The St. MAE Satellite Proposal
St. Michael Academy of Eschatology (St. MAE) Satellite Proposal-Goal and Mission: “Purpose of St. Michael Academy of Eschatology, (St. MAE), is to prepare Converts, Messianic Christians, Protestants, Catholics, or Orthodox students for missionary/ministerial services and their religious disciplines in advanced ecclesiastical needs; so they may return and serve their own origins, denominations, or ethnic people.” “Our Lord God’s purpose is to prepare the Body of Christ, the Bride, by edification to have sufficient holy oil, their hearts without spot or blemish, and the mystery of all the holy sacraments, with the protection of all the holy angels.” The degree programs of St. Michael Academy are designed solely for religious vocations as ministers, professionals, or laypersons in the categories of ministry, counseling, theology, and education. Each degree title includes a religious modifier that immediately proceeds, or is included within, any of the degrees. Therefore, we offer in the Fast Track Program On-line: Associate of Christianity, Bachelor of Theology, Master of Christian Bible, and Doctor of Theology/ Divinity. We also offer other degrees spelled out in the catalog such as the Doctor of Christian Pastoral Counseling Degree.
St. MAE has authorization to operate status by the State of Florida, Commission for Independent Education. St. MAE Internet website will indicate ecclesiastical bachelor, master, and doctor degrees with application by network enrollment forms located on our website. An optional completed adjunct professorship ordinariate program is available to Master and Doctor Degree graduates or Degrees of Master/Doctor graduates from other Bible Colleges. Adjunct professors and approved graduate students as representatives may enroll others and supervise St. MAE degree programs by using St. MAE’s Internet website of our programs, retaining 40% of collectible tuitions sales to applicants under his or her enrollments of other students. An adjunct professor will supervise the Internet website for student testing and submit final grade reports and student essays through the website and by e-mail so that all records are maintained in St. MAE’s Administrative Offices.
ST. MICHAEL ACADEMY OF ESCHATOLOGY (ST. MAE)
ADVANCED PAY SCHEDULE: ADJUNCT PROFESSOR/ORDINARIATE/STUDENT GRADUATES: All students are responsible to pay for their coursework including full price of the religious degree when completing an approved thesis even when life experience is included. At the time a student receives a degree and becomes an adjunct professor/Ordinariate and opens a satellite program operating with collaboration of St. Michael Academy of Eschatology they automatically agree to us retaining 10% of each enrolled student’s tuition to pay off the tuition owed until it is paid back in full. So, as an example this means that after 10 students enrolled in a satellite of St. MAE’s agreeing to us retaining $100.00 from each student would pay off total tuition owed to St. MAE’s main office LOCATED IN WEST PALM BEACH, FL. for the degree. (This is above and beyond the additional 50% tuition we retain per 10 students enrolled in the satellite). For each enrolled students into the St. MAE degree program by satellite using the www.stmichaelacademy.org website adjunct professors/ordinatiates, can receive 50% of the tuition per student 10 students and up. For students 1-9 enrolled in the St. Michael Academy of Eschatology satellite the adjunct professor/Ordinariate receives 40% of the tuition and 60% of the tuition is retained by St. MAE at the main office. All tuition comes through the pay pal account that is set up on WWW.STMICHAELACADEMY.ORG.
A. St. MAE’s Administrative Offices will issue all ecclesiastical degrees after completion of Internet website programming, upon verification of a student’s completion and testing. All this will be done through computer records and by the transfer of all student data results to the Administrative Office Student Records Department through the Dean of the College under guidelines of (Commission for Independent Education).
B. All passwords must be kept confidential and may NOT be withheld or changed by an adjunct professor. Failure to adhere to this could mean dismissal of position and the website will no longer be made accessible to the adjunct professor/Ordinariate. Changes of passwords can be made by the main office without notice at any time to any satellite program or approved adjunct professor. (This is for security purposes).
C. This innovative teaching program via the Internet will reference and provide the current St. MAE catalogue (Year 2012) availability and forward to students for reference and guide only, for those students interested in continuing education, as per Florida State Law.
D. TEACHING METHODOLOGY: Student courses will consist of modules that utilize tools such as DVDs that are visually presented on the Internet website. Quizzes and exams are completed on computer by the student for the adjunct professor to print out and send to main office. Student essays are taken on the website for the adjunct professor to review, grade and forward to main office. Final grades are submitted by the adjunct professor via the online student report form to the St. MAE for each course they teach. E. A percentage of tuition will be refunded to St. MAE’s adjunct professors if they teach St. MAE’s curriculum to their satellite classes on completion of classes taught by them. This is negotiated by contract.
BIBLE COLLEGE CONTENT OF DEGREE PROGRAMS; All MODULES will be derived from St. MAE inventories, as follows:
1. Recorded radio programs
2. Recorded Parables and all Bible references
3. Appropriate videos and DVDs, CD recordings
4. Recorded sermons
5. DVDs from seminars – including other denominational speakers
6. CD books/videos
7. Teaching videos
8. Other free web sources
9. Pertinent data from drawer files of St. Michael Academy
10. Pre-Developed approved online modules
ST. MAE SATELLITE INSTALLATION PROGRAM TO ADJUNCT PROFESSORS
a. Upon completion of an ecclesiastical degree at St. MAE, qualified and approved adjunct professors as ordinariates may return of their own denomination, choosing to edify and teach, and may enroll members of their own denominations in their churches by establishing a St. MAE Satellite Program under the guidelines highlighted above.
b. They may retain their denominational identification and administrative prerogatives outside of our diocese as an Ordinariate while teaching our established and approved coursework under direction of Board of Directors and under the Commission for Independent Education, State of Florida.
c. Any adjunct professor who wishes to conduct a satellite program of St. MAE will be designated by the CEO as a St. MAE adjunct professor/Ordinariate and use St. MAE educational programs on its website programming, copyrighted, and all utility teaching modules and after a minimum of ten student enrollments, reduces the college collected fees by St. MAE from 60% to 50%.
d. All interested independent students in the St. MAE programming, by direct application through www.stmichaelacademy.org sit, may apply and be enrolled by-passing any satellite adjunct professor supervision if they choose for any personal reasons.
e. Free courses have been placed on internet for any person seeking to learn about the 5-Fold Ministry categories: Pastor, Teacher, Evangelist, Prophet, and Apostle. Prayer must be part of each student choosing which category to study by the Holy Spirit. We only provide some basic courses and do not place anyone into a category.
CONTINUING EDUCATION OF ST. MAE PROGRAMMING AND FEE SCHEDULES
Inasmuch as all ecclesiastical degree programs will be revised to accommodate the new innovative Internet website programming by MODULE TEACHING and Internet computer testing is the foundation of St. MAE’s teaching methodology, the printed catalogue in existence (2012) may by choice of a graduate student be the foundation of a three (3) year continuing education program. (This meets a legal testing of the Commission for Independent Education requirements.) Past St. MAE catalogues have all been consecutively approved by State Board of Independent Colleges and Universities directors. A graduate student seeking to retain Adjunct Professor status may pick a minimum of three (3) courses per year from any degree program. A job obtained from any of our religious degrees is depended upon the employer acceptance and we do not guarantee any job positions or that completion of a doctor thesis means automatically a student becomes an adjunct professor. All students, with no exceptions, are responsible to pay for their coursework including full price of the religious degree when completing an approved thesis even when life experience is included. At the time a student receives a degree and becomes an adjunct professor/Ordinariate and opens a satellite program operating with the collaboration of St. Michael Academy of Eschatology they may use 10% of each enrolled student’s tuition to pay off the tuition owed until it is paid back in full. ( The tuition currently owed for any degree is $330.00-$1,000.00). So, this means that after 10 enrolled students enrolled in a satellite of St. MAE’s retaining from monies collected from each student would pay off total tuition owed to St. Michael Academy of Eschatology’s main office for the degree. (This is above and beyond the additional 50% tuition we retained per 10 students enrolled in the satellite). For students 1-9 enrolled in the satellite the adjunct professor receives 40% of the tuition and 60% of the tuition is retained by St. Michael Academy of Eschatology at the main office.
FEE COLLECTIONS AND DISTRIBUTION AGREEMENTS
A. Use of St. MAE educational programs on its website programming (copyrighted) and all approved utility teaching modules after a minimum of ten (10) student enrollments, the college collected fees retained by St. MAE is 50% percent and increases the fees paid to Adjunct Professors and affiliates to 50 percent. 1-9 students enrolled into St. MAE satellite programs, St. MAE receives 60% of each individual student tuition and the Adjunct Professor receives 40% of each tuition.
B. All interested independent students in the St. MAE programming, by enrollment with St. MAE, are not required to take courses in any physical satellite locations being made available. They may apply and be enrolled bi-passing any on-location satellite classroom facilities for any personal reasons and complete their coursework from home or from any other web station.
A. Ordinatiate: An Ordinariate is an approved Christian member of other denominations, who wishes to utilize the St. MAE Bible Programs for his or hers own advanced learning of biblical and Holy Spirit true doctrines. One does not necessarily have to enroll and be a member of any Christian orthodox church. They may utilize and learn all content that is on line and approved Christian degree programs and be a adjunct professor following all guidelines of record in St. MAE publications and printed online.
B. Student Graduate: One who has completed any degree program, who wishes to present and be a representative in sales to others.