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i think Liberty is most economical for a full degree, but DTS is better than it initially looks regarding cost, because there is a lot of student aid available, especially for the THm. Masters Seminary in California has courses that are done mostly at home, but you have to do a couple weeks on campus each year. I think Masters is priced between Liberty and DTS. Good luck with it.
I went to a local Bible College here in Houston and many of the grads are pastors - my interest is prison ministry on a volunteer basis, so I'm using TTP for additional learning. It is most cost effective.
Our distance education students now learn under a revamped program, which mirrors a typical on-campus course. Features include:
* Four online classes offered each semester. Along with audio or video versions of courses taught by Covenant Seminary professors, peer-to-peer learning is fostered through online postings and discussion forums.
* Classes led by a faculty/mentor team who facilitate discussions.
* Required testing and completion dates.
* A revised summer schedule with four two-week residency sessions that bring together on-campus and off-campus students for intensive learning.
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