Students are required to attend all classes and be on time. Our courses are accelerated; you cannot afford to miss classes. This is a critical time of your life to get your Bible school education. Do not plan to attend the first class and skip out on the second class at 8:15 p.m. You will be counted absent for the entire evening if you do not have prior approval from your instructor. If an emergency arises and you are not able to attend classes please notify your instructor.
Homework: Each lesson’s homework must be turned
in the week following the lesson. (See course syllabus)
Summary: 300 word summary on the topics discussed in each week’s lesson. Weekly summaries must be turned in the week following the lesson. (Ex: Summary for Lesson 1 must be turned in the following class). Your instructor will evaluate these summaries for content, format, spelling, grammar & punctuation, after which they will be returned to you. These corrected summaries will assist you in creating your 2000 word end of the course Thesis.
Students are expected to come to class prepared by having already read the lesson for that week. This will allow you to ask any questions you might have.
The 8th Week: Final Exam.
End of Course: Your 2,000 word Course Thesis must be turned in on the 2nd week of the next course. There will be a 10% grade reduction for each week it is late.
You can refer to Chapter and verse and/or use part of a verse to begin your topic. However, a summary paper filled with scriptures will not be accepted. Any question that you have about the Summary requirements should be discussed with your instructor at the beginning of the course. You will submit each week. It is important that you understand the requirements from the beginning so that you will have ample time to complete your assignments.
Course Thesis Requirements
Each Thesis that is turned in must meet the following criteria.
1. A cover sheet with the following information:
2. The Course Thesis must:
points deducted from your grade.
3. The Course Thesis is not to be filled with written Scripture. You can
refer to Chapter and verse and/or use part of a verse to begin your
topic. However, a Thesis paper filled with scriptures will not be accepted.