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1 2015 GLOBAL UNIVERSITY BEREAN SCHOOL OF THE BIBLE CATALOG 1211 South Glenstone Avenue Springfield, Missouri USA Telephone: Fax Internet: Top photo on cover: Mrs. Jan Prichard, the Berean School of the Bible Commencement Student Reflection Speaker, addresses the commencement audience on June 20, 2014, in Springfield, Missouri. Each year, Global University hosts a commencement ceremony for students who have completed diploma or degree programs. Mrs. Prichard earned a Bible and Doctrine Diploma through Berean School of the Bible and serves her local church as Women s Ministries Director Global University All Rights Reserved

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3 TABLE OF CONTENTS A Letter from the President... 4 A Letter from the Provost... 5 General Information... 6 Foreword...6 History...6 Mission of Global University...6 Doctrinal Statement...6 Notice of Non-Discriminatory Policy...7 Global University International Headquarters Calendar...7 The Four Schools... 8 Nondegree Programs...8 Degree Programs...8 Administration and Faculty... 9 Board of Directors...9 Board of Administration...9 Academic Affairs Committee Regional and National Directors University Faculty Accreditation and Endorsements Accreditation Certification Memberships University Standards Basic Standards of Academic Integrity...11 Code of Conduct...11 Due Process of Student Rights...11 Policy for Filing Student Complaints...11 Tracking and Addressing Student Complaints Notification of Rights under FERPA Instructional Technology and Resources...13 Internet Courses Digital Courses Library Resources Financial Information...14 Fees and Tuition Cancellation and Refund Policy Withdrawal Process Services, Policies, and Programs...14 Academic Counseling Student Status Time Limit for Completing a Course Examinations Berean School of the Bible Grading System Recommended Reading Service Learning Requirements Transcripts Transfer of Credit Student Inquiries and Comments Programs Offered Study Groups Instructional Facilitator s Manuals A Letter from the Dean...17 Diploma Requirements Diploma and Certificate Programs Ministerial Studies Program Ministerial Studies Diploma Ministerial Studies with Leadership Honors Diploma. 20 Bible and Doctrine Diploma...20 Church Ministries Diploma Royal Rangers Organizational Leaders Diploma Center for Native Leadership Development...22 Course Descriptions Explanation of Course Numbering...24 Continuing Education Units (CEUs)...24 Course Materials...24 Bible Division...24 Theology/History Division...26 Ministry/Practical Theology Division...27 Capstone Projects Division...29 Faculty and Writers

4 A LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT Welcome to Global University! All of us here at Global are pleased to learn of your interest in our school. We are delighted that you are seeking to prepare yourself for service in God s harvest field. Our catalog provides information concerning who we are, our mission, history, and policies and procedures, as well as our various plans of study. We trust you will identify a program of study to help you prepare for God s call on your life. A unique aspect of our program is the emphasis on applied learning and ministry through our service learning requirement (SLR). This requirement allows learners to move more rapidly from theory to practical application of what they are learning. In other words, learners benefit from the integration of academic rigor with practical application throughout their studies. Global University is comprised of four schools providing a seamless approach to study, ranging in academic level from certificates (initial evangelism and discipleship courses) through graduate degrees. The four schools are School for Evangelism and Discipleship, Berean School of the Bible (offering adult continuing education courses to equip people for church leadership), Undergraduate School of Bible and Theology (offering associate and bachelor degrees), and Graduate School of Theology (offering master of arts, master of divinity, and doctor of ministry degrees). Catalogs for each school are available on our website at Global University s learners benefit not only from increased knowledge through studying course content but also from spiritual growth and increased discipline. Our instructional design helps them gain skills for a lifetime of learning, service, and ministry. Students and alumni fill positions of ministry as teachers, pastors, and missionaries. Others serve as local, district, and national church leaders. They actively work in both open and sensitive locations, fulfilling God s call on their lives to impact eternity where they are and wherever God leads them. Should you enroll and study with Global University, you will not be studying alone. Instead, you will join students studying in literally every time zone of the world. We operate through a worldwide network of 232 offices serving over 300,000 students. We are committed to equipping people for service in churches, schools, and other ministries. As you study, rest assured our extensive university stands ready to assist you in any way we can. God bless! Gary L. Seevers Jr., PhD President 4

5 A LETTER FROM THE PROVOST Wherever you are in the world, sincere greetings! It is my pleasure to serve as the provost of Global University. Dealing with academic issues around the world requires an understanding and perceptiveness of regional and national differences. Those differences are not limited to education; they appear in every aspect of life and work. In traveling the world and meeting our Global students and alumni, I am impressed with their commitment to excellence in ministry in all cultural situations. As I observe these people I can usually see the intersection of God s call, their commitment, and a Global University education. The results are astounding: people are saved, churches are started, para-church ministries are established, and bodies are healed. The Lord operates through thousands of men and women who have come through Global University s programs. Global University allows you to start wherever you are in your own educational journey and pursue a broad range of learning goals. Do you want basic instruction as a new follower of Christ? Then the School for Evangelism and Discipleship s Christian Life and Christian Service series of courses would benefit you. Do you want to study for a ministerial career, a lay leadership role in your church, or your own spiritual enrichment? The Berean School of the Bible s institute-level programs will serve you well. Do you want an accredited undergraduate certificate, diploma, or bachelor of arts degree? Check out the programs offered by the Undergraduate School of Bible and Theology. Are you prepared for post-baccalaureate studies? The Graduate School of Theology offers master of arts degrees, a master of divinity degree, and a doctor of ministry degree. Global is one university with four schools, so you will have a wideranging menu of options from which to choose. And whichever program you select, you can be sure it will integrate faith and learning from a Pentecostal evangelical perspective. Our name Global University accurately describes us as a worldwide distance-learning school. Our accreditation, both national and regional, assures you of a quality education. As you enter studies with Global University, you join a student body in every time zone and nearly every country of the world. You can study where and when you want to at extremely affordable costs. You will have access to faculty via postal mail or , and our online library resources provide the opportunity to investigate a subject as deeply as you wish. Welcome to the Global University community. We are students, faculty, staff, and administrators who are all involved in impacting eternity by winning the lost and training the found everywhere. God s blessings on you, John G. (Jack) Nill, Ph.D. Provost John G. (Jack) Nill, PhD Provost 5

6 GENERAL INFORMATION Foreword The population of the world is increasing at an unprecedented rate. There is an explosive increase in knowledge, and people are eager to learn. Global University has responded to this need by developing its own instructional tools in print, audio, video, CD-ROM, and online delivery formats that take the school to the student. By utilizing the tools of contemporary educational technology, Global University is expanding the resources of the church. Global University s courses are applicable for distance-learning instruction, school classrooms, learning groups, and individual study. Qualified writers from many nations write and develop the course materials that are then distributed around the world in many languages. This contributes to fulfilling Global University s motto: Impacting eternity by winning the lost and training the found everywhere! History Global University has a distinguished heritage spanning almost six decades. Its rich history is a blending of the achievements of two distance-learning institutions. This dual foundation of experience adds academic strength to the entity created by the merger of ICI and Berean Universities. The Assemblies of God Fellowship recognized that not everyone who desired ministerial preparation could attend a residential Bible training institution. Therefore a distance-learning program for ministerial candidates was begun in This program developed into the Berean School of the Bible by 1958 and was headquartered in Springfield, Missouri. In 1967, International Correspondence Institute (ICI) was founded under the auspices of the Division of Foreign Missions. This second distance-learning school was designed to provide evangelism, discipleship, and workers training courses as well as bachelor s degrees to students all over the world. George M. Flattery, who first envisioned the school, was its founding president. Its offices moved from Missouri to Brussels, Belgium, in 1972 and remained there until Both Berean School of the Bible and ICI grew rapidly, adding courses and programs to meet the growing needs of their students. Berean, which was utilizing courses developed by ICI for its degree programs, became Berean College in 1985 and Berean University in ICI moved from Brussels to Irving, Texas, in 1991 and became ICI University in Both institutions remained faithful to their respective missions. Similarity in educational approach, mission, and services made a merger of the two institutions logical. Both universities were making significant advances in electronic delivery via the Internet and other technologies. Rather than duplicating costly delivery systems, a united university would 6 result in better stewardship of technological and human resources. Thomas Trask, general superintendent of the Assemblies of God at that time, and L. John Bueno, executive director of World Missions at that time, agreed to initiate the merger. Global University now has four schools: (1) School for Evangelism and Discipleship, (2) Berean School of the Bible, (3) Undergraduate School of Bible and Theology, and (4) Graduate School of Theology. All of these schools of Global University are truly global in outreach. Students at home and abroad enroll in all levels of study. Global University works closely with Assemblies of God World Missions, US Missions, and other divisions of the General Council. Global University continues to write new chapters of history as it impacts eternity by winning the lost and training the found everywhere! This means using various media technologies through anointed courses, curricula, consultation, and cooperation, equipping people to be Christ s disciples with the help of God to His glory and the expansion of His kingdom. Mission of Global University Global University is a Christian university in the Pentecostal tradition that: integrates education and service through a worldwide network for student support. provides access to ministerial training from adult continuing education to the graduate level. produces curricular materials in multiple languages. serves the local church and Christian community through evangelism, discipleship, and leadership training through nonresidential distributed learning methods. Doctrinal Statement The doctrinal position of Global University is expressed in the following statement of faith. We believe: the Bible is the inspired and only infallible and authoritative written Word of God (2 Timothy 3:16). there is one God, eternally existent in three persons: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit (Deuteronomy 6:4; Matthew 28:19). in the deity of our Lord Jesus Christ, in His virgin birth, in His sinless life, in His miracles, in His vicarious and atoning death, in His bodily resurrection, in His ascension to the right hand of the Father, in His personal, future return to this earth in power and glory to rule a thousand years (John 1:1).

7 in the blessed hope the rapture of the Church at Christ s coming (Titus 2:13). the only means of being cleansed from sin is through repentance and faith in the precious blood of Christ (John 14:6). regeneration by the Holy Spirit is absolutely essential for personal salvation (Titus 3:5). in water baptism by immersion (Matthew 28:19). the redemptive work of Christ on the cross provides healing of the human body in answer to believing prayer (1 Peter 2:24). the baptism in the Holy Spirit, according to Acts 2:4, is given to believers who ask for it. in the sanctifying power of the Holy Spirit by whose indwelling the Christian is enabled to live a holy life (Galatians 5:16 25). in the resurrection of both the saved and the lost, the one to everlasting life and the other to everlasting damnation (Revelation 20:11 15). Notice of Non-Discriminatory Policy Global University employs, advances, admits, and treats, both in its employment and its educational programs, all persons without regard to their race, color, national or ethnic origin, gender, age, handicap, or status as a veteran Calendar Global University has a year-round open enrollment policy for independent-study students who enroll directly with the International Office in Springfield, Missouri. Students who study with offices other than the International Office should check with their respective offices for their academic calendars. Global University is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., central time, with phone service available from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. During 2015, Global University s offices will be closed for the following holidays: January 1 January 19 April 3 May 25 June 19 July 3 September 7 November 26 through 27 December 23 through December 25 December 31 through January 1, 2016 New Year s Day Martin Luther King Jr. Day Good Friday Memorial Day (observed) International Commencement Ceremony (not a holiday) Independence Day Labor Day Thanksgiving Holidays (observed) Christmas Holidays (observed) New Year s Holiday Global University International Headquarters The International Headquarters of Global University is housed in a five-story building on Glenstone Avenue in Springfield, Missouri. It is approximately 15 minutes from the National Leadership and Resource Center of The General Council of the Assemblies of God USA and 10 minutes from other Assemblies of God schools in Springfield. 7

8 THE FOUR SCHOOLS Global University is one university with four schools. For further information concerning the schools and programs described below and the languages in which they are available, please contact your director or the International Office of Global University, or check the university s website at Nondegree Programs School for Evangelism and Discipleship Evangelism courses present a basic understanding of the gospel for those seeking to know the saving truths of God s Word. These courses are available for children and adults. The Christian Life Series and 21st Century Discipleship Series help new believers explore foundational topics on Christian living, including prayer, Bible study, and worship. The Christian Service Series provides an in-depth approach to Bible study and application through teaching, spiritual gifts, witnessing, discipleship, and other important topics. These courses are suitable for discipleship training at the local church level. They have been translated into over twenty languages, including Spanish and French, and are available online at Students can enroll in a Christian Service Diploma Program by contacting student services at Global University and enrolling with the School for Evangelism and Discipleship (SED); however, no academic credit is given for completing these courses. Berean School of the Bible Berean School of the Bible (BSB) is the adult continuing education program of Global University. The courses are ideal for personal enrichment as well as for ministerial and church leadership training. The General Presbytery of the Assemblies of God has approved the Ministerial Studies Program of Berean School of the Bible to fulfill the educational requirements for ministerial credentials. Ministerial credentials are issued by the General Council Credentials Committee upon recommendation of the appropriate district; ministerial credentials are not issued by Global University. Individuals who serve in churches other than the Assemblies of God may substitute non-ag ministerial studies courses for the organization-specific courses in order to fulfill the requirements for a diploma in ministerial studies. Although Berean School of the Bible courses are not college degree-level courses, transcripts are maintained and diplomas are offered to validate completion of BSB studies. Diplomas are offered in Ministerial Studies, Ministerial Studies with Leadership Honors, Bible and Doctrine, Church Ministries, Royal Rangers Organizational Leaders, and Native Leadership Development. Certificates are awarded for each of the three levels of ministerial studies. Consult the Diploma Requirements section of this catalog for specific requirements for each of these diplomas. Berean School of the Bible also offers programs in Spanish. For more information please visit our website, call, or write to request a Spanish catalog. (Students must complete at least 50 percent of their courses in the same language in which their diploma or certificate will be issued.) Degree Programs Undergraduate School of Bible and Theology The Undergraduate School of Bible and Theology offers programs of study that include certificates, diplomas, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor of arts degrees. The undergraduate programs are designed for ministers, ministerial students, and laypersons who seriously desire a biblical education. These degree programs are open to anyone who has earned a high school diploma or its equivalent. Graduate School of Theology The Graduate School of Theology offers post-baccalaureate degrees and certificates through a structured distanceeducation format by utilizing mentors and printed and electronic materials to guide students in study and research. The degrees offered are a Master of Arts in Biblical Studies, a Master of Arts in Ministerial Studies, a Master of Divinity, a Doctor of Ministry Biblical Studies and Theology, and a Doctor of Ministry Church Ministries. Graduate studies certificates are offered in New Testament studies, education, intercultural studies, and leadership. The Master of Divinity Program is recognized and accepted as chaplaincy training for the US Military. Those interested in a military chaplaincy career should contact the Dean of the Graduate School at For specific information about Global University degree programs, request either an undergraduate or graduate catalog from the International Office of Global University or visit the website at 8

9 ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY Board of Directors L. John Bueno (Chair) Emeritus Member JoAnn Butrin (Vice-Chair) Director, International Ministries, Assemblies of God World Missions Marilyn K. Abplanalp President, The Alliance for Assemblies of God Higher Education Gary J. Blanchard Assistant Superintendent and Executive Secretary, Illinois District of the Assemblies of God Jerry Brooks Senior Pastor, Oak Creek Assembly of God, Oak Creek, Wisconsin George M. Flattery Chancellor, Global University President, Network 211 Betty Johnson Public Member, Memphis Tennessee Mark Lehmann Pastor, Cornerstone Church, Bowie, Maryland Ron Maddux Regional Director, Northern Asia Assemblies of God World Missions John E. Maracle Executive Presbyter, Ethnic Area, US Assemblies of God Scott Marcum Public Member, Dothan, Alabama Greg M. Mundis Executive Director, Assemblies of God World Missions Lowell Nystrom Public Member, St. Paul, Minnesota Eleazar Rodriquez Jr Superintendent, Texas Louisiana Hispanic District of the Assemblies of God Ivan Satyavrata Pastor, Park Street Assembly of God, Kolkata, India Gary L. Seevers Jr. President, Global University Zollie L. Smith Jr. Executive Director, Assemblies of God US Missions Edmound Teo Senior Pastor, International Christian Assembly of God, North Point, Hong Kong Randy Valimont Pastor, First Assembly of God, Griffin, Georgia Eugene Ver Steeg Public Member, Inwood, Iowa George O. Wood General Superintendent, Assemblies of God (USA) Board of Administration Gary L. Seevers Jr. (Chair) President PhD, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Keith E. Heermann Executive Vice President MA, Southern California College John G. (Jack) Nill Provost PhD, University of North Texas D. Bradley Ausbury Dean, General Education MDiv, Assemblies of God Theological Mark A. Barclift Director of Outreach (Special Ministries) EdD, Nova Southeastern University Carl W. Chrisner Dean, Graduate School of Theology DMin, Columbia Theological Joel W. Ellis Vice President, Global Operations MA, Assemblies of God Theological Steven D. Handy Dean, Berean School of the Bible MA, Assemblies of God Theological Randy J. Hedlun Vice Provost DTh, University of South Africa C. Lynne Kroh Registrar MEd, University of North Texas Robert A. Love Provost Emeritus PhD, University of Maryland Mark R. Perry Vice President, Finance MBA, Southwest Missouri State University Wade W. Pettenger Vice President, Information Technology and Media MBA, Southwest Missouri State University Timothy K. Teague Dean, School for Evangelism and Discipleship MA, Assemblies of God Theological Willard D. Teague Dean, Undergraduate School of Bible and Theology DMin, Denver Nicole L. Vicari Executive Director of Advancement MOL, Evangel University 9

10 Academic Affairs Committee The Global University Academic Affairs Committee is composed of the provost, the vice provost, the executive vice president, the vice president of Global Operations, the deans of the schools, and the directors of academic service areas. The primary function of the Academic Affairs Committee is the oversight of the educational standards and procedures that apply to the various Global University curricular programs. The Academic Affairs Committee is responsible for decisions that affect the curricula, the faculty, instructional methods and delivery, and graduation requirements. Of special concern to the Academic Affairs Committee is the recognition of Global University s academic credits, diplomas, and degrees. The committee seeks to maintain the recognition by assuring that instructional materials and programs meet high quality standards. To this end, the committee reviews and approves all educational materials in print, audio, CD-ROM, video, and online delivery formats. Regional and National Directors Global University operates worldwide through a network of regional offices that assist national offices. Regional and national directors promote, supervise, and coordinate the work of the university within a designated geographical area. They, along with the national office staff, encourage students to pursue and achieve academic excellence. The Global University Board of Administration and the regional directors form the Global Leadership Council. This council, with the assistance of the International Office staff, meets biennially to review past achievements and develop procedures, goals, and strategies to promote continued improvement and growth. University Faculty Individuals who serve Global University as faculty are included in the following two categories: Resident Faculty Global University resident faculty are those academically qualified individuals serving at the International Office whose activities consist primarily of writing, developing, and facilitating courses. Adjunct Faculty Adjunct faculty are academically qualified individuals throughout the Global University network who periodically write, facilitate, and evaluate Global University courses in field settings or serve as tutors for students studying independently with the university. ACCREDITATION AND ENDORSEMENTS Accreditation Global University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association. Contact information: The Higher Learning Commission 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite Chicago, Illinois Telephone: and Fax: Website: ncahigherlearningcommission.org. Global University is accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC) (formerly known as the Distance Education and Training Council, or DETC), a nationally recognized agency under the auspices of the US Department of Education. DEAC is also a recognized member of the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). 10 Contact information: Distance Education Accrediting Commission th Street, NW Suite 2 Washington, DC Telephone: ; Fax: Certification The university is incorporated in the State of Missouri and is certified to operate by the Missouri Coordinating Board for Higher Education. Memberships Global University is a member of the Alliance for Assemblies of God Higher Education (AAGHE), the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO), the Asia / Pacific Theological Association (APTA), the Association for Pentecostal Theological Education in Africa (APTEA), and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).

11 UNIVERSITY STANDARDS Basic Standards of Academic Integrity Registration at Global University requires adherence to the university s standards of academic integrity. Many of these standards may be intuitively understood and cannot in any case be listed exhaustively; the following examples represent some basic types of behavior that are unacceptable: 1. Cheating: (a) using unauthorized notes, aids, or information when taking an examination; (b) submitting work done by someone else as your own; (c) copying or paraphrasing someone else s essays, projects, or other work and submitting it as your own. 2. Plagiarizing: submitting someone else s work and claiming it as your own or neglecting to give appropriate documentation when using any kind of reference materials. Plagiarism, whether purposeful or unintentional, includes copying or paraphrasing materials from the study guide, textbook, someone else s writing, or any other source (published or unpublished). Any words, thoughts, or ideas taken from any other source must be properly documented according to the Global University Undergraduate Form and Style Guide. 3. Fabricating: falsifying or inventing any information, data, or citation. 4. Obtaining an unfair advantage: (a) stealing, reproducing, circulating, or otherwise gaining access to examination materials prior to the time authorized by the instructor or examination supervisor; (b) unauthorized collaborating on an academic assignment; (c) retaining, possessing, using, or circulating previously given examination materials where those materials clearly indicate they are to be returned to the examination supervisor or to the Global University offices at the conclusion of the examination. Disciplinary action for not maintaining basic standards of academic integrity may range from lowering a grade for a paper to dismissal from the program, depending on the severity of the offense. Code of Conduct Global University is a Christian educational institution aiming to, among other things, equip men and women to fulfill God s calling on their lives. Christian conduct is therefore an expected norm. While Global University reaches many cultures around the world, it is understood that some practices acceptable in one culture may not be acceptable in another. As Christians we look to the Scripture to guide our conduct. Therefore, students are expected to conduct themselves according to biblical principles of behavior. Examples of such principles are found in Romans 12:9 21; Galatians 5:22 23; and Ephesians 4:1 3, The Code of Conduct also applies to verbal and written communication with Global University representatives, faculty, staff, and students. Furthermore, it extends to all electronic communication, including threaded discussions and with faculty and students. Violation of the Code of Conduct may result in disciplinary action, including dismissal from the program. Global University also wants each student to be aware of our Statement on Marriage, Human Sexuality, and Gender Identity that can be viewed at Click on Students and then on Statement. Due Process of Student Rights In all cases involving academic dishonesty, the student charged or suspected shall, at a minimum, be accorded the following rights: 1. Prompt investigation of all charges of academic dishonesty, to be conducted, insofar as possible, in a manner that prevents public disclosure of the student s identity. Such investigation may include informal review and discussion with an official of the school prior to bringing a charge, provided that such review does not compromise the rights of the student in the formal process. 2. Reasonable written notice of the facts and evidence underlying the charge of academic dishonesty and of the principle(s) of academic integrity said to have been violated. 3. Reasonable written notice of the procedure by which the accuracy of the charge will be determined. 4. Reasonable time, if requested, within which to prepare a response to the charge. 5. A hearing or meeting at which the student involved may be heard and the accuracy of the charge determined by a neutral decision maker. 6. Review of any adverse initial determination, if requested, by an appeals committee to whom the student has access in person. Generally, implementation of sanctions will be suspended until all appeals made by the student have been exhausted. 7. Final review of an unsuccessful appeal, if requested, by the president or an advisory committee designated by the president. Policy for Filing Student Complaints Global University assures the public that its philosophy is to be responsive to any student complaint. Historically the university has received very few complaints, and those that it has received have been resolved to the student s satisfaction in every case. 11

12 A student wishing to file a complaint or grievance should first follow the steps outlined in the section immediately below, titled Tracking and Addressing Student Complaints. Global University will do everything in its power to resolve the complaint as expeditiously as possible. In the event that the student wants to contact higher authorities, he or she may do so at the state and accrediting agency levels. Information regarding these levels appears below. The Missouri Department of Higher Education (MDHE) serves as a clearinghouse for postsecondary student complaints. The MDHE complaint policy contains information about the complaint process and includes instructions about filing a formal complaint. Note that the policy provides that a student who wants to file a complaint with the department must first exhaust all formal and informal avenues provided by the institution to resolve disputes. The MDHE complaint policy can be accessed at POLICYONCOMPLAINTRESOLUTION.pdf. The Higher Learning Commission (HLC), Global University s regional accrediting agency, can also receive student complaints. The Commission can be contacted at the following website: complaints.html?highlight=wyjjb21wbgfpbnqixq== Please note that the HLC expects complaints and grievances to be first resolved at the institution level, and complaints should only be directed to the HLC if they are deemed to affect an institution s accreditation. The Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC), Global University s national accrediting agency, also publishes a policy regarding student complaints. This policy can be accessed at the agency s website: Please note that the DEAC expects every effort to be made to resolve complaints and grievances at the institution level first, and these should only be directed to the DEAC if they are deemed to affect an institution s accreditation. Tracking and Addressing Student Complaints Global University takes complaints and grievances seriously. The Department of Student Services, of GU s Academic Affairs Office, maintains and monitors a complaint or grievance file. The complaints received usually belong in two general categories: (1) the course content or (2) the course delivery and support system. Complaints relating to course content are referred to the University Materials Development (UMD) Department and to the Professor of Record (PoR) for the course. A student representative will then contact the student with an answer to the student s question(s) or with a solution to the student s problem. Complaints relating to the delivery and support system are handled through the Student Services Department. A student representative will contact the student to resolve the difficulty. In some cases, this leads to the establishment of new policies or procedures to improve the delivery system for all students. In more difficult or complex situations, especially those involving problems spanning more than one department, the complaint is referred to the provost. As necessary, the Academic Affairs Committee will also become involved to resolve student complaints in a timely and satisfactory manner. A student can file a grievance with Global University by choosing any one of the following three contacts: 1. A student may contact a Global University faculty member or national office staff member by , phone, fax, post / mail, or in person. Often, problems are easily resolved at this level. 2. A student may contact the Student Services Department of Global University by , phone, fax, post / mail, or in person. Student Services personnel are trained to resolve student concerns. 3. A student may contact any administrator of Global University by , phone, fax, post / mail, or in person. In these cases, the matter typically will require a period of investigation in order to be resolved. Once a concern, complaint, or grievance is received, every effort will be made to resolve the issue personably and quickly. Should a student not be satisfied with the resolution, the student can appeal the decision to the International Office of Global University and directly to the Provost s Office. Should a student not be satisfied with the resolution, the student can contact the Provost s Office and request that the issue be addressed by the Global University Academic Affairs Committee. The decision of the Academic Affairs Committee will be deemed final. Notification of Rights under FERPA The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords students certain rights with respect to their educational records. These rights include: 1. The right to inspect and review education records within 45 days of the day Global University receives a request for access. Students should submit to the registrar a written request that identifies the record(s) they wish to inspect. The registrar will make arrangements for access and notify students of the time and place the records may be inspected. In place of inspecting the record(s), students may request that records be copied and mailed to them. In this case, students will pay postal costs and a copy fee of 15 cents (United States currency) per page. 12

13 2. The right to request the amendment of education records students believe are inaccurate or misleading. Students may ask the university to amend a record they believe is inaccurate or misleading. They should write to the registrar, clearly identify the part of the record they want changed, and specify why it is inaccurate or misleading. If the university decides not to amend the record as requested, the university will notify students of the decision and advise them of their right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment. Additional information regarding the hearing procedures will be provided to students when they are notified of the right to a hearing. 3. The right to request in writing that certain directory information only be disclosed with the student s written consent. Unless otherwise requested, directory information such as the student s name, mailing address, address, phone number, dates of attendance, enrollment status, graduation status, and other institutions attended may be released without written consent. Non-directory information such as student ID number, social security number, date of birth, and grades may only be released with the student s written consent except where FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. Exceptions include disclosure to federal, state, and local authorities as well as school officials with legitimate educational interest. A school official is a person employed by the university in an administrative, supervisory, academic, research, or support staff position; a person or company with whom the university has contracted (such as an attorney, auditor, or collection agent); a person serving on the Board of Trustees; or a student serving on an official committee, such as a disciplinary or grievance committee, or assisting another school official in performing his or her tasks. A school official has a legitimate educational interest if the official needs to review an educational record in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibility. The student has the right to file a complaint with the US Department of Education concerning alleged failures by Global University to comply with the requirements of FERPA. The name and address and phone number of the office that administers FERPA are listed below: Family Policy Compliance Office US Department of Education 400 Maryland Avenue, SW Washington, DC Phone: USA-LEARN ( ) INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY AND RESOURCES Internet Courses Most of the Berean School of the Bible courses are available online and in electronic formats (PDF, epub, and Kindle). Students may utilize the interactive course materials in addition to, or in place of, the print materials. Exams may be taken online, even if the student chooses to use the print version of the course. The online testing option provides immediate access to the student s grade as well as feedback on the concepts the student has not mastered. Other levels of study are also available. Students who have questions about what it means to be a Christian can access courses through our Globalreach.org site. For those seeking college credit, several undergraduate courses are available online as well. For further information about internet options, visit us online at Digital Courses Global University has partnered with Logos Bible Software to provide revolutionary digital study tools. This partnership allows students to study Berean School of the Bible courses inside a powerful digital library system. The digital study system not only greatly enhances the initial learning experience but also provides lifelong learning and ministryenablement tools. For more information about digital study and the Logos Bible Software, visit Library Resources The Global University Library, located within GU s International Headquarters in Springfield, Missouri, is a collection of both print and electronic resources that support the curriculum of the programs offered by the university. The library, which may be utilized for general research, is comprised of more than 25,000 volumes, including books, reference materials, periodicals, maps, microfiche, audio and video materials, and vertical files. The Global University Library provides valuable online resources such as CREDO Reference, Encyclopedia Britannica Online Academic Edition, Academic Search Elite, and American Theological Library Association (ATLA) databases. These resources provide GU s undergraduate and graduate students access to thousands of peer-reviewed journals, as well as general reference resources. You may access these resources via the Global University Library website at Online 13

14 chat and Ask-A-Librarian features enable you to direct your research questions to a Global University reference librarian. Through technology, Global University is continually expanding its online information services to support and enhance the distance-learning experience for its students. FINANCIAL INFORMATION Global University operates as a not-for-profit institution. Students are charged no more than what is necessary to provide the appropriate educational services of distance learning. Due to changing economic conditions, the university reserves the right to revise charges as deemed necessary. However, every effort is made to keep costs as low as possible. Fees and Tuition Students enrolling in Berean School of the Bible courses for the first time are required to pay a one-time application fee. Course tuition and materials prices are listed on the Berean School of the Bible order form. Adult continuing education course tuition includes all student services such as grading of examinations and service learning requirement reports, responses to student inquiries regarding course content, and maintenance of student transcripts. Other miscellaneous fees that may be incurred in addition to the one-time application fee and the course costs described above include the program completion fee, diploma replacement fee, exam retake fee, enrollment extension fee, and expediting fee. Cancellation and Refund Policy An enrollment may be canceled by an applicant student within five (5) business days for a full refund, excluding shipping and handling fees. From five (5) business days after the day on which the enrollment agreement is signed and until nine (9) months from the enrollment date or until the time that the final exam has been received, the school will retain a 20 percent registration fee. If a cancellation is requested after nine (9) months, no refunds will be given. The student may still withdraw from the course, as long as the course status is in progress. Refunds will be given only on materials that are in resalable condition. No refund will be made after five (5) business days for the New Student Application Fee. Please report any discrepancies with the order within thirty (30) days of the invoice date. Withdrawal Process Requests to withdraw from a program of study should be directed to the Registrar s office: Fax , Attn: Registrar Phone Mail Global University Attn: Registrar 1211 S. Glenstone Avenue Springfield, MO USA SERVICES, POLICIES, AND PROGRAMS Academic Counseling While Berean School of the Bible strives to provide as much assistance as possible in the planning of educational programs, students are responsible for the proper completion of all required coursework. Berean School of the Bible personnel may advise and assist students in establishing educational goals and in planning a proper sequence of classes. However, it is the interest and self-discipline of students that will determine success in meeting those goals. Student Status Students may have as much time as they need to complete Berean School of the Bible programs. However, if there is no activity (enrollment or completion) on a student s record for 18 months, the student is moved to inactive status. If the student chooses to resume studies at a later date, he or she may find that some program requirements have changed and additional coursework may be required. Time Limit for Completing a Course The time limit for completing a Global University Berean School of the Bible course is six (6) months from the date the order is processed by Global University. Students are expected to complete their studies within this prescribed length of time. However, where circumstances merit, an extension of up to six (6) months may be granted upon 14

15 request. A processing fee is required for the extension. Additional extensions are not permitted. Examinations Mastery of a course is determined by the successful completion of examinations. Successful completion means the student has earned at least 70 percent of the points available for the course. Chapter review tests (called Test Yourself at the end of each chapter) and unit progress evaluations (usually located in the back of the IST) should be completed before the student proceeds through the remainder of the course. These evaluations are self-graded and are meant to help the student assess his or her mastery of the course. The answer keys for each course s chapter tests and unit progress evaluations are usually located in the back of the IST. (In the previous curriculum, a mid-course evaluation was included within the course s study guide, and its answer key was printed at the back of the study guide. Some of these courses are still being studied and serviced.) A final examination is required for every course. The examinations are to be taken closed-book (without the use of books, Bibles, notes, or other materials). If a student fails an examination, he or she is allowed one retake and is charged a retake fee. An alternate exam will be administered for the retake. The score received on the retake examination, whether higher or lower than the original exam score, is the final score. If a student fails the retake exam, he or she must re-enroll in the course by paying the current tuition fee and then pass the final examination to receive credit for the course. All Berean School of the Bible ministerial examinations are offered via the Internet. The online examinations allow students to receive their final exam grade within seconds of completing it. Visit for information about online examinations. Berean School of the Bible Grading System Berean School of the Bible grades courses based on the following scale % A 4.0 Superior 80 89% B 3.0 Good 70 79% C 2.0 Satisfactory 0 69% F 0.0 Fail Recommended Reading A supplementary reading text is recommended for each of the Berean School of the Bible courses. Although these texts are not required, students are strongly encouraged to acquire and read these textbooks as part of completing each course. The recommended reading textbooks can be purchased through Global University. Service Learning Requirements Most Berean courses require a Service Learning Requirement (SLR) assignment. (The older courses do not have SLRs.) This is an opportunity for the student to practice in ministry the concepts being learned. The assignment report form must be submitted to Global University. A grade for the course will not be assigned until the student has satisfactorily completed this assignment. Transcripts An official transcript of all work completed through Berean School of the Bible is maintained and is available upon request and /0r authorization of the student. For the convenience of our students, a Transcript Request Form is available on Global University s website. Please include the following information when requesting a transcript: name and address at the time of enrollment, present name and address, any addresses used since enrollment, student number, Social Security number, the date of the last course completed, the name and address of the individual to whom the transcript is to be sent, and the student s signature. If you have ever studied through a study group, be sure to include the name of the church and the city and state where the study group was located. When requesting a transcript via , the address from which the request is sent must match the student s address on file at Global University. Transfer of Credit Credit for work done in other Bible colleges of recognized standing will be transferred where such work parallels courses required in a student s program at Berean School of the Bible. The student should request that the other academic institution send an official copy of his or her transcript directly to Berean School of the Bible. This transcript and other pertinent documents should be on hand at the time of the application. Transcripts must be in English or be accompanied by an official translation into English. No more than 50 percent of the courses required for a diploma or any credential level may be transferred into a student s program. Transfer credit is granted only for courses in which a grade of C or better (2.0 on a 4.0 scale) has been earned. Courses in which a grade of pass is received must be certified by the school as being equivalent to Berean School of the Bible s standard for a C or higher to be accepted in transfer. In all cases, Berean School of the Bible reserves the right to determine whether it will accept transfer credits from another academic institution. 15

16 Student Inquiries and Comments Students may submit questions at any time during their coursework. Each question is answered personally after research by a full-time faculty member of Berean School of the Bible. Students may comment or ask questions electronically. Access your course online at and utilize our Ask the Professor feature. You may also your questions to Students can choose to write questions or comments in a letter format. Programs Offered Berean School of the Bible offers adult continuing education programs leading to diplomas and certificates. Diplomas are offered in (1) Ministerial Studies, (2) Ministerial Studies with Leadership Honors, (3) Bible and Doctrine, (4) Royal Rangers Organizational Leaders, (5) Native Leadership Development, and (6) Church Ministries. Certificates are offered in (1) Ministerial Studies Level One, (2) Ministerial Studies Level Two, and (3) Ministerial Studies Level Three. Study Groups Global University provides the opportunity to bring the benefits of group study to students in the local church or district setting. Local churches have the option of registering as a Berean study group. District council offices may partner with Berean to offer a District School of Ministry. Combining the biblical content and practical training in the course materials with the experience and dedication of local leaders, the student receives the benefits of the classroom plus the systematic and practical instruction in the Berean courses. Students studying in the local church also have the opportunity to immediately apply the concepts they are learning as they minister in their churches and communities. A study group is not an extension site where students are taught by a professor provided by the home campus. It is a group of students who enroll in a course together and are guided through that course by a local facilitator. Students who desire to study in a group setting are encouraged to consult with local church leaders about starting a Berean study group in their church. Pastors interested in learning more about the church-based Berean study groups may call Global University or download a Berean School of the Bible Study Group Procedures Manual from Instructional Facilitator s Manuals Instructional facilitator s manuals (IFMs) are available for many of the Berean School of the Bible courses. These manuals include lesson plans, discussion questions, and teaching aids to assist students who study in groups. Call our Student Services Office for further information. 16

17 A LETTER FROM THE DEAN One of the greatest privileges available to Christ s followers is the opportunity to minister to others in His name. Whether as a credentialed minister or lay minister, representing God s love and truth through the life of the church is especially meaningful and fulfilling. With this great privilege comes great responsibility. Preparing to fulfill God s call by completing appropriate education and training is the first step in being responsible servants. Global University s Berean School of the Bible is here to help you prepare for the privilege of representing the Father in service. Whether God has called you to full- or part-time ministry, to a church or parachurch organization, as a credentialed or layworker, our curriculum equips you to step into the ministry roles before you. Distance learning s unique delivery methods allow you to access ministry training where you are, within your schedule, and for an easily affordable cost. Our education delivery options allow you to study through printed materials, digitally, or online, or even combine digital and print study tools. You access the training you need to fulfill God s call in the form best suited to your life. Our mission is to partner with you in service to God and His kingdom plans for this world. We are eager to help you achieve your ministry training goals. We can assist you as either an independent student or as a participant in a local Berean study group. The privilege of being God s minister to the church is yours. The privilege of helping you train for that responsibility is ours, and we are dedicated to doing our best! With you in service to Jesus, Steven D. Handy Dean Berean School of the Bible 17

18 DIPLOMA REQUIREMENTS Global University s Berean School of the Bible provides Bible and ministry education and training at an adult continuing education academic level. As such, Berean courses do not earn college credit. However, courses may transfer as credit into a Global University undergraduate degree program under strict guidelines. The student should contact Global University to determine if his or her completed Berean courses are eligible for transfer as college credit. At least 50 percent of a student s coursework must be completed through Berean School of the Bible in order to earn a BSB certificate or diploma. Diploma and Certificate Programs The diploma and certificate programs described below are intended to prepare students for various levels of ministry, including both credentialed and lay ministry roles in the church. The overarching goals for the diploma and certificate programs include demonstrated achievement at the adult continuing education level in the following areas. After successfully completing the Berean program, the student will be able to: Demonstrate basic proficiency in Bible study methodology, especially as this discipline contributes to sermon preparation. Demonstrate a practical knowledge of the organization and basic content of the Old and New Testaments. Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the theological principles and doctrines that serve as a foundation of Pentecostal Christian faith. Apply relevant fundamental biblical and theological principles in local ministry contexts. These principles include managing interpersonal conflicts, exemplary ethical conduct, and the servant-oriented use of spiritual authority. Demonstrate fundamental proficiency in a variety of pastoral leadership functions, including ecclesial responsibilities, preaching, administration, and chairing meetings. Continue the appreciation and practice of lifelong learning. The student who progresses through the levels of the program will show increased ability in these areas. The strategies used to assess the achievement of these goals include end-of-course examinations, service learning requirement ministry reports, credentialing examinations with the parent denominational organization, and graduate follow-up survey results. Ministerial Studies Program One of the primary purposes of Global University s Berean School of the Bible is to provide training for ministerial candidates who are unable to attend a residential Bible college. Ministerial training is also available through Global University s Undergraduate School of Bible and Theology for degree credit. The Berean School of the Bible Ministerial Studies Diploma is available in Spanish. For more information, request a copy of our Spanish catalog. Students must complete at least 50 percent of their courses in the same language in which their diploma or certificate will be issued. If you are preparing for ministerial credentials with the Assemblies of God, contact your district office. Your district may have specific requirements that differ from the requirements listed here. Ministerial credentials are issued by the General Council Credentials Committee upon recommendation of the appropriate district, not by Global University. Action by the General Presbytery of the Assemblies of God has periodically changed course requirements over the years for the Ministerial Studies Diploma. Any student who began a program level under earlier requirements may be allowed to complete that level before moving to the current program requirements. If you have any questions related to completing earlier program requirements, please contact Global University. If you live in the USA but are not affiliated with the Assemblies of God, you may elect to substitute THE 411 The Church: Pentecost to Reformation for THE 142 Assemblies of God History, Missions, and Governance. All other diploma program courses are required. If you live outside the USA, contact the national church in your country to determine what courses might be used to meet training requirements in your country. Completion of the Ministerial Studies Diploma as described here does not guarantee you will meet specific requirements in your country. Neither does meeting these requirements qualify you for ministerial credentials in the USA if you do not live in the USA. Ministerial Studies Diploma Upon completion of the Ministerial Studies Diploma (including all three levels of study), the student will have met the minimum academic requirements to apply for the ordination process with The General Council of the Assemblies of God USA. Ministerial credentials are issued by the General Council upon the recommendation of the appropriate district. Successful completion of the Ministerial Studies Program (or any individual level) should prepare 18

19 the student for credentialing interviews and tests. The student will have mastered basic Bible content (Old and New Testaments), theological principles, and practical ministry skills for service in a church leadership position. Ministerial credentials are not issued by Global University. Global University recommends that ministerial students contact their Assemblies of God district office to inquire about the credentialling requirements and process. Level One (Certified Minister) Upon completion of the Level One Ministerial Certificate, a student should have met the academic requirements to apply for certified minister status in The General Council of the Assemblies of God USA. This includes a working knowledge of Bible study methods, New Testament content, and Pentecostal doctrine. He or she should also possess the basic skills needed to begin serving in a ministerial role in the local church. BIB 114 THE 114 BIB 115 BIB 117 BIB 121 MIN 123 THE 142 MIN 181 MIN 191 Christ in the Synoptic Gospels Introduction to Pentecostal Doctrine Acts: The Holy Spirit at Work in Believers Prison Epistles: Colossians, Philemon, Ephesians, and Philippians Introduction to Hermeneutics: How to Interpret the Bible The Local Church in Evangelism Assemblies of God History, Missions, and Governance Relationships and Ethics in Ministry Beginning Ministerial Internship Level Two (Licensed Minister) Upon completion of the Level Two Ministerial Certificate, a student should have met the academic requirements to apply for licensed minister status in the The General Council of the Assemblies of God USA. This includes a mastery of specified Bible content, systematic theology, and ministry skills. THE 211 BIB 212 BIB 214 BIB 215 MIN 223 THE 245 MIN 251 MIN 261 MIN 281 MIN 291 Introduction to Theology: A Pentecostal Perspective New Testament Survey Old Testament Survey Romans: Justification by Faith Introduction to Homiletics Eschatology: A Study of Things to Come Effective Leadership Introduction to Assemblies of God Missions Conflict Management for Church Leaders Intermediate Ministerial Internship Level Two (Licensed Minister) Transitional Program Students who completed their Level One (Certified) studies under the previous eleven-course plan will be required to take the following transition program as Level Two. THE 114 BIB 115 BIB 117 MIN 181 BIB 215 THE 245 MIN 251 MIN 261 MIN 281 MIN 291 Introduction to Pentecostal Doctrine Acts: The Holy Spirit at Work in Believers Prison Epistles: Colossians, Philemon, Ephesians, and Philippians Relationships and Ethics in Ministry Romans: Justification by Faith Eschatology: A Study of Things to Come Effective Leadership Introduction to Assemblies of God Missions Conflict Management for Church Leaders Intermediate Ministerial Internship Level Three (Ordained Minister) Upon completion of the Level Three Ministerial Certificate, a student should have met the academic requirements to apply for ordained minister status in The General Council of the Assemblies of God USA. This includes mastery of several of the more difficult books of the Bible, advanced theological concepts, and administrative skills required for ministerial roles. THE 311 BIB 313 BIB 318 BIB 322 MIN 325 MIN 327 MIN 381 MIN 391 Prayer and Worship Corinthian Correspondence Pentateuch Poetic Books Preaching in the Contemporary World Church Administration, Finance, and Law Pastoral Ministry Advanced Ministerial Internship Berean School of the Bible offers these courses via the Internet and in several electronic versions, such as PDF, epub, and Kindle. Students who are enrolled in the print versions automatically have access to the online version as well. The courses are also available in a computer-based interactive format that is integrated with Logos Bible Software. Visit or call our toll-free number, , for more details. 19

20 Ministerial Studies with Leadership Honors Diploma Students who are seeking a more challenging ministry and leadership training experience and who are willing to invest increased time and effort should consider the Ministerial Studies with Leadership Honors Diploma. This program offers the opportunity for enhanced spiritual growth both as an individual and as an effective leader in the church. This program emphasizes the valuable influence of experienced ministry mentoring, personal discipleship and development, evangelism, and the fruitfulness of discipling others. Students who enroll in this diploma program must accept the responsibility to find a qualified mentor, invest time in a mentor relationship, and complete additional requirements related to personal development and ministry. In addition to completing the course requirements listed under the Ministerial Studies Diploma above, students must complete the following requirements: 20 Fifteen hours of mentor meetings (including via electronic means) while completing each program level (Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3). Students who complete the entire Leadership Honors Program will have completed a minimum of forty-five mentoring hours. A capstone project for each of the three program levels. Additional information is available in the course description section. Service learning requirements (SLRs) will be completed under the supervision of a mentor. Students who complete this diploma program will have received fee waivers equivalent to the cost of two courses. Students who successfully complete all Leadership Honors requirements for Level One will be credited with Intermediate Ministerial Internship. Students who successfully complete all Leadership Honors requirements for Level Two will be credited with Advanced Ministerial Internship. Level One (Certified Minister) CAP 0110 BIB 114 THE 114 BIB 115 BIB 117 BIB 121 MIN 123 THE 142 MIN 181 MIN 191 Level 1 Capstone Project Christ in the Synoptic Gospels Introduction to Pentecostal Doctrine Acts: The Holy Spirit at Work in Believers Prison Epistles: Colossians, Philemon, Ephesians, and Philippians Introduction to Hermeneutics: How to Interpret the Bible The Local Church in Evangelism Assemblies of God History, Missions, and Governance Relationships and Ethics in Ministry Beginning Ministerial Internship Level Two (Licensed Minister) CAP 0120 THE 211 BIB 212 BIB 214 BIB 215 MIN 223 THE 245 MIN 251 MIN 261 MIN 281 Level 2 Capstone Project Introduction to Theology: A Pentecostal Perspective New Testament Survey Old Testament Survey Romans: Justification by Faith Introduction to Homiletics Eschatology: A Study of Things to Come Effective Leadership Introduction to Assemblies of God Missions Conflict Management for Church Leaders Level Three (Ordained Minister) CAP 0130 THE 311 BIB 313 BIB 318 BIB 322 MIN 325 MIN 327 MIN 381 Level 3 Capstone Project Prayer and Worship Corinthian Correspondence Pentateuch Poetic Books Preaching in the Contemporary World Church Administration, Finance, and Law Pastoral Ministry Bible and Doctrine Diploma Upon completion of the Bible and Doctrine Diploma, students should have a basic knowledge of Bible and theology that will help them in lay ministry roles such as Sunday school instruction, in sharing the gospel with friends and neighbors, and in their personal devotional life. This diploma is designed to prepare students for Christian living, and it cannot be earned in conjunction with other Berean School of the Bible diploma programs. Ideal for the layperson who desires a deeper knowledge of God s Word, the Bible and Doctrine Diploma is awarded upon satisfactory completion of the following courses. The seventeen (17) courses required for this diploma are listed below in two sequences. The courses are listed in the recommended order of study. Sequence 1 BIB 214 BIB 212 BIB 121 BIB 114 BIB 115 THE 114 BIB 318 THE 311 Old Testament Survey New Testament Survey Introduction to Hermeneutics: How to Interpret the Bible Christ in the Synoptic Gospels Acts: The Holy Spirit at Work in Believers Introduction to Pentecostal Doctrine Pentateuch Prayer and Worship

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