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These three-credit eight-week courses are online and require 17-20 hours of study time per week. Tuition is $233.34/credit hour undergraduate and $300/credit hour for graduate courses.

Students must register for courses before or on the first day of classes. Students may request an exception to register for courses after the first day of the term during the first week. Later course registrations are allowed only in exceptional circumstances, but not beyond the second week.

Learn more about our degree programs.  Federal student aid is available for bachelor's students and other types of funding are also available.  See our financial aid/federal loans page for more information.

Textbook details (including ISBN numbers) are available for all courses on the linked pages below.

Note: any of the courses below that are outside your major may be used as electives in any City Vision degree program.


Spring 2 Term - March 20, 2017 – May 15, 2017

Course 310 - Intermediate Fund Raising (Business Administration)(Nonprofit Management)
Course 340 - Old Testament Survey (Christian Ministry & Leadership)(General Education)
Course 402 - Life Skills Training (Addiction Studies)(Urban Missions)
Course 407 - Chaplaincy (Addiction Studies)(Urban Missions)
Course 408: Bible Interpretation (Christian Ministry & Leadership)
Course 411 - Recovery Dynamics (Addiction Studies)(Urban Missions)
Course 413 - Drugs of Abuse (Addiction Studies)
Course 414 - Counseling Alcoholics (Addiction Studies)
Course 430 - Social Entrepreneurship (Business Administration)(Nonprofit Management)(Urban Missions)
Course 434 - Grant Writing (Business Administration)(Nonprofit Management)(Urban Missions)
Course ACC102 - Accounting Principles II (Business Administration)
Course ECON102 - Macroeconomics (Business Administration)

Master's Courses:
Course 511 - Social Entrepreneurship (3 credits, elective)

Course 512 – Grant and Proposal Writing (3 credits, elective)


Summer Term - June 5-July 31, 2017

Course 303 - Nonprofit Accounting (Business) (Nonprofit Management)
Course 341 - New Testament Survey (Christian Ministry & Leadership)(General Education)
Course 401 - Counseling in the City (Addiction Studies)(Urban Missions)
Course 412 - Counseling Foundations (Addiction Studies)(Urban Missions)
 
Master's Courses:

Fall 1 Term - August 22-October 16, 2017

Course 101 - Student Success (General Education)
Course 304 - Management & Leadership (Nonprofit Management)(Business)(Christian Ministry & Leadership)
Course 403 - Urban Evangelism and Discipleship (Urban Missions)(Christian Ministry & Leadership)
Course 404 - Case Management (Addiction Recovery)(Urban Missions)
Course 406 - Vocation, Calling and the Purpose of Work (Theology of Work) (Business)(Nonprofit Management)(Urban Missions)(Christian Ministry & Leadership)
Course 409 - Biblical Theology (Christian Ministry & Leadership)
Course 419 - Family Issues and Recovery (Addiction Recovery)(Urban Missions)
Course 433 - Theology of Technology (Urban Missions)(Business)
 

Fall 2 Term - October 23-December 28, 2017

Course 305 - Human Resources (Business)(Nonprofit Management)(Urban Missions)
Course 306 - Managing Residential Recovery Programs (Addiction Recovery)(Nonprofit Management)(Urban Missions)
Course 330 - Introduction to Urban Youth Ministry (Urban Missions)(Nonprofit Management)
Course 405 - Financial Planning for Nonprofits (Nonprofit Management)(Business)
Course 413 - Drugs of Abuse (Addiction Recovery)
Course 431 - Technology, Cross-Cultural Ministry and the Poor (Business)(Nonprofit Management)(Urban Missions)
Course 435 - Organizational Systems (Business)(Nonprofit Management)
Course 440 - Church Planting & Ministry Startup (Christian Ministry & Leadership)
 
Master's Courses:

Spring 1 Term - January 8, 2018 – March 5, 2018

Course 306 - Managing Residential Recovery Programs (Addiction Studies)(Nonprofit Management)(Urban Missions)
Course 309 - Fund Raising Basics (Nonprofit Management)(Business Administration)
Course 401 - Counseling in the City (Addiction Studies)(Urban Missions)
Course 406 - Vocation, Calling and the Purpose of Work (Theology of Work) (Nonprofit Management)(Business Administration)(Urban Missions)
Course 412 - Counseling Foundations (Addiction Studies)
Course 417 - Group Counseling Practices (Addiction Studies)
Course 419 - Family Issues and Recovery (Addiction Studies)(Urban Missions)
Course 431 - Technology, Cross Cultural Organizations and the Poor (Appropriate Technology) (Business Administration)(Nonprofit Management)(Urban Missions)
Course 438 - Emerging Media Ministry (Business Administration)(Nonprofit Management)(Urban Missions)

Course 441 - Homiletics, Teaching, and Preaching (Christian Ministry & Leadership)
Course ACC101 - Accounting Principles I
(Business Administration)
Course BUS305 - Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management (Business Administration)
Course ENG101 - English Composition I (General Education)

Master's Courses:
Course 503 - Vocation, Calling and the Purpose of Work (Theology of Work and Personal Calling in the STEM Professions) (3 credits, required)
Course 504 - Emerging Media Ministry (3 credits, required)

Course 505 - Technology, Cross Cultural Organizations and the Poor (Appropriate Technology) (3 credits, required)


Undergraduate Courses: Anytime / All Terms

Course CVC 106: Prior Learning Assessment Portfolio Development (Credit for Prior Learning Assessment)
Course 420 - Addiction Studies Practicum (Addiction Studies)(3 credits)
Course 436 - Internship/Practicum (3 credits)
Course 437 - Independent Study (3 credits, elective)


Master's Courses: Anytime / All Terms

Course 507 – Capstone Project Design (1 credit, required)
Course 508 - Capstone Project (5 or 8 credits, required)
Course 513 - Independent Study (3 credits, elective)
Course 514 - Internship Practicum (3 credits, elective)


Undergraduate Courses: Not yet scheduled

Course MAT150 - Business Statistics (General Education)


Master's Courses: Capstone Timing and Process

Students are encouraged to begin planning for their capstone as soon as they start the MTSE program. Students with a good idea of what they want for their capstone project may take the Capstone Project Design course in their first term, while other students may want to wait until the middle of their program. Students should plan to have completed their Capstone Project Design about halfway through the program if not earlier. It is expected that for many students, the 508 Capstone Project may be concurrent with other courses in their last few terms, although some students may prefer to focus on it after other coursework is completed.

  1. Discuss ideas for your capstone with the MTSE Program Director during your first term. This will help you plan for how individual projects from courses might build toward your Capstone.
  2. Take 507: Capstone Project Design. This will help you refine your capstone project into a concrete proposal. Should be completed about halfway through the MTSE program.
  3. Students will select their Capstone Advisor during 507: Capstone Project Design. The capstone advisor is typically one of the faculty in the MTSE program, although exceptions may be considered as needed.
  4. Take 508: Science, Technology, Society and Ministry Capstone Project. It is expected that for many students, the 508 Capstone Project may be concurrent with other courses in their last few terms, although some students may prefer to focus on it after other coursework is completed. Note that this course does not run on a fixed time, but students work on it until it is completed and approved by their advisor and the MTSE program director.

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City Vision University is accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC) and is an affiliate member of the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE). DEAC is recognized by both the U.S. Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).

City Vision students may receive the following degrees:

  • Associate of Science
    • Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Science
    • Business Administration
    • Addiction Studies
    • Nonprofit Management
  • Bachelor of Arts
    • Urban Missions
  • Master of Science
    • Technology and Social Entrepreneurship

All faculty members are urban ministry professionals with graduate degrees and a passion for mentoring future leaders.

City Vision University is the distance learning program of TechMission whose national partners include the Salvation Army, World Vision, HLIC, CCDA, YouthPartnersNet, UYWI and AGRM.  Our UrbanMinistry.org website offers talks by Ray Bakke, Ron Sider, Tony Campolo, Jim Wallis, Bob Lupton, John Perkins and Brennan Manning.