Online Bachelor Completion Degree Progams

The online bachelor completion degree programs at Missional University equip Christian believers to combine the skills and knowledge needed in both faith-based organizations and careers in community service meeting people at their point of need. At Missional University students learn their purpose, expand their passion, and become equipped to join in the mission of God in the world.

With Missional University's bachelor completion degree programs, students who have an Associate degree OR have at least 42 undergraduate credits may complete their bachelor's degree 100% online. Students have the flexibility to work on their assignments anytime 24/7 while interacting with their professor and other students from across the world.

Over 90% of the global, international, faculty at Missional University have doctoral degrees in their field of study plus years of practical experience. The faculty continually update their courses with the latest professional standards and practices in their fields.

Take some time to explore our online bachelor's degree programs. When you are ready you can apply online or contact us for more information and help planning your path to a successful career serving in the mission of God in the world.

 

Program Overview 

Bachelor Completion programs offer upper division courses at the 3000, 4000, and some advanced 5000 levels (junior, senior and advanced [dual credit with Master's level] equivalent).

Previous College Credits Required for Admission:  42

Number of Credit Hours Required for Graduation:   66 to 78

Number of Courses Required for Graduation:  22 to 26

For Cost per Credit Hour & Total Cost of MU Enrollment including Fees see the tuition page.

 

Bachelor Degrees Offered at Missional University

B.COM.:  Bachelor of Communication

B.C.M.:  Bachelor of Community Ministry

B.I.S.:  Bachelor of Intercultural Studies

B.MIN.:  Bachelor of Ministry

B.EMIS:  Bachelor of Ecomissiology

B.REL.:  Bachelor of Religion

B.T.S.:  Bachelor of Theological Studies