Frequently Asked Questions

We have compiled some of the most asked questions we receive. If you do not see an answer to a question here, send us an email to info@nfbc4me.com.

Apply online here to start the application. Once accepted, a member of the NFBC staff will guide you through the next steps.

All of the courses through NFBC Online have an audit option. You can audit any of the classes for just $50. No application is required. Simply click on the courses tab in the menu and select the course you want to take.

There are several degrees you can earn 100% online. You can reference all degrees and programs here.

If you have a cell phone and Wi-Fi or data connection then absolutely! NFBC Online is built to accommodate you whether you have a computer, tablet, laptop, or cell phone. The platform adapts to you.

Yes. Check with the academic office for information regarding classes for your program of study. Taking an online class is a good way to stay on track with your target date of graduation.

Yes, you will need to be at least in your Junior year of high school and an accepted student at NFBC to be assured of getting the appropriate credits.

The courses are priced by credit hour. The current rate per online credit is $175.

Each online class is paid for separately through the online platform. Payment plans are available for each class.

A benefit of online studies at NFBC is the flexibility not only of schedule but also of each unique situation. NFBC will transfer most credits from like-minded colleges and similar programs of study. For clarification of your specific situation contact the Office of Online Studies.

Yes, you can take each course at your pace. Online classes can be started at any time and do not have to be completed by semester’s end.

Most classes are taught by members of the resident faculty of NFBC. We are also blessed with a team of auxiliary faculty who serve as pastors, missionaries, and ministry workers around the world. All faculty are in agreement with the doctrinal and mission statement of NFBC.

The typical online class consists of recorded lectures and study assignments that lend to a deeper understanding and knowledge of the subject. The Instructors are available to all students enrolled in the class including all online students. Interaction with the Instructor is not only available but also encouraged.  

Depending on the desired degree or program of study, some Christian Service may be required as part of the curriculum. All enrolled students must be willing to sign a statement of doctrinal agreement.