Choose the online courses you need.

At Cornerstone University, online courses are available for students who need elective credits or are not seeking a degree. From developing a deeper knowledge and application of the Old Testament to understanding the process of grief and loss, learn more about what you're passionate about while moving forward with your degree.

Tuition and Fee Information

Regular block tuition rates apply for students enrolled in traditional undergraduate programs at Cornerstone. The following tuition rates apply to PGS and non-degree students.

  • $355 per credit hour for undergraduate courses
  • $515 per credit hour for graduate courses (i.e., EDU courses)

Each individual online course also requires a $135 educational resource fee. This fee covers all required textbook costs, including shipping and handling. You can expect to receive your textbooks on the day your course opens in Moodle.

Course Schedule and Registration Information

Currently enrolled students must consult with their academic advisor prior to registering for a course, ensuring the course qualifies as elective credit for their degree program and does not exceed their respective grade levels. Courses may be used as electives as long as they do not duplicate previous course work; course descriptions are located in the Undergraduate Academic Catalog.

Cornerstone reserves the right to cancel online classes due to insufficient enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances.

Fall Session II: October/November 2019

Classes for Fall Session II begin on Oct. 22, 2019. Registration for these courses is available from Aug. 7, 2019, to Oct. 1, 2019. Unless otherwise noted, each course runs for six weeks from the term's start date.

  • ECO-243: Natural Resources Management
  • HIS-225: Modern World History
  • MUS-262: Exploring Western Music
  • REL-235: Introduction to Old Testament Wisdom Literature
  • REL-242: Old Testament Survey I—8 weeks
  • REL-244: Old Testament Survey II—8 weeks
  • REL-246: New Testament Survey I—8 weeks
  • REL-248: New Testament Survey II—8 weeks
  • SOC-232: Marriage and Family

Winter Session: January/February 2020

Classes for the Winter Session begin on Jan. 7, 2020. Registration for these courses is available from Oct. 2, 2019, to Dec. 3, 2019. Unless otherwise noted, each course runs for six weeks from the term's start date.

  • EDU-566: Reading Diagnostic Tools and Remediation—7 weeks
  • FAM-212: Parenting
  • MAT-120: Contemporary Math—7 weeks
  • REL-234: Writings of Paul
  • REL-242: Old Testament Survey I—8 weeks
  • REL-244: Old Testament Survey II—8 weeks
  • REL-246: New Testament Survey I—8 weeks
  • REL-248: New Testament Survey II—8 weeks
  • SOC-261: Grief and Loss, Death and Dying

Spring Session: March/April 2020

Classes for the Spring Session begin on March 3, 2020. Registration for these courses is available from Dec. 4, 2019, to Feb. 4, 2020. Unless otherwise noted, each course runs for six weeks from the term's start date.

  • ECO-243: Natural Resources Management
  • HIS-225: Modern World History
  • MUS-262: Exploring Western Music
  • REL-235: Introduction to Old Testament Wisdom Literature
  • REL-242: Old Testament Survey I—8 weeks
  • REL-244: Old Testament Survey II—8 weeks
  • REL-246: New Testament Survey I—8 weeks
  • REL-248: New Testament Survey II—8 weeks
  • SOC-232: Marriage and Family

Summer Session I: April/May 2020

Classes for Summer Session I begin on April 28, 2020. Registration for these courses is available from Feb. 5, 2020, to April 7, 2020. Unless otherwise noted, each course runs for six weeks from the term's start date.

  • EDU-566: Reading Diagnostic Tools and Remediation—7 weeks
  • FAM-212: Parenting
  • MAT-120: Contemporary Math—7 weeks
  • REL-234: Writings of Paul
  • REL-242: Old Testament Survey I—8 weeks
  • REL-244: Old Testament Survey II—8 weeks
  • REL-246: New Testament Survey I—8 weeks
  • REL-248: New Testament Survey II—8 weeks
  • SOC-261: Grief and Loss, Death and Dying