American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A course of study in which instruction is offered at home, usually by mail.
- n. a course of study carried out at home rather than in a classroom
“These home study courses are supplemented by workshops, clinical trainings, experiential programs in Puerto Rico and India, and wildcrafting programs.”
“We had managed to get through the frivolities of Labor Day weekend, the circus atmosphere of family birthdays, and the observance of perhaps half a dozen Family Home Evenings (the weekly Mormon home study and prayer gathering; I'd gotten out of the rest because he was on shift for six others, and I was ... otherwise engaged).”
“The institute offers both home study and in-person practitioner training courses in Multidimensional Cellular Healing.”
“The EastWest School offers a home study herbalist training program that prepares students to become herbal consultants.”
“Graduate Jeweler Gemologist—12 months on campus or 6 months on campus plus home study”
“The academy offers a home study professional graphologist training program that consists of four courses: the Write Slant, Personal Worth, Personality Evaluation, and Vocational Evaluation.”
“The third level of classes requires all the above plus completion of a thirty-six lesson home study Herbal Studies course and intensives by two teachers other than Jeanne Rose.”
“The program consists of three home study courses—in Iridology, Naturopathy, and Herbal Medicine—and an intensive in-person Summer School program.”
“Westlawn offers a home study course in Yacht Design.”
“Although eleven levels of certification are available, the institute recommends that before practicing professionally, students receive their Hypnotherapist fourth level certification, which includes a Marketing and Case Supervision home study course.”
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