FAQs

  • How do Self-Paced Degree Programs Work?

    Our self-guided education allows History Makers University to produce high-quality content and simultaneously offer cost-benefit Bible-based education. Our self-paced programs do not require you to be in contact with professors and other students. You can study at your own pace and when necessary, you can easily ask questions at the communications area of your dashboard. Also, the self-paced learning programs allow the greatest degree of flexibility for distance learners. You can enroll at any time and not worry about deadlines to complete your coursework.

  • Why choose a Self-Paced Degree Program?

    There are many reasons why you should choose a Self-Paced Program. First, you can be more independent. You can keep your current activities, set your own schedule, and have greater flexibility in the course of your studies. Secondly, it’s more economically beneficial than regular education. The cost of tuition, books, and transportation are much lower or nonexistent when you get your education online. Thirdly, the higher quality. If you are studying topics that do not require hands-on experience, such as medical, mechanics, or driving courses, online programs are usually more effective than the classroom experience. They are better planed, and classes in a recorded class give better information than in a regular classroom.

  • Can I start at any time?

    You can start your program immediately after registering the account and completing the payment process.

  • Can I complete my program early?

    Yes! The time a student can complete the program is determined by its duration. In other words, if a program has a total of 25 courses, the student can only complete their program in a minimum of 72 weeks. Every 2 to 3 weeks we will release one course so that the student will have enough time to learn and finish the assignments of each course.

  • How much time do I need to dedicate to my studies?

    Students enrolled in the Featured Courses are free to study at their own pace. Students enrolled in the Diploma and Bachelor degree programs should dedicate at least 4 hours per week to their studies. Students enrolled in the Master degrees should dedicate at least 6 hours per week.

  • Could I transfer course credits earned at accredited educational institutions?

    Yes! Course credits earned at other accredited educational institutions may be accepted as partial fulfilment of the program requirement in HMU with the approval of the academic dean. Potential applicants must submit the request for credit transfer during the process of program application. The college will not process any request for credit transfer if the applicant has already enrolled the program.

  • What are the documents requested for credit transfer?

    Submit request for credit transfer in writing to admin@hmuni.org, together with all relevant supporting documents. For example , an official transcript, course syllabus, course description and grading system from the applicant's institution are all accepted documents.