correspondence course

correspondence course

It was built by a guy who took a correspondence course in engineering.

From NPR

When he was 16, he saw an ad for a correspondence course for learning how to service radios and televisions.

From NPR

The benefit also is available for business, technical or trade schools, correspondence courses and online classes.

From Plain Dealer

There are plans to run a correspondence course for secondary aged students and also teacher training activities by radio in the afternoons.

From the Cambridge English Corpus

I dropped out in 1980 intending to finish through correspondence courses.

From NPR

I rebuilt my camera for about the twentieth time and just about finished a correspondence course in nucleonics.

From Project Gutenberg

It takes an immense amount of courage, persistence, and perseverance to complete a correspondence course in engineering, as anyone who has tried it well knows.

From Project Gutenberg

Taking a correspondence course: a manual for students.

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He had earned a diploma by a correspondence course, and had scrabbled together a small practice among retired shopkeepers.

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She studied hard her manual of photography, and finally after considerable debate, took a correspondence course in the art.

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You can take electrical engineering in a correspondence course, even after you are married.

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So, month after month, year after year, he struggled away with his correspondence course in electrical engineering.

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I got up a correspondence course in courting for the purpose of straightening out the crooked course of true love.

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Well, by that, you mean you're still working full time but you are taking the correspondence course also?

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You may take a correspondence course on how to run an automobile but you can not really know how to run a machine until you have had the practical experience.

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