According to the 2010 United States Census, only 27.2 percent of Americans possess a bachelor’s degree or higher. Uneducated students had about twice the unemployment rate as those who held degrees. Those who need a degree are often kept from pursuing it because they need to work and have a responsibility of supporting a family.
At Brookes Bible College, we understand the obstacles that mature students often face when considering higher education and appreciate the diversity and life experience that these students introduce into class discussion. For this reason, we seek to offer courses in a variety of formats--including online learning--and scheduling opportunities to help overcome those obstacles.
A select portion of the Associate's degree programs at BBC can be accomplished in an online learning format through a program called Knowledge Elements. Students interested in online courses should contact the Academic Dean, Joshua Clutterham, to learn about options. Online courses can be accessed below.