Welcome to the MABTS e-Learning portal!

MABTS seeks to offer quality theological education through this online learning experience, making it possible for students to participate who cannot attend regular classes on campus.

Students must be enrolled at MABTS in order access MidAmericaonDemand.org. For admissions information and an enrollment application, go to Mabts.edu or contact admissions office at 1-800-968-4508, email: admissions@mabts.edu.

Enrolled students may register for online classes through the MABTS Student Portal. If you need assistance contact the Registrar at 901-751-8453 or email at registrar@mabts.edu.

FEES:

MABTS offers multiple ways to pay your tuition.

All information regarding tution and fees can be accessed here.

MABTS offers payment options for approved students. Additional information is found here and at MyCollegePaymentPlan.com/MidAmerica

If you have military or other educational scholarships or have any questions, please call the seminary business office at 800-968-4508.

COURSES OFFERED:

A list of the current semester's courses can be found at Mabts SonisWeb Courses.

Students may take up to 43 hours of the academic hours required for a Master of Divinity degree or 27 hours toward the Associate of Divinity degree through online courses. Other degree programs may accept up to 49% of degree requirements completed through online courses.

CATALOG:

The seminary catalog is available online at the main seminary website: www.mabts.edu. Northeast campus (New York) students should see the Northeast website www.mabtsne.edu for information and schedules specific to that campus.

ACADEMIC CALENDAR:

The Academic calendar is available in the resources at the top, left hand side of this page. Click on "Academic Calendar." The calendar follows the Cordova campus schedule. If a student primarily takes courses at the Northeast (New York) branch or at any of the extensions, please note the different schedule that applies to your online courses.

HOW THE COURSES WORK:

Once you've enrolled and registered, you should be prepared to participate in your courses. On the first day of the term, begin the course by going to this website, finding your course in the listing, and log in to the course. You will receive log-in information and a password by email after you have registered.

Courses are organized by weeks. You are responsible for following each instructor's instructions about schedule, work due dates, class methodology, testing, etc. If you have questions about your course during the course, you should contact your professor. If you have difficulty using the website, contact Dr. Matt Akers at makers@mabts.edu.

Moodle, the course management system, offers a variety of course resources, including text lessons, interactive assignments, website links, PowerPoint, excel, audio files, limited video files, chat rooms, forums, and other exciting tools. Your specific course will use whatever resources your professor chooses. Generally, you will click on each resource for each week, in order of appearance, and follow the instructions given by the professor.

ATTENDANCE:

The professor is able to check on your participation. You must log in and participate in the class at least three days each week. The Moodle system allows the instructor to know when you log in to each resource and how long you spend with that resource. You are expected to invest at least as much time each week as you would in an on campus class (class time plus homework).

CHAPEL:

You can go to the seminary website www.mabts.edu and see information about audio files available for download from the seminary chapel worship services.

PRACTICAL MISSIONS:

A signature component to a Mid-America education is participation in the practical missions ministry. Full time students are required to witness to one person each week and to participate in two different ministries each week during the term. Part-time students are required to witness to one person each week and to participate in one ministry each week during the term. You should register your ministries at the beginning of each term with the Practical Missions office. You can view the Practical Missions manual in the "Practical Missions" resource to get an idea of the requirements and the types of ministries that can be approved. To contact the Practical Missions office, call 800-968-4508.

You are required to report your witness and ministry experiences each week through the Practical Missions reporting tool via the main website at www.mabts.edu. The link to Practical Missions is on the main page.

Students who do not complete the Practical Missions and report in a timely fashion may lose academic credit for that term.

REPORT HOUR:

A great part of being on the main campuses is Report Hour. During this chapel each Tuesday, faculty and students share their witness experiences. Online students are expected to share their experiences through the practical missions forum that is built in to this online course website. Just log in and go to the Report Hour forum and type in your witness report. (This action does not substitute for reporting Practical Missions activities and witnesses through the Practical Missions reporting system.) You can also view the reports of your fellow students and they can read yours for mutual encouragement. Report Hour is mandatory for all students. Since online students can participate at any time during the week, no report hour exemptions are offered for online students.Every student needs to participate in the virtual report hour online and then you are able to check "present" when you report your practical missions, witnesses, and chapel attendance on the Practical Missions Website each week. Students can also go to the www.mabts.edu website and view the chapel programs each week.

PRIVACY POLICY:

Students and professors using online courses have the right to privacy. To view the privacy policy click on the link below.

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