Non-program studies

non-program student studies during Winter Term

Most students are enrolled in a two-year course of study that has been carefully planned to encourage spiritual, mental and skills development. Non-program students are enrolled for one or more terms without a prescribed course of study. They have greater freedom to pick and choose classes. They typically do not participate in apprenticing. Non-program students may not take more than 6 credit hours per semester.

People who wish to study at Faith Builders have the following options:

  1. Enroll in a two-year track of study โ€“ Teacher Apprenticing (TAP), Christian Ministries, or General Studies.
  2. Enroll as a non-program student in Fall and Spring Terms โ€“ For people who wish to take classes for one or more terms without planning to complete a track of study. Mentoring is a required course for any student taking over 6 hours.
  3. Enroll as a non-program student in the Winter or Summer Short Terms โ€“ For people who wish to take classes offered in five-week terms. The Winter Short Term specializes in Bible, theology, discipleship, and music courses. The Summer Short Term focuses on courses of interest to K-12 educators and general education students.