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Distance Learning

The College and Seminary offers DVD and is pursuing internet-based undergraduate and graduate courses especially for military personnel and others unable to attend on-campus.  These are actual classroom digital video recordings, including student questions and student-professor interaction. 
All students who enroll in the Distance Education Program receive a 50% discount on their first course.  Active-duty U.S. military personnel receive a 25% discount on all courses after the first.

Distance Education students enroll in the program according to the normal procedures for students planning to attend on-campus.  They will then receive the appropriate class materials either by mail on DVDs or by downloading directly from the designated server. Distance Education students must maintain a current status with respect to their studies, that is, they must reasonably adhere to the normal semester time-span for reviewing the class recordings and completing course assignments.  Students who fail to remain current may forfeit any potential class credit.

Online courses
TBBCS is actively pursuing what we feel would be the best way to deliver online content to students.  These courses will be downloadable video recordings of the actual classroom – similar to our DVD distance learning but eliminating the need for DVD’s.  While we are actively pursuing this option, online courses are not available at this time.  Please check back with us soon.  In addition, feel free to request more information on this program as it develops by emailing college@tabernacle-vb.org. 

DVD information and Class Offerings
The College and Seminary offers DVD undergraduate and graduate courses especially for military personnel and others unable to attend on-campus.  These are actual classroom digital video recordings, including student questions and student-professor interaction.  Below is a complete list of offerings.  Further information, is available through the Registrar.  All students who enroll in the Distance Education Program receive a 50% discount on their first course.  Active-duty U.S. military personnel receive a 25% discount on all courses after the first.

Distance Education students enroll in the program according to the normal procedures for students planning to attend on-campus.  They will then receive the appropriate class materials either by mail on DVDs or by downloading directly from the designated server. Distance Education students must maintain a current status with respect to their studies, that is, they must reasonably adhere to the normal semester time-span for reviewing the class recordings and completing course assignments.  Students who fail to remain current may forfeit any potential class credit.

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