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TAC Accredidation

Discussion in 'Baptist Colleges & Seminaries' started by bobbyd, Sep 10, 2007.

  1. bobbyd

    bobbyd New Member

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    I did a search on this topic and didn't find anything...so if i missed it, i'm sorry.

    Does anyone know anything about accredidation from Transworld Accreditating Commission International? They are based out of Riverside, CA and their website is: http://www.traccom.org/
     
  2. Martin

    Martin Active Member

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    ==It is not recognized by the Department of Education nor the Council For Higher Education. Why have accreditation that is not recognized?
     
  3. Broadus

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    The list of member institutions is a veritable "who's who" of unheard-of schools. ;)

    Bill
     
  4. paidagogos

    paidagogos New Member

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    Interesting twist

    I find it quite interesting that one of their accredited schools, Grace Bible College and Seminary of Morrisville, NC, will grant you a bachelor's degree if you have four years of ministry experience and enroll in their Th.D. program. Now, how's that for a real degree deal?

    Also, I wonder about the name. The abbreviation sounds too much like TRACS.
     
  5. Martin

    Martin Active Member

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    Check out their PhD Program:

    "Doctoral Program: This is an integrated in-depth study of the Bible and its Doctrines. One Textbook and a Doctoral Thesis study is required. Student's interested should write for a syllabus and costs. A Bachelor's degree is required prior to acceptance into this combined Masters/Doctorate Program."

    One textbook!! Imagine all the money we have wasted in programs that required several books per course!! :laugh: :laugh:

    I can't imagine how any person could honestly take that seriously. :laugh:
     
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