Director of MU Reno-Tahoe John McKendricks and Awaken, Inc. saw some of the fruit of their labor this past week when Nevada's Governor Brian Sandoval signed a bill in support of sex-trafficking prevention. What began as an effort by Multnomah to minister to their community in Reno has continued to grow and flourish with real, tangible results in view. Read the rest of this entry »
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Now that we've got your attention with fancy words like "sustainable" and "hybrid", we actually have an interesting article we found some time back that discusses the merits of education that is a blend of online and in-person activities (hence the "hybrid" terminology!).
What does this have to do with Multnomah?
Turns out, little ol' Multnomah is already doing this with what we call "distributed learning" at the Seminary. We call it Multnomah Connect. Not only can you take seminary classes online, but you can take them at our Reno-Tahoe or Anchorage sites as well. Then, when you're ready, you can finish it all up with a visit to the Portland campus. (Somewhere in here, we hear the word "sustainable" too. Yikes!)
Other Reading on the Hybrid Education Movement
Categories: Alumni, General, Press Releases, Seminary
- All MBS students will have access to more online classes
- Actual MBS professors teach - not just adjuncts, videos, or assistants
- You can complete many classes not offered online at one of two locations outside Portland: Reno, NV or Anchorage, AK
- A short on-site period at the main campus in Portland is all you need for the complete degree
- You don't have to relocate - perfect for families and in-ministry situations that can't travel
- While not as all-inclusive as tradtional "in-residence" programs, it is a great way to save time and money if you want to further your ministry qualifications
- Brings Bible-based seminary instruction closer to you (MBS is prayerfully considering more locations in the future)
- Through Connect, earn a Grad Certificate, MAPS, or M.Div.
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