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As one of the largest multidenominational seminaries in the world, Fuller Theological Seminary provides professional and graduate-level education in the schools of theology, psychology, and intercultural studies. It is known for its ethnic and denominational diversity, with more than 4,000 students joining its community from nearly 70 countries and more than 100 denominations.
It was founded in 1947 and since that time Fuller Seminary has equipped students to be leaders with a mind for scholarship and heart for the gospel. This Seminary is a global leader in theological education, standing on the front lines of evangelical thought while remaining committed to ministry and mission grounded in scholarship.
The Seminary offers students to earn their degree through online and on-campus formats. Fuller Online offers students a dynamic, fully accredited theological and missional seminary education using a highly interactive platform. Through Fuller Online, students learn from and with others anywhere around the world.
Fuller Online focuses on creating learning communities where those who cannot be residential students or who wish to remain in ministry can find a deeper level of discussion and interaction with their peers and professors.
It offers fully accredited distance learning masterís-level courses that are designed to give women and men the opportunity to study at any time, from anywhere in the world. Students are provided with options that fit their individual schedules and learning styles.
Fuller Online courses allow students to study a range of theological and missional subjects via a highly interactive platform over the Internet, with weekly interaction during a 10-week course period. Individualized Distance Learning (IDL) courses afford students great flexibility for independent study through media assisted materials.
Each online option offers convenience and flexibility, as well as the quality and depth of learning that comes from earning a Fuller Seminary degree.