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Theology Online with Fr. Joseph Fessio for College Credit - Enroll now!
Theology Online w/Fr. Joseph Fessio for College Credit - Enroll now!
The Ignatius-Angelicum Liberal Studies Program and Holy Apostles College & Seminary are pleased to announce that LSP online students may apply any or all of their American Council on Education (ACE CREDIT) recommended credits (60 total) towards their BA degree at Holy Apostles, including towards the new Holy Apostles Great Books major. The American Council on Education's College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE CREDIT) has recommended the LSP Great Books Program online for 48 college credits (6 per semester/8 semesters) and the LSP Theology Online courses (lectures by Fr. Joseph Fessio for 12 college credits 4 courses - 3 credits each) - that's a total of 60 hours, which is 2 years of college credit (1/2 of a typical BA degree) completed before you enter college.
Holy Apostles College & Seminary campus is located in historic Cromwell, Connecticut, easy driving distance for a day trip to either New York City or Boston and welcomes distance learning students, lay commuter students, as well as seminarians. Besides the on-campus undergraduate, graduate, and seminary degrees in philosophy & theology offered on-campus, 18 courses are scheduled to be offered through the Holy Apostles Distance online Learning program, undergraduate level, for the Spring 2014 semester. Graduate courses may be used for credit toward the M.A., Post Master’s Certificate in Theology, and M.Div. programs, as well as for Certificate programs. Holy Apostles College & Seminary is a regionally accredited, co-educational Catholic college for lay and clerical students.