of study only, at this time] must complete the Bible and Theology Pretest. All students who enroll in a four-year BA program (128 credits) must complete the General Education Pretest as well as the Bible and Theology Pretest. These two assessments must be completed before students request the final exam for their first Global University course. Acceptance into a program does not depend on scores on these tests, and the results do not appear on transcripts. These pretests are simply tools to help us measure growth in knowledge from the beginning of a student’s degree program until the end. The posttests required for the undergraduate capstone are the same tests as the pretests.  Based on this policy, if we receive a final exam at the International Office for an  undergraduate student who is studying in English and has not completed the pretests, we will notify the student’s office, and will hold the final exam(s) until the required pretests have been completed.