Get Your Online Christian Leaders Institute Bachelor Degree for $2,625.
Ohio Christian University will accept your Christian Leaders Institute bachelor degree into their accredited Master’s program. Get an accredited Master degree at Ohio Christian University at a price between $12k (Ministry) – $21k (MBA)
Consider these facts:
It will ordinarily cost you on average of between $25,000 – $50,000 to attend one year of college in the United States.
Average Total Cost of Public Colleges: $25,290(in-state) $40,940(out-of-state); Average Total Cost of Private Colleges: $50,900. Source: Average Cost of College in America: 2019 Report
Imagine getting your Christian Leaders Institute bachelor degree and an Ohio Christian University master’s degree for between $14,625- $23,625?
How is this possible?
Christian Leaders Institute takes these free classes and guides you through a process so that your bachelor degree at Christian Leaders Institute is recognized by Ohio Christian University. The fee for this service right now is $2,625 for the complete associate degree and bachelor degree at Christian Leaders Institute.
Ohio Christian University, an accredited University recognized by the United States Department of Education has partnered with Christian Leaders Institute and Christian Leaders Institute to open their Master’s Program to graduates of the Christian Leaders Institute.
Affordable, Accredited Master’s Degree Partnership
So after someone completes the Christian Leaders Institute bachelor degree for $2,625, they can transfer to Ohio Christian University for an accredited master’s degree.
Christian Leaders Institute president, Henry Reyenga asked Dr. Bradford Sample, provost at Ohio Christian University, to price the Ohio Christian University cost for their Master’s Program for a Christian Leaders Institute bachelor graduate.
For our business-focused and leadership-focused degrees (M.B.A. / M.A. – Leadership), our tuition is $530/credit or $19,080 for the 36-hour degree.
For our ministry master’s degree, it is $338/credit or $12,168 for the 36-hour degree.
Over the past several years we have endeavored to reverse or minimize cost increases. For example, books/resources were capped at $30/course beginning last September.
Military and retired military and their spouses and dependent children (23 & under) receive significant discounts, even on masters programs.
You would need to go back to the 1970s or before to get a masters degree for a total price of $14,625 – $23,625.