Corban University started as a Bible Institute in 1935 in Phoenix, Arizona. Currently, Corban University offers a good variety of programs not just in Biblical Studies but also in the fields of Business, Education, English, Human Performance, Interdisciplinary Studies, Mathematics, Health Science, Music, Psychology, and Social Science.
Corban also offers accelerated online programs. Corban's online programs include Adult degree programs (Bachelor of Science programs) in Business and in Psychology. They also offer online graduate programs including an MBA program, Master's in Education and in Counseling, and a Graduate Teacher Licensure program.
Basic admission requirements for an undergraduate program in Corban are as follows:
- Personal Faith Statement
- Christian Character Reference
- Official High School Transcript - minimum GPA of 2.7
- Offical SAT or ACT scores
- Non-refundable $35 Application Fee
- College transcripts - if any
Tuition at Corban Accelerated Online is at $300 per credit hour. Books and lab fees are not included in the tuition. Financial aid is available in Corban in the form of Federal and State aid, private scholarships, and payment plans.
Corban is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities and is approved by the State of Oregon to prepare both elementary and secondary teachers for licensure. It was ranked by the U.S. News and & World Report as fourth in the “est's Best Baccalaureate Colleges for 2010” a category they have consistently ranked in (top 10) for the past 8 years. They have also been ranked by the The Princeton Review to be among the top colleges in the West.