Looking for Answers? Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to be able to come to class to take KINEO?
If you are able to make it to class, then it is highly encouraged for you to come. However, there are options for students who are geographically far away and for students who have irregular schedules. We can accommodate most cases.
How much does KINEO cost?
- KINEO costs a total of $855 for one school year. You can pay $95/month for 9 months or make a one-time payment of $855.
- There are discounts available for KINEO, including:
- The spousal discount:
For spouses taking KINEO, tuition is half-price for one spouse.
- The senior citizen discount:
For students who are 65 years old or older, tuition is only $55/month.
Is KINEO On Demand different than KINEO In Class?
They are similar with a few key differences:
- With KINEO On Demand you can go at your own pace, but with KINEO In Class you have to go at the pace of the class.
- Both cost the same for a full school year, but KINEO On Demand gives you the additional flexibility to only purchase one course, like Blood Covenant, if you want to.
- KINEO On Demand is prerecorded, while KINEO In Class is live.
- Because these courses are constantly being improved and updated, please feel free to reach out to our friendly support staff about any questions you may have.
How do I register and pay for classes?
- If you’re taking KINEO On Demand, you don’t need to register. You can pay your tuition and start taking classes whenever you like.
- If you’re taking KINEO In Class, a registration period will be opened for you to register for classes. Once you register and are approved, you will be notified to select your tuition payment schedule.
Just a taste
KINEO On Demand – Blood Covenant (RELG 1210)
This course will focus on the importance of understanding the blood covenant as the basis for the Christian’s relationship to God. The blood covenant is foundational to our understanding of salvation. Insights gained in this course of study will give a deeper understanding of the Lord’s Supper or Holy Communion, and the shed blood of Christ at Calvary as the final sacrifice God required to resolve man’s sin problem.