Students shall attend 80% of all classes to receive
credit for the course taken.
Special approval may be provided to miss more classes
by the instructor(s) prior to absences.
If not approved in advance, students who miss more
classes will not receive credit.
These students may switch from taking the class for
credit to audit.
Courses audited can be repeated to obtain credit.
Students who do not wish to take classes for credit,
may audit them by checking the box marked “Audit.”
If this box is not checked, it will be assumed that
the student is taking the class for credit.
These students auditing classes are, however, still
required to complete a registration form and pay the
Please Note: Students arriving to class late by 15 minutes or more are considered absent.
COURSE NUMBERING SYSTEM/CREDIT DESIGNATION
The Institute uses a two-letter prefix to identify the subject area and the three-digit number to identify courses according to the following system:
Corel Application (Computer)
|100 Basic Classes||1 Credit|
|200 Intermediate Classes||2 Credits|
|300 Advanced Classes||3 Credits|
|900 Special Topics/Electives||1-2 Credits|
To be eligible for graduation from the Koinonia Bible Institute one must meet the following requirements:
3 basic courses (100 level courses) which are 1 credit each
2 intermediate courses (200 level courses) which are 2 credits each
1 advanced topic credit (300 level course) 3 credits each
2 special topic credits (100 level courses or special topic classes, i.e., orientation)
Basic Credits 3 classes x 1 credit = 3 credits
Intermediate Credits 2 classes x 2 credits = 4 credits
Advanced Credits 1 class x 3 credits = 3 credits
*Special Topics 2 classes x 1 credit = 2 credits
Total 12 credits
Special topic classes are those classes taught over the summer and/or holidays. Most of these classes are less than 12 weeks. The orientation class is a special topic class that is equivalent to one credit. Students may also take a two-credit class to fulfill their special topics credits.
Please note: Discipleship, Survey of the Old Testament, and Survey of the New Testament are mandatory classes for graduation.