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About Electives

An elective must be:

  • An organized course.
  • Instructional in nature.
  • In a subject area that requires the learning of new concepts and facts.
  • A subject that utilizes a textbook.
  • Instructed with a pre-determined objective standard of evaluation that would include a combination of the following: tests, quizzes, homework, projects.
  • Evaluated by at least one paper exam.

Tip: A good question to ask yourself as you prepare an elective course is, "Would a conventional school accept this as a credit course?"

Elective Definitions

  • BJU Press Electives: Foreign Languages, Bible, Music, Speech, Family Life Skills, Fitness DVDs, Science, Math
  • Other Electives: Using a non-BJU Press curriculum (BJU Press must be used where available).
  • Transferred Electives: Course taken outside the home (team sports, traditional school, co-op course, etc.)

Elective Approval Process

Complete the updated Elective Reporting Form (ERF)pdf document

  • Submit all ERF's in time for approval prior to semester in which the elective will be taken.
  • Submit all ERF's prior to deadline pdf document to avoid late submission penalty.
  • Courses for which ERF's are required appear on the course requirements page.
  • Before the beginning of each year, The Course Registration Form (CRF) must be completed before the ERF, and both forms must be submitted together.

Units of Elective Credit

  • A course will receive .25 credits for one semester if the instruction time lasts between 2.5 and 4 hours per week.
  • A course will receive .50 credits for one semester if the instruction time lasts between 4 and 5 hours per week.