Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1923-1924 Page: 93
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COLG OF TH IBE9
DEFINITION OF COURSES.
The credit values of all work is measured in "term hours."
Courses meet either two or three times per week. By "termhour"
is meant one hour's recitation or lecture through a term
of three months. Thus a course meeting three times per week
during one term will be given credit for three "term-hours";
one meeting three hours per week for the nine months session
will receive nine "term-hours" of credit.
STANDARD OF GRADING.
Students finishing the full course must average not lower
than B-plus in all their studies. Those fnishing the shorter
courses must average at least B. Any one making a D in any
term is "conditioned" in that subject; he may take it over or
may satisfy certain requirements and be able in the work of
other terms on the course to make his average above the minimum
requirement. An E is failure and cannot be made up.
The work of the College of the Bible is so correlated with
that of the College of Arts and Sciences that the student may
pursue his work toward a college degree and at the same time
satisfy many of the requirements for graduation from the College
of the Bible. In this way he will be able to finish the
regular four year college course and the regular three year
course in the Bible College in advance of that in six years,
thus receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree and his diploma
equivalent to the degree of Bachelor of Divinity (B. D.) or
Master of Theology (Th. M.) one year earlier than would
be possible should he do the work in each college separately.
The following courses in the College of the Bible are credited
in the College of Arts and Sciences toward the bachelor's
Hebrew, 18 term-hours (i. e. 3 3-5 courses in college).
Old Testament, 9 term-hours (i. e. 1 4-5 courses in college).
New Testament, 9 term-hours (i.e. 1 4-5 courses in college).
Greek, 9 term-hours (i. e. 1 4-5 courses in college).
Public Speaking, 9 term-hours (i. e. 1 4-5 courses in college).
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