Students have a protected course website where supplemental reading, presentations, assignments, discussion boards and more are located. In addition, most classes meet on regularly scheduled days for a live web conference that lasts approximately 60-90 minutes.
This means that your computer needs to meet the following minimum specifications:
When you are ready to follow your path toward an excellent astrological education, simply sign up before the course or the workshp begins. The intensive courses follow a specific schedule and have a course website with many additional resources. Workshops are online lectures that are most often held on Saturdays. We also offer one or two donation-supported community webinars each month. Click here to see what is currently available.
Some intensive courses are offered as a group of 2 or 3 courses that focus on a particular topic area. You will receive a Certificate acknowledging your work when you successfully complete these courses. You can also take our guided program that adds both breadth and depth to your understanding of astrology. Click here to see our range of intensive courses.
If you are here, we know that you are either interested in astrology or have fallen in love with its rich potential! And we know that you are looking for value for your money. You want to finish a course not only knowing more, but able to put that knowledge to use. And, you want to be able to evaluate the quality and usefulness of what you find when you set out to explore on your own. Good courses give you the tools, skills and support you need to succeed. That is our commitment to you. And since we stand behind our offerings, for the first 6 courses in our guided program, if you find you cannot finish the course in one term, you can extend your studies an additional term for no extra cost.
Learning online gives students more flexibility to schedule study time around the requirements of a busy lifestyle. But distance learning is not for everyone. In preparation for Kepler's online learning program, prospective students should consider the following questions: