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Dual Enrollment
Early College Credit 

Earn early college credit while in high school!

Free Tuition*

  • NEBCS offers free tuition to high school students!*

  • High School Students can earn up to 12 credits per year through NEBCS for free and then receive a discounted rate (50% off) for additional credits.

Why do dual enrollment at NEBCS?

Faster Degree Completion

  • Get a head start on your college education while in high school.

  • Our dual enrollment students have been able to transfer the credits earned at NEBCS to many national Christian colleges.

  • Partnerships with Lancaster Bible College and Cairn University allow our students to transfer their credits and earn an accredited degree.

College-Readiness

  • Become better prepared for the demands of college-level coursework through more advanced studies.

Exploration of Interests

  • Dual enrollment programs often offer a broader array of courses than typical high schools, allowing students to explore a variety of subjects and interests.

  • This can be valuable for career exploration and making informed decisions about college majors.

"As a homeschooled highschool student, I took Ln 100: Greek and Hebrew for Bible Study, this semester, through Zoom. This virtual setting worked well for me as I was able to go about my regular day as a student without worrying about a commute, giving me time to complete the rest of my school work. I found the class to have a manageable amount of work and that I was led successfully through this class by Professor Cindy. I have come away with a solid foundation on which I can learn more about these languages. I am grateful for the depth of learning and spiritual environment that NEBC offers and I am excited to continue with Hebrew when it is next offered.

~Adney B.

Information for Homeschoolers

  • Each 3-credit course may be counted as 1 full year of HS credit.

  • Some students choose to audit courses instead of taking them for credit.  

  • Depending on the amount of hours the student is investing in the course, you may choose to award 1/2 year credit for each audited course.

Browse All Courses:

BIBLICAL STUDIES

Languages:

  • Greek/Hebrew for Bible Study

  • Introduction to Biblical Greek 1

  • Introduction to Biblical Greek 2

  • Living Koine Greek 1

  • Living Koine Greek 2

  • Introduction to Biblical Hebrew 1

  • Introduction to Biblical Hebrew 2

  • Introduction to Ecclesiastical Latin 1

  • Introduction to Ecclesiastical Latin 2

  • Greek Exegesis

  • Hebrew Exegesis

Old Testament:

  • Introduction to the Old Testament 1 

  • Introduction to the Old Testament 2 

  • Old Testament Theology

  • The Pentateuch

  • Old Testament Prophets & Prophecy

  • The Psalms & Wisdom Literature

New Testament:

  • Introduction to the New Testament 1 

  • Introduction to the New Testament 2 

  • New Testament Theology

  • Readings in the Gospels and Acts

  • Readings in the Epistles

  • The Johannine Literature 

  • The Epistle to the Romans 

  • Paul’s Letters to the Corinthians 

  • The Epistle to the Galatians 

Biblical Context & Themes:

  • Canon and Creed

  • Biblical Theology

  • Eschatology in the Christian Canon

  • Biblical Settings

  • Holy Land Trip Preparation and Trip

  • Topics in Biblical Studies

  • Directed Study in Biblical Studies

  • Thesis 

CHRISTIAN THOUGHT

History:

  • Church History Survey

  • Church History in World Context

  • World Religions

  • American Church History

  • Early Church History

  • Reformation Theologies

  • Topics in Church History

  • Directed Study in Church History

  • Thesis

Theology, Philosophy & Doctrine:

  • Introduction to Philosophy and Ethics

  • Christian Doctrine 1

  • Christian Doctrine 2

  • Introduction to Apologetics

  • Living Trinitarian Faith

  • Topics in Theology

  • Directed Studies in Theology 

  • Thesis

MINISTRY ARTS

  • Introduction to Christian Education

  • Theology, History, and Practice of Worship

  • Introduction to Preaching and Public Speaking

  • Pastoral Ministry

  • Evangelism and Missions

  • Computers in Ministry

  • Basic Biblical Counseling

  • Intermediate Christian Counseling

  • Business Administration for Ministry

  • Hospital Chaplaincy

  • Ministry Assessment and Management

  • Topics in Ministry

  • Directed Study in Ministry

  • Ministry Project

ADDITIONAL COURSES*

  • Art Experience & Appreciation

  • Communication
  • Writing to Communicate

  • Writing to Convince

  • Financial Strategies for Life

  • American History through the Civil War

  • Finding Life's Direction

  • IAM3 Leadership

  • American Literature through the Civil War

  • College Algebra

  • Christian Journey into Psychology

  • Creation and Life:  An Introduction to Biology

  • Sociology

  • Intro to Computing with C++

*These additional courses do NOT qualify for free tuition.  These classes are $450/course.

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