Higher Education Accreditation Program (HEAP) Approved Christian Philosophy of Education Courses

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Institution Course Number and Name Application/Enrollment Notes
Bryan CollegeEDUC 511 - Education in a Pluralistic SocietyEmail an advisor to discuss enrolling as a non-degree seeking student:  Bryan College Advisor Individuals wishing to take one of the Philosophy courses or various non-credit Education/Bible options would need to enroll as a non-degree seeking student (advisor e-mail to the left). Information on the online programs can be found here: Bryan Graduate Programs
Cairn UniversityEDU 717 - Theoretical and Philosophical Foundations of Education (3 Credits)Cairn University Applications Offered Summer and Fall; student must apply with the 'non-matriculating application' when they apply (link to the left).
Columbia International UniversityEDU 6231 - History and Philosophy of Education This course surveys and analyzes the historical and philosophical ideas that guide educational theory and practice in schools today. The course focuses on the study of ideas and movements and their developmental effects on current educational settings in the United States. In addition, major consideration is given to Christian philosophical perspectives which are the foundation of Christian school education, with attention given to the goals of education, the nature of the learner and learning, the role of the teacher, and the content of curriculum as components of educational philosophy.
Corban UniversityEDU 511 - Biblical Wordlview in Education (3 credits)Corban University Application 1. Go to the application link here: https://corbanuniversity.formstack.com/forms/cu_application
2. For Academic Level select: Graduate Education: Non-Degree Seeking
3. Fill out the application and submit it!
4. Once the application is in then the Registrar will be in contact to discuss the course you are looking for (ED511).
Dordt University

CORE 310/EDUC 300 - History and Philosophy of Education

Dordt Summer Courses Teachers would be admitted to Dordt as non-degree seeking students and are asked to submit a copy of their college transcript as part of the admissions process.
Johnson University

EDUC 5022 - Teaching in the Christian School

www.JohnsonU.edu  Interested teachers would need to go to the website and select APPLY at the top right of the website. Since EDUC 5022 is a grad course, select Graduate and fill the application out as a Non-Degree Seeking student.
Liberty University

Undergraduate: EDUC 305 - Educational Philosophy for Teachers

Graduate: EDUC 604 - Foundations of Education

LU Admissions: 1-800-424-9595 (See Notes Section)

Individuals interested in taking either of these courses should call LU Admissions (1-800-424-9595).  When talking to the admissions counselor, ask to be placed in a “non-degree seeking” or “special student” status.  The counselor can then assist with course enrollment.