November 14, 2018— The King’s University has been recognized as one of the best colleges offering online learning in the nation by the Community for Accredited Online Schools. As a leading resource for campus and online learning, the site released its annual ranking for the 2018-19 school year, honoring The King’s University for its excellence in online learning.
“We wanted to highlight schools like The King’s University who are providing exceptional online education experiences for their students,” said Doug Jones, CEO and founder of the Community for Accredited Online Schools. “These schools continue to uphold rigorous accreditation standards and show an overall commitment to maximizing student success.”
To qualify, schools must be regionally or nationally accredited, hold a not-for-profit status in the United States, and offer at least one online degree. Schools were then ranked based on their quality, affordability, flexibility, and degrees granted to their students. To view The King’s University’s ranking and further details on the methodology used to rank each school, visit the Community for Accredited Online Schools’ website.
TKU currently offers 11 ministry degrees that can be earned entirely online, including an Associate of Worship Leadership, Bachelor of Biblical Counseling, and Master of Divinity. One of the University’s most distinctive offerings, the Messianic Jewish Studies program, has three degrees with an MJS concentration available online as well.
Distance education is an increasingly popular option for students who want to earn their online ministry degree but do not have access or time to travel to campus. Online learning is also an important resource for pastors and ministry leaders who need additional training but have responsibilities to their church or organization that keep them planted where they are. TKU’s extensive online education program offers the flexibility and convenience of online classes and degrees, and can help believers fulfill the calling God has placed on their life, no matter where they live.