Tuition & Fees

Our motto is "biblical education for effective Christian ministry". FBS believes that you cannot have an effective ministry if your a swimming in debt.

At Faith, our emphasis is on providing a quality education while keeping costs affordable.

Below is a breakdown of costs per program.

Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling Tuition and Fees
Non-refundable Application Fee $50
Tuition $310/credit hour
Technology Fee $50/course
Auditing (does not count toward degree) $100/credit hour
Extension (required after year 6) $500/year
Learn more about our MABC program
Master of Divinity Tuition and Fees
Non-refundable Application Fee $40
Annual tuition for full-time students in a ministry internship or full-time ministry $1500/year
Tuition for students not in ministry internship or full-time ministry $250/hour
Annual technology fee for local students $50/year
Annual technology fee for distance students $450/year
Churches with enrolled interns/full-time ministers are asked to contribute $100/month $1200/Year
Graduation Fee $50
Auditing (does not count towards degree) $125/ credit hour
Learn more about our M.Div. program
8 Week Course Withdrawal Policy

Students who withdraw from a course will receive a tuition credit on their account according to the following schedule:

  • Withdrawal prior to the end of the first week - 45%
  • Withdrawal prior to the end of the second week - 40%
  • Withdrawal prior to the end of the third week - 35%
  • Withdrawal prior to the end of the fourth week - 30%
  • Withdrawal prior to the end of the fifth week or later - 0%

A tuition credit is a credit on the student’s account that can be applied to future charges from FBS (tuition, fees, etc.) Any tuition credits on a student’s account will be refunded at the end of the semester is which it was invoiced.

15 Week Course Withdrawal Policy

Students who withdraw from a course will receive a tuition credit on their account according to the following schedule:

  • Withdrawal prior to the end of the first week - 90%
  • Withdrawal prior to the end of the second week - 80%
  • Withdrawal prior to the end of the third week - 70%
  • Withdrawal prior to the end of the fourth week - 60%
  • Withdrawal prior to the end of the sixth week - 50%
  • Withdrawal after the seventh week of class - 0%

The residency week of a module will be considered the seventh week of the course even if more than seven calendar weeks have elapsed since the first day of the semester.

A tuition credit is a credit on the student’s account that can be applied to future charges from FBS (tuition, fees, etc.) Any tuition credits on a student’s account will be refunded at the end of the semester is which it was invoiced.