WINTER 2017 CLASSES BEGINS JANUARY 30, 2017
Welcome to TEB SEMINARY. If this is your first visit, or if you are now seriously contemplating earning a degree (undergraduate or graduate), thank you for considering us and visiting our web site.
The process of college enrollment can seem like a daunting task, but we strive to make that process as easy as possible. This web site is constructed to provide the clearest understanding of our organization, policies, requirements, courses, and degree programs. Many of your questions can be answered within this site.
TEBS is on a trimester schedule (quarters), but with semester credit hours. Because of the length of time the student is in class, it is equivalent to semester credit hours. This helps students to earn degrees a little faster. Most schools are on two sixteen-week semesters, wherein TEBS has three Eight-week trimesters (permitting students to complete more credit hours each year and complete programs faster). TEBS also offers an accelerated Summer session offering the same credit hours. TEBS trimesters are in the Fall, Winter, and Spring. The Fall term begins at the end of September; the Winter term commences at the beginning of December; and the Spring term starts in March. The Summer term always begins in June.
Are you interested in starting your studies at TEBS right away? If so, there is no need to wait. All TEBS programs can be completed through TEBS Distance Learning Program. The Distance Learning Program is not tied to the semester system for on-campus students; therefore, you may begin your studies as soon as the admission and registration processes are completed. Other advantages of the Distance Learning Program are the courses can be completed faster due to your own schedule and pace, and you can take advantage of the “Life Experience” credit program . So if you hope to attend TEBS, but think you have to wait for a new semester to start, don’t be mislead. The Distance Learning Program is independent of the TEBS on-campus semester system. Contact the Admissions Department for more information and assistance on the Distance Learning Program.
You may download the admission forms (in PDF format) to begin your application process. Please note all forms must be completed as part of the admissions process. Follow all instructions carefully. Click Here
However, if at any time you require personalized assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us (713) 777-8464. Our students, and potential students, are important to us, and every member of our organization is available when assistance is needed.