Frequently Asked Questions
Can I complete my entire degree at Fuller Arizona?
Yes. We are a fully accredited, degree-granting campus, offering six master's-level programs. We also offer two certificate programs.
When do classes meet?
Most of our classes meet in the evenings or on weekends, enabling students to earn a degree while keeping their commitments to work, family and ministry. See our Course Schedule for details.
How do I know what courses to take?
Once you're accepted to Fuller, you will be assigned an academic adviser. Your adviser will help ensure that your courses align with your sense of vocational call, as well as your degree requirements.
If I enroll at Fuller Arizona, may I take classes at other Fuller campuses?
Yes. Once you've been accepted to Fuller you will be able to take classes at any of our campuses without reapplying.
Is it possible to talk with someone about degree options?
Yes! We would love to talk with you about your sense of call, and how studying at Fuller will equip you for ministry. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment.
Can I take classes without enrolling in a degree program?
Yes. You may apply for the following "non-degree" options:
- Limited Enrollment Student
This option allows you to take up to six classes for credit without pursuing a degree or a certificate.
- Certificate of Christian Studies
The certificate program allows you to take six classes to complete a personalized short-term, non-degree program.
- AuditAudit students may take classes for personal growth and learning, but they will not receive academic credit. Courses you audit may not be applied toward a degree program.
Note: A bachelor's degree from an accredited institution is required to apply for any of these non-degree options.
Is financial aid available to Fuller Arizona students?