Advanced Start Academic Program (ASAP)

The Master's University Advanced Start Academic Program (ASAP) enables juniors and seniors in high school to take accredited, college-level Bible and General Education (GE) courses that can meet both high school graduation requirements and be counted toward an undergraduate degree at The Master's University.

Students enrolling in ASAP will be allowed to register for select undergraduate classes taught on-campus at The Master’s University. Therefore, the program is best suited for students living within reasonable commuting distance of the campus. ASAP students are expected to meet the same academic requirements as other undergrad students in each class. Students may choose to enroll in individual classes or join a cohort of dual enrollment students taking the same classes together (see schedule below). Cohort students participate in campus chapels and may also purchase lunch in the Mustang Grill.

Admission Requirements

  • Statement of faith in Jesus Christ
  • Must have completed the Sophomore year of High School
  • Ability to study and write at the collegiate level
  • Submission of application materials
  • Cumulative H.S. GPA of 3.0
  • Writing Sample - submit a piece of academic writing (creative or research) you have already completed as part of your high school curriculum. Your sample should be a minimum of 500 words, typed, double-spaced.

Financial Information

Tuition: $165 per unit plus any additional course/lab fees

Financial Aid and payment plans are not available for this program.

Admission Process

  1. Complete and submit the Application for Online Learning.
  2. Pay the $35 application fee. This can be paid through the mail by check, or by phone by calling the Administrative Office.
  3. Recommendations:
    The applicant must attend a local evangelical church or fellowship and provide a Recommendation of Pastor from one of the pastors or church leaders.
  4. Submit an Official Transcript from your high school. Home school students can find transcript information here. Please make sure that the school has the correct address with The Master's University Online box number.
  5. Complete the Dual Enrollment form.

pay application fee

ASAP Individual Courses


B101  Old Testament Survey 1  3 Units 
B102 Old Testament Survey 2 3 Units 
B201 New Testament Survey 1  3 Units 
B202  New Testament Survey 2  3 Units 
CS111  Introduction to Computer Programing   4 Units 
E120 Introduction to Literature  3 Units
POL220  U.S. Government  3 Units 
H211 Essentials of World History 1  3 Units 
H212 Essentials of World History 2  3 Units 
LS150  Essentials of Biology  3 Units 
LS150L Essentials of Biology Lab 1 Unit

ASAP Cohort Schedule

Suggested High School Junior Schedule Fall:

Classes are every Wednesday and Friday 




U.S. History




Spoken Communication


Suggested High School Junior Schedule Spring:

Classes are Every Wednesday and Friday
9:10-10:25                                Chapel
10:40-12:10 Philosophy
12:10-1:00 Lunch
1:15-2:45   English Composition


Suggested High School Senior Schedule Fall:

Classes are Every Wednesday and Friday
9:10-10:25 Chapel
10:40-12:10 U.S. Government
12:10-1:00 Lunch
1:15-2:45 World History I


Suggest High School Senior Schedule Spring:

Classes are Every Wednesday and Friday
9:10-10:25 Chapel
10:40-12:10 Macroeconomics
12:10-1:00 Lunch
1:15-2:45 World History II


Please Note: All ASAP students may take a maximum of 6 units during their first semester. If the student achieves a “B” grade point average or above, he or she may take up to 6 units the following semester(s).  Students may take one online course while enrolled in up to 6 units of ASAP courses. This would allow a student the opportunity to complete up to 9 units in a semester.

For more information about the ASAP/ASAP Cohort program please contact:
Michele Burgess, Homeschool Dual Enrollment Counselor