The Online Experience
Since 1899, Azusa Pacific has educated men and women to be difference makers in their organizations and fields. APU’s online degree programs continue the university’s history of providing quality higher education.
Students can earn their degree or credential without ever setting foot on campus, and flexible class times let you participate and complete assignments when it’s convenient for you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Explore online learning at Azusa Pacific University and get answers to commonly asked questions.
Find your program to view admission information, explore tuition and financial aid details, and connect with faculty. For more information on how to get started in an APU online program, please contact:
Graduate and Professional Center
Office of Graduate and Professional Admissions
Online course features include:
Talk with other students and your professor to enhance learning with conversations in real time.
Submit assignments and projects online and receive feedback from your instructor.
Participate in threaded discussions by responding to topics or questions from your professor and fellow students.
5 Tips for Online Courses: How to Connect with Your Professors
Set yourself up for success and a more enjoyable online experience with these relationship-building tips for connecting in online courses.
If you own a computer and have access to the Internet, then we’ll help you do the rest. For APU’s online courses, you'll need:
Running Windows operating system (XP or newer) or Macintosh OS X
- Internet access
A Web browser
Our courses support Chrome 65 and 66, Firefox 59 and 60, Internet Explorer 11, Edge 41 and 42, and Safari 10 and 11.