Classes are now being formed for the FALL SEMESTER 2012.


However, it is not too early to begin the enrollment process. Enroll now and you will have plenty of time to forward your transcripts to enable us to determine the proper degree program for you, award your scholarship, and arrange your payment method for paying the balance of your tuition. (All ATS students are awarded a scholarship.)

Also, you can take advantage of our current 50% discount on tuition.

Some of the courses being offered during the FALL of 2012 are: AD250 The Non-Negotiables of Apostolic Christianity, AD300 Recovering The Keys of the Kingdom, AD310 The Revelation of Jesus Christ, Understanding Times & Seasons, AD501 Messiah's Day, AD700 Gospel of the King & The Transformation of Nations, AM120 Spiritual Authority, AM190 Spiritual Formation For Ministry, AM200 Conflict Management and Resolution In Church Life, AM207 God's Agenda For The 21st Century, AM250 The Work of Apostles and Apostolic Companies in the 21st Century, AM350 Prophetic Models For Apostolic Reformation, AM410 Impreccatory Psalms, Praying the Justice Prayers of the Church, CIV101 Apostolic Architecture and Kingdom Dominion, NT461 Last Days According to Jesus and the Prophets of Israel, NT463 Revelation of John, NT464 Eschatology of the Apostle Paul, and EM400 Native Religions, Indigenous Peoples, and Christian Mission.

All of these courses are required for all four of our degrees (Associate's, Bachelor's, Master's, and Doctoral) in Apostolic And Prophetic Studies.

In addition to these outstanding courses, ATS will also offer a new course entitled, Signs And Wonders, which will be taught by Dr. Jim Bradshaw, the Dean of the School of Ministry and Applied theology.

To review ATS degree programs and course requirements go to

To preview Current Course descriptions go to

To read about the registration and enrollment process go to

Enroll today and take advantage of our special discounted tuition prices, scholarships, and financing! For details on our amazing "Stimulus Package" click here.

Please note: Beginning in February of 2011, ATS moved from an open format to a semester format for all of our online courses. This was done to enable our teachers and faculty overseers to oversee the courses and monitor the work of our degree students to assure the integrity of our degrees. ATS degree students may still enjoy the benefit of working online at their own pace. But all degree students will be assigned a faculty adviser.

In addition to our online courses ATS also has a Commuter Campus in Jacksonville, Florida. For information regarding the courses being offered this Spring please write to the Dean of Admissions at or phone 904-771-5375

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