COURSE REVIEW AND FINAL EXAM 30.1
Types Of Students
1. Audit Student:
People who wish to attend all classes for personal benefit but wish to be
exempt from all tests, assignments or projects. This would include that vast
body of people who are striving for personal growth and improvement, and
are seeking answers to questions. This student will receive a certificate of
2. Personal Ministry Student:
Many people seek to be a positive influence on the lives of those people they
touch and wish to further their understanding of human behavior, and man’s
relationship to God and the world they live in. This student is expected to
participate in all classes and write the final exam, but will be exempt from
all other assignments. This student will receive a certificate of achievement.
3. Continuing Education Student:
Many organizations and institutions require their staff and faculty to
continue their education on an ongoing basis. There are many who have
completed their education but desire to extend their knowledge though
continuing education. ICBC provides an excellent means to do so. This
student is expected to participate in all classes, complete the assignments
and the final exam. A diploma will be awarded.
4 Degree Student:
ICBC is affiliated with Biblical Life College and Theological Seminary.
Students may earn credits towards a Bachelor or Master degree. This student
is expected to participate in all classes, complete the assignments and final
exam with a B average. Should a student wish to apply this course towards a
degree, application must be formally be made to ICBC and the credit fees
paid. A diploma will be awarded.
An assignment follows each lecture containing five questions; 125 questions
in all. It is important that you know the answer to these questions. You will
be given time to prepare yourself for the exam and will write it before a
responsible person who will verify that you met all the conditions. Your class
project is a book report of 2000 words on the title I Can Change The Shape
Of My World, by Wilfred R. Kent. Four credits will be awarded to those who