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RNU is offering online degrees pursuant to Florida Statute §1005.06 (1)(f) & Regulations for Religious Educational Institutions

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An education at Remnant Nation University will prepare you with a thorough understanding of 1st Century Theology and Doctrine. Our professors have worked diligently to recover and re-establish the teaching(s) of the 1st Century Body of Messiah as built by the Apostles.

We are endeavoring to bring the very best in 1st Century Theological Education at a price that nearly any budget can afford. A very limited number of Scholarships may be available at any given time through private donors who choose to be a benefactor for students after an application is completed: Apply Here

RNU does not discriminate based on age, gender, religious background, ethnicity, nationality or other concerns that are not against the precepts of Biblical Culture. We reserve the right to limit attendance based solely upon matters of Biblical Concern and upon written request will provide any applicant, which is not accepted, a full explanation of our Biblical Position for refusal to admit said applicant.

The following document will help you to understand how we calculate Our Credits versus Classroom Hours. This can be especially difficult for someone coming to RNU from another institution that calculates differently, or is attending college/university for the first time and resides outside of the US.

We use a Semester based method which essentially means you will have approximately the same number of classroom hours per week as the course itself has credits. So a 3 Credit Class will have 3 classroom hours per week for 12 weeks - 16 weeks minus one for each of the midterm and final exams, also minus the average of two weeks per semester for breaks and holidays. This equates to 3 credits = 3 hours per week class lecture (including timed quizzes/exams but does not include midterms or finals) x 12 weeks per class = 36 hours of class time for this 3 credit course. The document below will help you to understand how this will work with the possible transfer of credits from/to other colleges or universities.

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YOU CAN Earn Your Associate or Bachelor of Arts in 1st Century Theology and Doctrine. Why Not Start Today?

Sample Course Outlines are Subject to Change Prior to Each Enrollment Period for New Students

Associate Degree

Course Outline

64 Credits

Bachelor Degree

Course Outline

64 Credits

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Associate Degree – Year 1 - 1st Semester

 

Bible:

Old Testament Survey – Understanding the general intent of each book of Tanakh and how it fits into the overall scheme of the Scriptural narrative. Discover Messiah in the "Old Testament". Understand the need for Torah and get a solid foundation for its role in the current believer's life and worship of YHVH.

3 Credits

 

General Ed:

English Comp – Sermons and Lessons Planning 1st Semester. 3 Credits

 

Humanities 101 – The roles of men and women in the Body-Bride. 2 Credits

 

Earth Science 101 – Creation Design from a Hebraic Perspective. 3 Credits

 

Psyche 101 – Triune Humanity (Spirit, Soul, and body) and the role each plays in our existence. 3 Credits

 

Philosophy 101 – The Name of God; does it matter? if so, how and why? 2 Credits

Associate Degree – Year 1 - 2nd Semester

 

Bible:

New Testament Survey – Understanding the general intent of each book of B'rit Hadashah and how it fits into the overall scheme of the Scriptural narrative. Discover the mysteries of Messiah and how He operated in the supernatural. Discover Yeshua in a way few have. 3 Credits

 

General Ed:

Public Speaking/Speech – Sermon and Lesson Delivery. 3 Credits

 

Humanities 102 – The roles of men and women in the Body-Bride. 2 Credits

 

Earth Science 102 – Creation Design from a Hebraic Perspective. 3 Credits

 

Psyche 102 – The Triune Design of Humanity and the role each plays in our existence. 2 Credits

 

Philosophy 102 – The Name of God; dive deeper into understanding the meaning of various Names for the God of the Bible and their significance. 3 Credits

Associate Degree – Year 2 - 1st Semester

 

Torah 201 – Understanding the purpose and content of the First 5 Books of the Bible. 3 credits

 

Theology 201 – Laying a foundation for a solid method of creating Sound Doctrine. 3 Credits

 

Structure of the Local Assemblies – Based in proper typology from the God-given Structure of a local assembly using both the “Old” and “New” Testament texts. 2 Credits

 

Gifts and Callings – Understanding the gifts of 1 Corinthians 12 and Ephesians 4. 3 credits

 

Biblical Finances – Scriptural basis for understanding and applying the doctrines of Tithes and Offerings from the perspective Yeshua/Jesus would likely have had. 3 credits

 

History of the Bible – Understanding the struggle through which the Bible has endured as the most controversial and yet “best seller” status throughout its history. 2 Credits

Associate Degree – Year 2 - 2nd Semester

 

 

Torah 202 – Understanding the purpose and content of the First 5 Books of the Bible. 3 credits

 

Theology 202 – Laying a foundation for a solid method of creating Sound Doctrine. 3 Credits

 

Ekklesiology/Ecclesiology – An in-depth study of the purposes and callings of believers as Priests and Kings. 3 Credits

 

Biblical Celebrations – Covering the Feasts of YHVH, this course will compare them to the modern holidays of the Church. 3 Credits

 

Intimacy With Trinity – Understanding and developing you relationship with the Trinity 2 Credits

 

Dietary Mitzvot (rules) – Are the dietary “laws” of Exodus 23, Leviticus 11, and Deuteronomy 14 still applicable today? This course will examine and break down this topic and expose you to things you have likely never considered before. 2 Credits

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