*Online Course Offerings
Each semester JBU offers online courses. Courses are offered in Graduate Business and Graduate Counseling. Various undergraduate courses are also offered. Information is listed below for the graduate classes as well as undergraduate.
Summer 2015 Term: June 1 - July 24
BBL1013: Old Testament Survey
BBL1023: New Testament Survey
ATG3193: Cost Accounting I
BUS2113: Financial Spreadsheet Applications
BUS2193: Business Statistics
BUS3153: Business Ethics
BUS4993: Strategic Management
COM4373: Online Advocacy
EGL1023: English II: Literary Analysis and Research
ECN2113: Principles of MicroEconomics
ECN2123: International MacroEconomics
ECN4103: International Economics
HST2153: 20th Century World History
MKT2143: Principles of Marketing
POL2013: American Government
POL3133: Politics of Social Policy
PSY1013: Introduction to Psychology
PSY2393: Research Methods
SST1113: Introduction to Sociology
Information about the degree completion program can be found here.
Summer 2015 Term 1: May 11 - June 26
Summer 2015 Term 2: July 6 - August 21
BUS7013: Managerial Accounting
BUS7113: Marketing Strategies
BUS8993: Designing and Executing Strategies
LDR7113: Foundations of Leadership
LDR7223: Mission, Vision and Values
LDR8333: Global Leadership and Ethics
Information about the graduate business classes can be found here.
Summer 2015: May 11 - August 21
Information about the graduate counseling classes can be found here.
**The JBU Graduate Counseling program is pleased to offer students several online courses that might allow for more flexibility in scheduling coursework. JBU has utilized the top standard for delivery of distance coursework making sure that every course has an interactive component and utilizes both synchronous and nonsynchronous modalities. While the degree is not offered online, the identified courses that have been selected for this type of delivery have been approved by the Arkansas Board of Examiners in Counseling and Marriage & Family Therapy. Please be advised that different states have different rules and regulations regarding distance online courses. JBU does not assume responsibility for courses that are recognized (or allowed) in other states. Any student who takes an online counseling course at JBU must determine whether this course will be accepted in that particular state.
Traditional Undergraduate Classes
How to apply for a traditional undergraduate class:
Current JBU student: register for the class at normal registration time
Non JBU Student:
Complete a non degree seeking application for admission. Fill out the application, print it and send it back to the admissions office by one of the following ways:
Mail: John Brown University
2000 W University
Siloam Springs, AR 72761
Drop Off: You may also drop the form off at the Admissions Building on the main campus. For more information you may call 1-877-JBU-INFO.
Once you have turned in your application you will receive a letter from admissions with further instructions.