Courses are taught in cohorts and comprise a 15-month, lock-step format. Each class requires that students meet for four hours, from 6–10 p.m., once a week.
BCLM 336Christian Family Life
BCLM 360Sociology of Religion
BCLM 390Human Growth and Development
BCLM 402Directed Study: Applied Research, Part I
BCLM 403Directed Study: Applied Research, Part II
BCLM 404Directed Study: Applied Research, Part III
BCLM 426Theology and Christian Education
BCLM 474Leadership Seminar: A Theology of Christian Leadership
BMGT 301Dynamics of Group Behavior
BMGT 302Adult Development and Learning Assessment
BMGT 304Organizational Analysis
BMGT 305Managing Interpersonal Communication
BMGT 306The Bible and Business Ethics
BMGT 409Cultural Influences in the Workplace
BMGT 410Principles of Management and Supervision
Azusa Pacific University will accept credit for equivalent courses from schools accredited by regional agencies recognized by Council for Higher Education Administration (CHEA).
Correspondence Course Credit
A maximum of nine semester units of correspondence credit may be applied toward an Azusa Pacific University degree. Students must receive prior approval from the APS Office of the Registrar.
Graduate Courses Taken by Undergraduate Students
An undergraduate student may enroll in a graduate course only if:
- The student is a senior with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
- The department chair of the student's major approves.
- The request is submitted with the form provided by the Office of the Undergraduate Registrar.
A qualified undergraduate student is not limited in the number of graduate courses they may take.
Graduate courses taken by an undergraduate student may not apply toward an APU graduate degree unless the grade received in the graduate course is 3.0 or higher. No more than eight graduate units earned as an undergraduate student may be counted toward an APU graduate degree. Some departments may allow fewer units to be counted. A student who will be applying to an APU graduate program should obtain information from the appropriate department before taking graduate courses.