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City Vision College Undergraduate Online Courses

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These three-credit eight-week courses are online and require 17-20 hours of study time per week. Tuition is $200 per credit hour.

Learn more about our degree completion programs.  Federal student aid and other types of funding are available.  See our financial aid/federal loans page for more information.

Junior and Senior Year Courses:

You can use Pell grants and student loans to pay for the courses listed in this section.

Urban Missions

301 - History of Urban Missions
305 - Human Resources
306 - Residential Recovery Programs
307 - Facilities Management
308 - Food Services
311 - Theology & Strategies of Urban Missions
330 - Introduction to Urban Youth Ministry
331 - Introduction to Christian Community Development
401 - Counseling in the City
402 - Life Skills Training
403 - Urban Evangelism & Discipleship
404 - Case Management
411 - Recovery Dynamics
419 - Family Issues and Recovery

You may also take Nonprofit Management and Addiction Studies courses as electives for the Urban Missions degree.

Nonprofit Management

302 - Nonprofit Administration  *
303 - Financial Accounting and Reporting  *
304 - Nonprofit Management & Leadership  *
305 - Human Resources  *
307 - Facilities Management
308 - Food Services
309 - Fund Raising Basics  *
310 - Intermediate Fund Raising   *
405 - Financial Planning for Nonprofits  *
406 - Joy at Work (Theology of Work)

You may also take Urban Missions and Addiction Studies courses as electives for the Nonprofit Management degree.

Addiction Studies

306 - Managing Residential Recovery Programs
401 - Counseling in the City
402 - Life Skills Training
404 - Case Management
411 - Recovery Dynamics
412 - Counseling Foundations
413 - Drugs of Abuse
414 - Counseling Alcoholics
415 - Professional Counseling Practices
416 - Mental Illness and Addiction
417 - Group Counseling Practices
418 - Sexual Issues in Addiction

419 - Family Issues and Recovery
420 - Addiction Studies Practicum

You may also take Nonprofit Management and Urban Missions courses as electives for the Addiction Studies degree.

City Vision College is recognized as an Approved Academic Education Provider by NAADAC, the association for professional addiction counselors.  (APO17) 

* CFRE International Approved Courses - Completing two of these courses provides CFRE applicants with the 80 hours of required education for initial certification. One City Vision College course fulfills the 45 hours of continuing education for renewal of the CFRE, which is required every three years.

Freshman and Sophomore Year Courses (cannot use Pell grants):

You cannot use a pell grant to pay for this class. In addition, these courses do not count toward your half-time or full-time status regarding student loans. These courses are to be used only for Transfer Credit toward a degree from City Vision College. If you take Straighterline Courses, and later attend another college, they will be evaluated as ACE credit from Straighterline, not as courses from City Vision College.


For students wanting to complete their City Vision College degree and do not already have there general education requirements met, we provide additional courses by our partner which can serve as transfer credit for electives or general studies requirements for your degree program. These courses may be taken at any time during the year.  Straighterline courses require access to a webcam for the exams to be proctored online. The course are not accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council but are approved by the American Council for Education.

Your payment will only provide you access to these courses for exactly 8 weeks. If you want an extension beyond 8 weeks to complete a course, it will cost $100 for a 4 week extension

Developmental (College Prep Courses)

Course MAT099: Introduction to Algebra (Non-credit)
Course ENG099: Developmental Writing (Non-Credit)
Course SUC101: Student Success


Course MAT101: College Algebra
Course MAT201: Precalculus
Course MAT250: General Calculus I
Course MAT251: General Calculus II
Course MAT150: Business Statistics


Course ACC101: Accounting 1
Course ACC102: Accounting II
Course ACC151: Financial Accounting
Course ACC150: Managerial Accounting
Course ECO101: Economics 1: Macroeconomics
Course ECO102: Economics II: Microeconomics
Course BUS101: Introduction to Business
Course BUS105: Business Communications
Course BUS106: Business Ethics
Course BUS110: Business Law
Course BUS120: Organizational Behavior
Course BUS201: Principles of Management


Course ENG101: English Composition I
Course ENG102: English Composition II
Course BUS105: Business Communications


Course REL101: Introduction to Religion
Course ANT101: Cultural Anthropology
Course CIV101: Western Civilization I
Course CIV102: Western Civilization II
Course CJ101: Introduction to Criminal Justice
Course COM101: Introduction to Communications
Course FIN101: Personal Finance
Course PHI101: Introduction to Philosophy
Course POL101: American Government
Course SOC101: Introduction to Sociology
Course USH101: United States History I
Course USH102: United States History II


Course SPA101: Spanish I
Course SPA102: Spanish II


Course PSY101: Introduction to Psychology


Course BIO101: Introduction to Biology
Course BIO101L: Introduction to Biology with Lab
Course BIO201: Anatomy & Physiology I
Course BIO201L: Anatomy & Physiology I with Lab
Course BIO202: Anatomy & Physiology II
Course BIO202L: Anatomy & Physiology II with Lab
Course BIO250: Microbiology
Course BIO250L: Microbiology with Lab
Course CHE101: General Chemistry I
Course CHE101L: General Chemistry I with Lab
Course ENV101: Introduction to Environmental Science
Course MED101: First Aid/CPR
Course MT101: Medical Terminology
Course NUT101: Introduction to Nutrition
Course PE101: Personal Fitness & Wellness
Course PHA101: Pharmacology I
Course PHA102: Pharmacology II
Course PHY250: General Physics I
Course PHY250L: General Physics I with Lab
Course PHY251: General Physics II
Course PHY251L: General Physics II with Lab
Course PSY101: Introduction to Psychology

City Vision College is accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council and is an affiliate member of the Association for Biblical Higher Education. DETC is recognized by both the U.S. Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).

Individual courses may be taken for personal or professional development. Certificate and degree completion programs are also available, leading to a Bachelor of Arts in Missions (with Ministry or Management focus) or in Addiction Studies. All faculty members are urban ministry professionals with graduate degrees and a passion for mentoring future leaders.