Our Programs

International Students - (No Fees) U.S. Incarcerated - ($25 one-time reg. fee) U.S. Students - ($25 one-time reg. fee) $960 annual tuition for Degree Programs



B.R.S., M.T.S., M.Div.

Course work, exams,essay writing
May require outside book reading
Access to advisors and faculty
Prerequisites: diploma; transcripts
$960 annual tuition


Course Completion Certificate

Same Course work and exams
No essays or outside reading
No faculty/advisor assistance
No prerequisities
No annual fees

Try Us Out

If you are not sure NationsUniversity will provide what you are looking for, you may Register online and then Enroll  in any of our courses in order to sample the study material and exams provided. NationsUniversity offers an affordable Christian education.



1. Degree Program: If you decide you want to earn college credits or a degree from NU, click on ACADEMICS in the above menu and follow the instructions provided for Enrollment in an Academic Program.


2. Personal Enrichment: If you aren't interested in college credits but simply want deeper theological knowledge through structured study, you may continue to take any and all courses desired at no cost, for as long as you wish. We will provide a completion certificate for each course you successfully complete.


3. Not now? If you decide you don't have time or the interest to pursue further study right now, that's OK. Thanks for taking a look at us. However, if you completed the registration process and received a student ID number, keep the ID number in case you want to come back some months or years in the future. You don't need to register again as we will keep your ID and personal information in our permanent record.



Academic Year

NationsUniversity students take courses at their own pace, therefore, students can enroll in NationsUniversity at any time. NationsUniversity is a year-round university and does not have "semesters or "quarters. Your "academic year" begins the date you register.


Competency-Based Learning
The US Dept of Education at www.ed.gov defines Competency-Based Education in the following way: Transitioning away from seat time, in favor of a structure that creates flexibility, allows students to progress as they demonstrate mastery of academic content, regardless of time, place, or pace of learning. Competency-based strategies provide flexibility in the way that credit can be earned or awarded, and provide students with personalized learning opportunities. This type of learning leads to better student engagement because the content is relevant to each student and tailored to their unique needs. It also leads to better student outcomes because the pace of learning is customized to each student.
By enabling students to master skills at their own pace, competency-based learning systems help to save both time and money. Depending on the strategy pursued, competency-based systems also make better use of technology, support new staffing patterns that utilize teacher skills and interests differently, take advantage of learning opportunities outside of school hours and walls, and help identify opportunities to target interventions to meet the specific learning needs of students. Each of these presents an opportunity to achieve greater efficiency and increase productivity.
NationsUniversity has developed its programs utilizing the principles and expectations of Competency Based Education (CBE). While each course has specific expectations about student workload, the program provides flexibility within a self-paced environment. Students who bring unique and relevant personal experience or education into a course can expect to master the course's objectives more quickly than a student without an equivalent background. The measure, then, is not how long did it take the student to complete the course, but how well did the student demonstrate competency of the stated course objectives. Both NationsUniversity and our accrediting agency, DEAC, strive to promote this competency-based learning experience to ensure student success.