Primus University of Theology
COLLEGE CREDIT FOR EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING
At Primus your knowledge and experience count toward Credit.
We are committed to responding to the need for lifelong learning opportunities by providing a full range of educational services adapted to the needs of Christian leaders, ministers, chaplains, businessowners. To accomplish this goal, Primus University recognizes transfer credits and awards credit for documented experiential learning, which is defined as college-level learning that takes place outside a college or university setting.
Primus University of Theology is a revolutionary revival of the Biblical style of teaching and is a classic model of the original Ecclesiastical Open University System. Primus recognize that biblical knowledge is worthy of credit and acknowledgment, and that honor and recognition should be awarded to those with who learn through revelation and independent study.
CLASSICAL MODEL OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Primus University of Theology has been modeled after the original university systems at the advent of education; where, Bible teaching was required even for medical and law students. We are accredited through the University Accreditation Association.
CREDITS FOR LIFELONG LEARNING
Primus University of Theology recognize transfer credits and award earned credits for documented “lifelong learning” that takes place outside a college or university setting. Through assessment of knowledge, and performance skills, students are able to complete graduate degrees primarily through portfolio assessment and at a fraction of the cost of the traditional education system.
World Renown Christian Leaders
At Primus University of Theology, our Graduates become our Adjunct Professors. This allows our students to learn from experts in their field of study, and the author of the books and materials they teach. We focus on the 7 Mountains of Influence. Listed below, are just a few of our World Class Alumnus Professors, with a brief introduction into their area of influence, their expertise and teaching focus.