• Information Session
    October 2, 2014
    5:30-7:30PM
    Solid Rock Church
    Kissimmee, FL

    1-800-497-2972 • Admissions@warner.edu

  • Information Session
    October 2, 2014
    5:30-7:30PM
    Solid Rock Church
    Kissimmee, FL

    1-800-497-2972 • Admissions@warner.edu

  • Information Session
    October 2, 2014
    5:30-7:30PM
    Solid Rock Church
    Kissimmee, FL

    1-800-497-2972 • Admissions@warner.edu

Academic Programs

Associate's Degrees

General Studies

The Associate of Arts degree is widely accepted and prepares students for the completion of their bachelor’s. In some situations, this degree will meet the student’s educational goals related to their job. After completion of an associate degree, many of our students will then enter one of the following programs:

  • Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Arts in Educational Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Health Care Management

Church Ministry

The Associate of Science in Church Ministry will provide you with the academic rigor and instructional excellence in the areas of general education and ministry. This program provides the following:

  • 30 hours of general education coursework (i.e. English, science, math)
  • Courses in Christian ministry
  • A strong foundation leading to a Bachelor of Science in Transformational Christian Ministry

Bachelor's Degrees

Business Administration

The Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration degree has been designed to help you advance your skills and abilities in general business, and more specifically as follows:

  • Management, marketing, human resource management, accounting, and finance courses
  • Improve important leadership, management and critical thinking skills
  • Key business concepts while integrating a Christian worldview

Educational Studies

The Bachelor of Arts in Educational Studies program is suitable for employment opportunities and career advancement in education and non-profit based organizations, as well as the following:

  • Emphasis is placed on helping each adult student develop the contemporary knowledge, skills, and attitude needed to teach in a Florida school
  • Course content is focused on the practical application of concepts to the public school classroom
  • Preparation for graduate school

Health Care Management

Perhaps you are a health care provider in need of a bachelor’s degree for your next career move or job promotion. Our Bachelor of Arts in Health Care Management degree provides the following:

  • A unique blend of health care and management courses to sharpen your skills
  • Courses that explore the US health care system, community and public health, and legal and social aspects of health care
  • Other classes include budgeting and financial management in health care, and leadership in business

Transformational Christian Ministry

The Bachelor of Science in Transformational Christian Ministry is designed to prepare men and women for faithful Christian ministry in the following:

  • The local church, non-profit missions outreach, or community-based ministry
  • The title of the program is taken directly from scripture, “Be not conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind in Christ Jesus” (Romans 12:2)

Master's Degrees

Business Administration

The 36-hour Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is a professional degree designed to prepare students for administrative roles in business, and–

  • Can be completed in 16 months, 24 months, or 3 years, depending upon qualifications, personal commitment and work schedule
  • Available entirely online or completed by attending classes offered on Tuesday nights from 6-10 pm

If you choose to complete the MBA degree, you can choose from the following concentrations:

  • Accounting
  • Human Resources
  • International Business
  • Management

Educational Studies

The Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) degree is for active educators who desire to improve their ability in the classroom and provide leadership to the education profession, and­–

  • Designed to provide the opportunity for current teachers and educators to complete the requirements in 2 years while maintaining full-time employment
  • Provides the opportunity to study at a level of complexity and specialization that extends one’s knowledge and intellectual maturity
  • Requires one to analyze, explore, question, reconsider, and synthesize old and new knowledge and skills 

Management

The 36-hour Master of Science in Management (MSM) degree is a practical-based graduate program designed to integrate current business and management topics in today’s society, and­–

  • Can be completed in 16 months, 24 months, or 3 years, depending upon qualifications, personal commitment and work schedule
  • Designed for working professionals seeking additional knowledge beyond their bachelor’s degree

Ministry

The Master of Ministry degree is a 36 credit hour degree designed for those working in ministry, and­–

  • Can be completed in 24 months
  • Completed online
  • Take on class at a time to accommodate busy schedules
  • Desire a deeper training in spirituality, vision, leadership, connectedness, and knowledge
  • Complete a ministry project

 

Certificates

Church Ministry

If you have already earned your Bachelor’s or Associate degree in Church Ministry, the Certificate in Ministry may be for you. The Certificate in Ministry was added to the online church ministry program to assist students seeking specific courses or a specific degree focus that can be tailored to individual interests. The Certificate in Church Ministry can be taken for credit or non-credit, allowing more options and lower cost alternatives. Taken for credit, the Certificate in Ministry can later be applied to one of the other two online church ministry degree programs.

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Scholarships

You can earn scholarships! Each year, billions of dollars are given through outside scholarships available to college students. A simple web search on Google or Yahoo! can allow students to find available scholarships and applications. Find out what you qualify for, and start accessing them today!

At Warner University, we offer institutional scholarships and process outside scholarships from other organizations. Contact Financial Aid to learn more!

 

Grants

Grants are financial awards from the federal and state governments that do not have to be paid back. Grants are awarded to students who meet each set of the qualifications. All U.S. citizens (and eligible non-citizens) must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each school year in order to determine eligibility for federal grants.

 

Loans

Many students find federal loans to be the best way to pay for their college education. That’s why we participate in the Federal Direct Loan Program, which consists of the Federal Direct Stafford (subsidized) Loan, the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan, the Federal Direct PLUS Loan, and the Federal Direct Consolidation Loan Program. The U.S. Department of Education is the lender and, except for consolidation loans, delivers loan proceeds through the school.

 

Public Service Scholarship

Warner University is committed to offering you the highest quality of education available. This is why we offer a public service discount for all undergraduate, graduate, post-graduate students.

Who is eligible for Public Service Tuition Discount?

  • Law enforcement (police) personnel
  • Fire safety (firefighters) personnel
  • Emergency services (EMT) personnel
  • Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Senior Members
  • Corrections Officers
 

Florida Residents

Special grants are offered to students who live within the state of Florida, considered as “in-state” residents. The Florida Resident Access Grant (FRAG) is available to you. Fill out a form for proof of residency with the Financial Aid Office.

 

Military Benefits

Warner University is committed to supporting our community of service members, veterans, and their spouses as they progress toward their educational goals. As you serve our country, we want to serve you in your education. Your service may entitle you to several benefits and our military support staff would be happy to explore which benefits you qualify for. Our experienced advisors can help you take full advantage of these crucial financial resources.

 

Yellow Ribbon Program

The Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program (Yellow Ribbon Program) is a provision of the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008. The newest VA education benefit, the Post-9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33), is now available to eligible veterans and service members. This new program offers more comprehensive education benefits to veterans and active duty service members who served at least 90 aggregate days of active duty on or after September 11, 2001, or served 30 continuous days and were discharged with a service-connected disability.

 

Tuition

While cost is often a major determining factor in choosing a university, the benefit of being a student at a faith-based university, where you can grow spiritually as well as academically, may be one of the most important decisions you will ever make. Some type of financial aid is received by 98% of Warner University students. Tuition assistance can also come in the form of student loans and work opportunities. Costs do not include financial aid, which often greatly reduce the total cost. As a nonprofit institution, Warner University offers some of the lowest tuition rates among top online universities. Additionally, scholarships and flexible payment plans make Warner’s low tuition rates even more affordable. Caring about your education, Warner University Online is committed to helping you through the financial aid process. Our staff is available to answer your questions about your financial needs, and get you on the fast track toward accomplishing your educational and life goals. Please call our office directly with any questions: (863) 638-7202.

 

CHART of
Tuition Fees

Undergraduate

Associate of Arts/General Education Courses
12 semester hours – $389.00 per credit hour $4,668.00
Associate of Science in Church Ministry
(Adult Learning)
12 semester hours – $389.00 per credit hour $4,668.00
Business Administration
(Adult Learning)
12 semester hours – $389.00 per credit hour $4,668.00
Educational Studies
(Adult Learning)
12 semester hours – $389.00 per credit hour $4,668.00
Health Care Management
12 semester hours – $389.00 per credit hour $4,668.00
Online Church Ministry
12 semester hours – $389.00 per credit hour $4,668.00

 

Graduate

Master of Arts in Business Administration
6 semester hours – $495.00 per semester hour $2,970 per semester
Master of Arts in Education
6 semester hours – $399.00 per semester hour $2,394 per semester
Master of Ministry
6 semester hours – $399.00 per semester hour $2,394 per semester
Master of Science in Management
6 semester hours – $495.00 per semester hour $2,970 per semester
 

Church Service Grant

Warner University is committed to offering affordable education. This is why we offer a church service grant for all undergraduate and graduate students.

Who is eligible for the Church Service Grant?

  • Ministers
  • Ministry associates
  • Parachurch workers
  • Lay ministers
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Will a college degree really make a difference in my career?

In our increasingly competitive marketplace, employers are placing greater value on education than ever before. Today, college graduate earn on average 75 percent more than high school graduates. Over the course of a career, that means a college graduate will earn, on average, almost $1 million more than a high school graduate, while individuals with a master’s degree will earn on average an income of 110 percent more than high school graduates.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, “Education is essential in getting a high-paying job. … In fact, for all but one of the fifty highest paying occupations, a college degree or higher is the most significant source of education or training.”

Frequently Asked Questions

Is an online format comparable to the traditional residential, on-campus format of classes?

Yes. Numerous studies have proven that distance learners perform as well or better than their on-campus counterparts. In the book The No Significant Difference Phenomenon, author Thomas L. Russell cites 355 research reports, papers and summaries dating back to 1928 that found no significant difference between online and in-class learning. Where a difference was identified, it generally favored the online student.

Frequently Asked Questions

How fast can I complete my degree?

Some students are able to finish a degree in 12 months and some finish in three years. Degree completion greatly depends upon your qualifications, personal commitment and work schedule. For undergraduate programs, the more credits you transfer in, the faster you’ll complete your degree. You may be able to earn credits from professional training or by utilizing credit from previous college courses you have taken. Our graduate programs are designed to be completed in 24 months.

Frequently Asked Questions

What happens if I move to a new location?

The benefit of Warner University Online is that it does not make a difference where you are located while completing your degree program. Warner’s classes can be continued from anywhere in the world as long as you have access to the Internet and a computer that meets our technology requirements.

Frequently Asked Questions

When and how often do I have to be online for class?

When and how long you log in during the week is completely up to you. Warner University Online offers you the flexibility to complete assignments at your own pace, at a time convenient to you within each week. Courses are constructed so as there are no required login times during the week. As long as you meet the deadlines specified by the professor for turning in assignments, you can complete your assignment at any time of the day or night.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the cost of attendance at Warner?

As a nonprofit institution, Warner University offers some of the lowest tuition rates among top online universities. Additionally, scholarships and flexible payment plans make Warner’s low tuition rates even more affordable.

Tuition assistance can also come in the form of student loans and work opportunities. Costs do not include financial aid, which often greatly reduce the total cost.

Chart of Tuition Fees:

Associate of Arts/General Education Courses
12 semester hours – $389.00 per credit hour $4,668
Associate of Science in Church Ministry
(Adult Learning)
12 semester hours – $389.00 per credit hour $4,668
Business Administration
(Adult Learning)
12 semester hours – $389.00 per credit hour $4,668
Educational Studies
(Adult Learning)
12 semester hours – $389.00 per credit hour $4,668
Health Care Management
12 semester hours – $389.00 per credit hour $4,668
Online Church Ministry
12 semester hours – $389.00 per credit hour $4,668

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I apply for admission?

You may apply online or by submitting a paper application through the mail. Since every student has unique needs and questions, Warner University admissions counselors are available to help and answer any questions for you throughout the process as well as to help you enroll in your first classes.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is your school code for FAFSA?

The code you’ll need for Warner is 008848.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does Warner University accept transfer credit?

Warner University transfers credit for both undergraduate and graduate students. Learn more about the specific transfer credit policies for your degree program. It is important that you make the best decision regarding where to pursue your degree, which is why we provide a free unofficial transfer consultation of your transcripts prior to admission.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get my books and course materials?

There are a variety of ways you can purchase books and materials. You can buy new and used or rent from the Warner bookstore, and they can be shipped directly to you. Once you are registered, your class schedule will indicate the ISBN numbers for required textbooks for you to shop at a location of your choice.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the next start date?

Classes start every eight weeks. Upcoming dates are as follows:

  • August 25, 2014
  • October 20, 2014

Frequently Asked Questions

How long has Warner University been in existence?

Founded as Warner Southern College in 1968 by Church of God pastors and laity, the institution became known as Warner University in 2008. The first freshman class of just 27 students entered in the fall of 1968. But now, Warner bustles with over 1,077 students from over 30 states and 20 countries, all dedicated to learning in a vibrant Christian community. Our West campus has grown from two buildings to ten, including the new 49,000-square-foot Darby Academic Building.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Warner University accredited?

Warner University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award Associate, Bachelor and Masters. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Warner University. The Commission is to be contacted only if there is evidence that appears to support the University’s significant non-compliance with a requirement or standard.

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