NEWS & PRESS RELEASES
Short January terms, online classes help students earn credits
Students at Baptist Bible College & Seminary are able to participate in shortened winter class sessions on campus this January, allowing them to advance on coursework and earn credits in less time.
A range of online classes at the College, Graduate School, and Seminary are also available, giving added flexibility to countless students.
The winter session at the College, known as Winterim, runs January 2-9. It lets students take a semester-long course in a shortened, condensed format, picking up a class they may have missed or taking a class early in order to get ahead.
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Undergraduate classes offered during Winterim are World Geography, Global Cultures and Geography, Assessment of Learning, and Teaching English Language Learners.
To learn more about BBC, contact Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online and dual enrollment
Winterim is just one way students can get ahead. High school juniors and seniors can get a jump start, too, by taking classes online and earning credits through dual enrollment.
Learn more about dual enrollment here.
Information on online classes at the College, Graduate School, and Seminary is posted on the websites. Distance learning and online classes are as solid and relevant as our on-campus options. All courses and degrees are fully accredited and provide deep learning, personal interaction, and limited enrollment.
Details on online College classes are here.
Details on online and distance Graduate School classes are here.
Details on online and distance Seminary classes are here.
Seminary classes are also offered throughout January in one- and two-week modules.
Classes offered during the first one-week module from January 6-9 include Creating Lessons that Change Teens, Spotlight on Issues in Theology: An Expose of the Emerging Church, and Drama in Worship.
Classes offered during the second module from January 13-16 include Children's Ministries in the Church and Utilizing Technology in Preaching.
The two-week module from January 6-16 includes Principles of Church Growth and Utilizing Fine Arts in Contemporary Worship.
To learn more about BBS, contact Paul Golden at email@example.com.
Baptist Bible College & Seminary offers 38 academic programs, from a one-year Bible Certificate to PhDs. Programs are available on the Clarks Summit campus, online, and through several distance learning options. To learn more, go to www.bbc.edu or call 570.586.2400.
Posted on: 1/5/2009 9:21:36 AM