Take our English, Social Sciences-History, or
pour time and money into freshman courses?
the path to your degree
Thousands of students have
earned college credit for English, Social Sciences, and other courses without sitting in a
class. They have taken tests
produced by the College Level Examination Program
(CLEP). Virtually every college recognizes CLEP exams,
and most schools offer up to 6 semester hours of credit
for satisfactory scores on each CLEP Exam.
By taking one of
the new Telos CLEP preparation courses, you will be
able to follow a flexible schedule, completing the
course in as little as four or five weeks. You will work with
an experienced tutor who will help you find your weak
spots and guide you in the most
effective strategy for test preparation. You will
take practice tests and receive evaluations and
advice from your tutor. Your tutor will customize
an individual study plan for you, based on your specific
areas of weakness. This personal contact will encourage
you and provide accountability unavailable merely
from a book. More
. . .
The Telos CLEP Preparation course series has been developed with the cooperation of Verity Institute, a program founded to disciple college students to be faithful followers of Jesus Christ as they pursue higher education.
Have you just finished the Wisdom Booklet Language Arts program?
Are you trying to decide what to do next? Consider the Telos Preparatory courses in English grammar and writing skills (ENGL 090 and ENGL 095). Have you just gone through the Life Purpose Planning booklet? Consider BLP 080, Personal Education Strategy - the natural next step. Ready to lay a foundation for competent Bible study? Consider BIBL 090 and BIBL 095 introductory courses in Bible Survey and Bible Study Methods.
The Home Health Care Degree
Be the first to prepare for the career of the future as a home health care manager. Ask about the Telos Associate of Applied Science degree in Home Health Care.
includes distance-learning, classroom, clinical rotations,
a practicum, and an internship. Students develop character,
skills, and the theological base needed to fulfill their
Biblical responsibilities in the entire spectrum of health
care needs. It builds the solid Biblical foundation essential
for those pursuing advanced health care studies in nursing,
medicine, physical therapy, or other health fields.
More . . .
Check our Admissions
page to find out how to start the process of becoming
a student with Telos. You can read our Statement
of Faith or find out what it takes to do distance
learning under our Computer
and Software Standards section.
You can browse
a list of our Programs of Study
or see individual Course
Descriptions. And don't overlook our Preparatory Courses for students 14 years and above.
The Telos Staff Families!
(L-R: Jennifer Kuhn, Peggy Bechtle, Dr. John Bechtle [standing] Karen and Rod Kuhn)