Course Models


AOC is accessible across the globe through the learning platform, Moodle, providing a robust, secure and integrated system for our online learning environment. Moodle is used and trusted by over 90 million students at institutions and organizations large and small, including Shell, London School of Economics, Microsoft. It allows Aidan to provide the most flexible tool-set to support both blended learning and 100% online courses.


Our campus is located in Jacksonville, Florida, providing students with a residential experience through intensive seminars. Students will learn new concepts, examine relevant case studies and collaborate with students from across the country and possibly even around the world.

Aidan University’s main lecture laboratory is outfitted with computers, presentation equipment, and high-speed Internet connections. This allows our on-campus seminars to be simultaneously delivered to distance learners via the Aidan Communications Portal.


Aidan University encourages the creation of local church cohorts to provide an interactive and dynamic setting where students are better able to develop their knowledge and skills within a community. Rather than the professor-teaching-student model of traditional learning, the cohort programs bring together students to foster creativity, develop leadership skills, and encourage greater progress in their community.


Aidan Communications Portal: This platform enables video conferencing, content broadcasting that facilitates classroom lecture delivery, two-way video linking for remote proctoring of student examinations, screen sharing that allows instructors to present their concepts and ideas to an entire class regardless of where they may be geographically located and even remote desktop access and remote control to assist in troubleshooting issues on student computer systems.

Logos Bible Software: Every student at Aidan University works with the Logos Bible Library, a set of tools built upon the foundation of the world’s most advanced digital study bible.  These tools are carefully designed to enable users to do everyday Bible study tasks with more precision and less frustration. But beyond the basics of a fully-digital library, Aidan students use these tools to explore cultural and historical context, do in-depth exegesis, study the original Greek and Hebrew, and much more with intuitive, interactive tools created with input from pastors and scholars.

Third Millennium: Their mission is to prepare Christian leaders to lead a transformation of the world into God’s Kingdom by providing biblical education, for the world, for free. Their curriculum is designed to be used in support of existing schools, as well as by groups and individuals. It consists of three central elements: graphic-driven videos, printed instruction, and internet resources. All their instructors are seminary professors, and, their writers and editors are theologically trained educators. All their translators are theologically astute native speakers of their target languages.