We are excited about the prospect of your taking courses through BJUOnline. Formal admission to BJU is not required to take a course by distance learning, and approval to take a distance learning course does not imply admission to BJU or to a particular degree program.
Prices are subject to change. Prices apply to undergraduate and graduate courses.
High school students are not eligible for Title IV funding.
There is no price difference between a course taken for credit and a course that is audited.
50% Discount for High School Juniors & Seniors
Receive a 50% discount on any undergraduate online courses taken during your high school junior and senior years. That’s just $208 per credit hour.
Bob Jones University employs a webcam-based proctoring service for distance learning testing. You should be prepared to pay up to $15 per test in distance learning courses. More information about how online testing works can be found at ProctorU.
To help you register for BJUOnline courses, we’ve prepared a typical registration timeline for you to review. Depending on how you plan to take your course(s) your process will differ.
Apply up to 3 months and at least 7 days prior to course start date.
Apply up to 3 months and at least 14 days prior to course start date.
High School Student
- You must have completed your sophomore year of high school, or be within 24 months of graduation.
- You must have superior test scores on standard achievement examinations. You must be doing consistent A or B-level work in your high school courses.
- You must be recommended by your principal or homeschool parent in order to be admitted into this program.
- Contact your principal or homeschool parent for a recommendation to be in this program. Their contact information should be submitted with the application. The Office of Admission will follow up to request the recommendation.
You are responsible to determine whether a particular course will meet the requirement of your college’s degree program. If uncertain about the applicability of a course, you should contact the registrar, dean or academic advisor at your college before applying.
High School Graduate
Your high school graduation date or GED qualifies you to take courses for undergraduate credit.
Graduate Student Credit
Students taking graduate course work for the first time from BJU must have Scholarship Committee approval to ensure academic qualifications have been met for graduate studies.
- New students must request an official transcript from the institution granting your undergraduate degree be sent to the Office of Admission for graduate study approval prior to admittance in the course.
- For BJU graduates, your BJU transcript will be issued to Scholarship Committee as part of the approval process prior to admittance in the course.
Scholarship approval for BJUOnline courses does not imply admission to BJU or to a particular degree program.