The TV host who graduated high school and attempted to complete one theology course at Yale (he was not enrolled) before giving up on higher education has long been a proponent of self-education. Beck kept to similar themes when introducing his eponymous university, announcing that there would be nine "college-level courses," including Faith 101, Hope 101 and Charity 101. There are surely people who could spend hours debating Beck's intellectual prowess, but one thing's for sure: he's made a career out of what he does and is well paid. That's why like with real college, Beck University isn't free. Only those who pay for an Insider Extreme subscription at his website can view the video courses.
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