Point University is pleased to announce the expansion into 48 states with its Point Online program. Through membership with the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA), Point is licensed to provide online instruction in 47 states, in addition to a separate partnership enabling the University to provide instruction in Florida. This expansion aligns with Point’s values and mission, “to educate students for Christ-centered service and leadership throughout the world.” Dr. Christopher Davis, vice president for the college of graduate and professional studies led the initiative to apply for membership with SARA.
In the fall of 2017, Point will offer 31 fully-online programs at the both the graduate and undergraduate levels, including business, public health and Christian ministries, with additional programs being developed as a part of the Point 2020 strategic plan. Online courses start every 7 weeks and provide students with convenience and flexibility in pursuit of their education.
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