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      MITT is committed to serving local churches here and abroad by offering the highest quality of biblical and technical training.

MITT is a member of the Biblical Life College & Seminary International Educational Network and is in full academic fellowship with Biblical Life College and Seminary (BLCS). Biblical Life College & Seminary programs are accredited by Accrediting Commission International and American Accrediting Association of Theological Institutions.

All Continuing Educational Credits (CEU’s) that are issued by our campus are transferred into BLCS and converted to semester credit hours. All diplomas and degrees are issued directly by BLCS.

If your sole purpose for seeking an education is for the Gospel Ministry or a related field with Christian ministry, secular accreditation is not necessary or required. All Christian churches accept quality Christian education regardless of which accrediting group (if any) a school is with.
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Admission Policies


A High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (GED) is required for admission. The student may earn the following: 

   Diploma in Biblical Studies - successful completion of thirty (30) semester credit hours of study with a “B” or better average.

   Associate of Biblical Studies - Diploma in Biblical Studies + thirty
(30) semester credit hours of study with a “B” or better average.
Total - sixty (60) semester credits. 

   Graduate of Biblical Studies - Associate of Biblical Studies +
thirty (30) semester credit hours of study with a “B” or better average.
Total - ninety (90) semester credits.

   Bachelor of Biblical Studies - Graduate of Biblical Studies + thirty
(30) semester credit hours of study with a “B” or better average.
Total - (120) semester credits.

Equivalent graduate credits from other institutions are evaluated by BLCS when qualifying student for a degree. 

   Auditing Courses
Courses that are audited are not awarded any semester credit hour