FAQ / What to Expect

What courses does Womenary offer?   Womenary offers a curriculum of 12 courses. One course is offered in the fall and one in the spring each year. An interesting variety of theological topics are taught, such as worldviews and world religions, the history of Christianity, God’s purpose in the church and the relationship of angels, man, and sin.

How much time will be required?   Womenary classes meet each semester once a week for 10 weeks. Each class meets for 2 hours, for a total of 20 classroom hours. Optional reading assignments that enrich and prepare the student for class can usually be completed within an hour.

Will there be tests or homework?    There will be no tests, homework (other than optional suggested reading) or exams.

How are the classes set up?  Classes are set up with tables in rows, much like a classroom.  There will be a lecture, short time of announcements, and 10 min break in the middle.  Womenary classes lean more toward classroom environments than to traditional bible study groups you may have experienced.

What should I bring to class?   Most students bring a bible and somethign to take notes on.  You will see laptops, notebooks or spirals, as well as traditional bibles, electronic bibles on tablets or cell phones. Most students would also give you the insider tip to always bring a sweater.

Who teaches Womenary classes?   Professors who teach the Womenary curriculum are dynamic Christian leaders with an outstanding variety of academic achievements and ministries. All are seminary graduates with multiple degrees. Most have completed doctorate studies in their chosen fields and others are actively working toward doctorate degrees. Every Womenary professor demonstrates a love of teaching, a love of God’s Word, and a heart for the women that enroll in their classes.

Is Womenary associated with a church?    Womenary affirms the church as the body of Christ on earth and encourages church membership, but is not, as an organization, associated with any particular denomination or church.

Is Womenary Accredited?    Womenary is certified by ACSI, the Association of Christian Schools International, but not accredited. The ACSI certification allows Womenary to offer Continuing Educational Units (CEU’S) to students. Each course we offer is approved by ACSI and when completed earns the student 3 CEU’S.