Vision

Hope Corps is a means of advancing the kingdom of God through involving Apostolic young people, singles, couples and retirees in meaningful kingdom building activities globally.”

HOPE CORPS COURSES

Apostolic School of Theology has partnered with the Hope Corps organization to provide unique academic online courses. Students participating will be enrolled in the following courses. Courses are taught in sequential order and begin each fall semester.  (Note: Successful completion of the courses is required to be admitted in the second phase of the program.)

  1. Biblical Introduction (Fall semester)
  2. Leadership Development (Fall Semester)
  3. Fundamental Doctrine (Spring semester)
  4. Personal & Spiritual Development (Spring Semester)
  5. Pentecostal Theology (Spring Semester)
  6. Intercultural Studies (Spring Semester)

APPLYING HOPE CORPS COURSES TO DEGREE PROGRAMS

Students may complete those courses for bachelor’s credit. Any Hope Corps course completed for credit may be applied toward any Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree offered by the School of Professional Studies—always as a General Elective of the Major. Students may apply all of the Hope Corps units to a bachelor’s degree.

ENROLLMENT PROCESS

To find out more about the program or to start the enrollment process please check out the Hope Corps website (www.hopecorps.net) or email: admissions@hopecorps.net.