Arlington Baptist College

General Studies

Taking online courses in General Education (GenEd) is the ideal way to maximize your time and realize your potential without the expense and inconvenience of traveling and attending courses in a traditional classroom setting.

The online GenEd courses are offered to help students just like you complete graduation requirements or advance their education at a faster pace.

Our school has a long-standing reputation for academic excellence and an exceptional faculty who teach courses on-campus as well as online.

Enjoy the flexibility and accessibility of online education while keeping up with professional and social commitments.

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General Education Courses:

  • Adolescent Psychology
  • American History I
  • American History II
  • American Literature I
  • American Literature II
  • Art Appreciation
  • Bible Doctrine
  • Bible Study Methods
  • Biblical Conflict Resolution
  • Biological Psychology
  • Children's Literature
  • Computers in Schools
  • Content Area Reading
  • Cross Cultural Ministries
  • Ecclesiology
  • Essential Qualities of a Biblical Counselor
  • Family Counseling
  • Federal Goverment
  • General Epistles I
  • General Epistles II
  • History of Civilization I
  • History of Civilization II
  • Human Personality
  • Introduction to Biblical Counseling
  • Introduction to Missions
  • Life of Christ I
  • Life of Christ II
  • Marriage and Family Topics
  • Marriage and Premarital Counseling
  • Methods of Biblical Change
  • New Testament Survey
  • Old Testament Survey
  • Pauline Epistles I
  • Pentateuch: Genesis
  • Prophetic Books III
  • State & Local Government
  • Systematic Theology I
  • Theological Basis of Counseling
  • Theoretical Constructs of Psychology

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Online institute courses have been designed for students who desire high quality coursework, but who may be unsure of their need for an accredited degree. These students may take any online course for institute credit and are not required to meet regular admission requirements. The advantages of taking institute credit courses are that the tuition is only 70% of regular tuition, but upon successful completion they may be converted to college credit courses. At that point, students will have to pay the difference between regular tuition and institute fee, and meet other degree requirements.

Students enrolled in non-credit / institute-level courses pay a flat fee of $500 for each course.

Students residing in Arlington Baptist College dorms are not eligible for online institute courses.

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