Master the Word of God with Home Study that is Flexible and Affordable.
The Word of God is full of truth about unconditional love, overflowing joy, and perfect peace. But if you don’t know these Bible truths, chances are you’re not enjoying their benefits. RHEMA Correspondence Bible School can help! RCBS is a non-accredited home Bible study course that is designed with you in mind. This study program allows you the flexibility of paying for one lesson at a time and you may complete the lessons at your own pace. You will receive a certificate of completion for each completed study unit and a RHEMA Correspondence Bible School diploma upon completion of all six units. Enroll and pay online, and take a giant first step toward learning The Word.
Enroll anytime; choose your topic of study; study at your own pace!
Pay as you go – only $25 per lesson!*
(* US Residents rate. Foreign rates are listed on the application form.)
The RCBS study program allows you to pay for one lesson at a time and to complete lessons at your own pace.
Learn from home, from work, or in our labs and create your own study schedule at your own pace. Our correspondence courses are offered on a monthly intake basis and your study kit will be mailed at this time. You have 14 weeks from the start date of your course to complete.
Correspondence course information
- Register by phone, fax, mail or in-person for the course of your choice. Be sure to use the course codes listed.
- Your study kit will be couriered to your home from the School of Continuing Education prior to the course’s start date.
- Course fee includes a $25 supply cost (non-tax deductible).
- If your course uses a textbook (the title and ISBN number are listed in your study kit), the text can be purchased from the Campus Bookstore. It is not included in the price of the course. You may contact the bookstore at 905.721.3026 and request that your textbook be couriered to you at an additional cost to you.
- You are assigned an instructor and are provided with the instructor’s fax and/or telephone numbers for consultation.
- Assignments are to be mailed or faxed to the Continuing Education office at the Oshawa campus for your instructor to receive and mark. Self-addressed, stamped envelopes are included in your study kit for your convenience.
- Any student-initiated refunds will be subject to a $30 cancellation fee if you withdraw within two weeks of the official start date of your course. After this time no refund will be issued.
- If you are intending to pursue a college diploma using any of the listed credit courses, please ensure that you have the required prerequisite. You may be asked to provide official transcripts and/or course outlines as proof.
Through the Correspondence Course Division, Sam Houston State University provides the opportunity for qualified individuals to obtain college credit through correspodence course study.
Correspondence courses offer a challenging and rewarding opportunity to earn credit for college courses without attending an organized class. Students may study at their own rate and at the time and place of their choosing. This service has been proven highly beneficial for those who desire to continue their college work, to teachers who wish to take courses leading to additional certification or who are in need of additional study in the disciplines they teach, and to citizens who wish to broaden their learning.
Unless otherwise specified, each correspondence course carries three semester hours of college credit and includes an amount of work similar to that required for a course taken in residence.
Correspondence courses are not offered at the graduate level, nor can any correspondence course taken at any level or at any institution count toward a graduate degree at Sam Houston State University.
“Sam Houston State University is accredited by the Commission of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097; Telephone number 404.679.4501) to award bachelor, masters, and doctoral degrees.”
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Correspondence Courses: Overview
The Correspondence Courses Program is an opportunity to enroll in and complete courses from Seattle Central Community College from your home or work. The courses enable individuals to earn credits towards an A.A. or A.A.S. degree.
Correspondence courses are open enrollment. Students who register for these courses have two quarters (180 days) to complete course requirements.
Financial Aid may not be used for Continuous correspondence courses and full–time tuition fees are not applicable. Loan deferment eligibility is not available for these courses.
Tuition cost per course is $554.20 for Washington state residents and $654.20 for non–residents which includes a 20.00 non–refundable materials fee.
There are no required on–campus meetings for correspondence courses. However, some courses require students to take their exams on campus. Students who are unable to come to campus to take their exams are responsible for finding their own proctor to supervise exams.
Independent Study through Correspondence
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