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Local Training Program Pricing

Pricing in the Local Training Program is very straightforward- what you see is what you get. What a school pays for each semester is dependent on the number of students enrolled in that class. There are no cost associated with registering your school apart from the regular costs for the first semester as listed.

For Example:

Using the pricing below, if you are starting a class of 10 students in Semester 1 of the Foundations Track, the cost to your school breaks down as follows:
DVDs: $190

10 Students Registration: 10 x $25
10 Students Foundations Track: 10 x $75
Total: $1,190 + s+h

Of course, your school is free to charge students whatever you need to in order to cover your expenses- including facilities costs, refreshments, etc.

School DVD Cost - Per Semester

$190 -

per DVD set

Student Fee - Per Semester

$25 -

Registration Fee (per student, per semester)

$75 -

Foundations Track (Associate Degree) (price per student)

$85 -

Bachelor Track (price per student)

$5 -

Large School Discout (per student for 25+ students)

Graduation Fee - Per Student*

$125 -

Associate Degree

$175 -

Bachelor Degree

*Plus $10 Application Fee per student.


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Accreditation

Nation-2-Nation Christian University is privately accredited. This means that upon completion of the Local Training Program or N2NCU Online, students will become eligible (upon successful transfer of credit) to receive a degree appropriate to their level of coursework issued by N2NCU.

Certification

Nation-2-Nation Christian University is a certified member of the Academic Council for Educational Accountability. ACEA was created in 1998 by Dr. C. Peter Wagner to provide relational accountability to a network of Christian educators, training programs, and schools.