A variety of online courses are available for students in need of elective credits or for those not seeking a degree.
- The American Civil War (HIS-326)
- Biblical Principles of Personal Finance (BUS-242)
- C.S. Lewis and His Life of Faith (ENG-363)
- Christian Worldview (IDS-220)
- Contemporary Math (MAT-120)
- Creating Workplace Spirituality (BUS-339)
- Exploring Western Music (MUS-262)
- Greatest Speeches (COM-335)
- Grief and Loss, Death and Dying (SOC-261)
- Introduction to Old Testament Wisdom Literature (REL-235)
- Marriage and Family (SOC-232)
- Modern World History (HIS-225)
- Natural Resources Management (ECO-243)
- Parenting (FAM-212)
- Strategy & Planning for Ministry Organizations (MGT-319)
- Writings of Paul (REL-234)
Self-Paced Undergraduate Courses
- New Testament Survey I (REL-246)
- New Testament Survey II (REL-248)
- Old Testament Survey I (REL-242)
- Old Testament Survey II (REL-244)
Graduate Courses for Teachers
- Reading Diagnostic Tools and Remediation (EDU-566)
- Independent Study (EDU-590)
More Drop-in courses
More courses are available on-ground and online for students to join. View the full list here.
Current Students: Before registering for a course, students must consult with their academic advisor to ensure the course qualifies as elective credit for their degree program. Courses may be used as electives as long as they do not duplicate previous course work. Note: Elective courses may not exceed the student’s current grade level (i.e. Bachelor level students must take courses numbered at 400 or below).
Cornerstone University reserves the right to cancel online classes due to insufficient enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances.
Tuition and Fees 2014-2015
Tuition: Undergraduate courses are $320 per credit hour for non-degree students and Professional & Graduate Studies students.
*Graduate 'EDU' courses are $435 per credit hour.
*Regular block tuition rates apply for students who are enrolled in Traditional Undergraduate programs at Cornerstone University.
Technology Fee: $35/course
All Professional & Graduate Studies and non-degree seeking students are required to pay the technology fee for each online course in which they enroll. The university will continue to invest resources in technology for its online programs. The fee includes the following for online students:
- Web-based Learning Management System
- Library support
- Electronic databases
- E-mail account
- Technology support for using CU systems
Educational Resource Fee
The Educational Resource Fee covers all required textbook costs including shipping and handling. Students can expect to receive their textbooks on the day their course opens in Moodle.
- Bachelor-level individual online courses (listed above): $120 Educational Resource Fee
- Self-paced Undergraduate Online Courses: $90 Educational Resource Fee
There is no Educational Resource Fee charged for the Graduate Courses for Teachers. Students must purchase their own textbooks for Graduate-level online courses. See the appropriate course page for textbook details.