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Q.  Can I take one or two courses at a time?                                                                                                                                A.  Yes, five courses are considered a full semester. Students may take five courses per semester.
 
Q.  When do classes begin?
A.  Non-resident students may begin at any time.
Resident students must check with the office as
courses are offered on a continual basis.
 
Q.  How much time do I have to complete the courses?
A.  Four months is the standard time to complete a
semester of study. Under extenuating circumstances,
students may contact the office to request a two  month
extension. The majority of students finish easily
within the four months.
One benefit of the non-resident program is the flexibility
students have with time. Students are able to complete
courses as early as they like, but must contact
the office if they need an extension.
 
Q. What is a proctor?
A.  A Proctor receives the student’s reviews and exams
from the American Institute and supervises the
testing. The proctor cannot be a member of the students
immediate family, someone in your home, or a
current AIHLS student. Many choose a neighbor,
friend, pastor or co-worker.
 
Q.  Can I pay for just one course at a time?
A.  Yes, we have a “pay as you go” policy. Students
may take as little as one course or as many as five.
All courses must be paid when ordered and may be
paid by check, money order, or Visa or Master card.
Q.  Can I pay for just one course at a time?
A.  Yes, we have a “pay as you go” policy. Students
may take as little as one course or as many as five.
All courses must be paid when ordered and may be
paid by check, money order, or Visa or Master card.