Discussion in 'Accreditation Discussions (RA, DETC, state approva' started by deanhughson, Jan 18, 2005.
From one of its "members," the Tagoma Institute of Tie (sic0 Kwan Doh (sic):
A SAMPLE LESSON:
Step One: Place hands free option on cellphone and attach to your face.
Step 2: Find a random person.
Step 3: Battle them.
Step 4: We talk you through it.
Step 5: You tell us what you learned.
Ah, learner-centered instruction. I see they don't have any law schools in their membership. Too bad.
This has been on the forum a couple of times in the past and its interesting the site is still out there, however there are some who have not seen it.
With the exception of the first three or four, spell out the initials of each school. Enough said.
A bachelors degree in Karate? Bruce Lee would be proud.
Needless to say, an eminent dgree mill offers pretty much the same thing (see here).
Fantastic satire site, but not me (this time).
You can earn a bachelor's degree (with "honours") in martial arts without actually being any good at it!
Two guys arguing in a bar. The first one warns the second to back off, that he holds a black belt. The second one responds with, "Oh yeah? Well, I've got my bachelor's degree!
Notice that the English grammer displayed in this web site is far better than that found on the usual mill site or, for that matter, than that used by the average troll in this forum!
There is also this one.
You can start your own University there.
Personally, I've always appreciated the English Kelsey Grammer.
Grammar. Grammar. GRAMMAR. G-R-A-M-M-A-R. There. Now I'll probably never use the word again!
Separate names with a comma.