1. What is Life Experience Credit?
A. Academic credit is given for what you know, without regard to
how, when or where the learning was acquired. Click
Here for more detail.
2. How do I get started?
are available here. We strongly recommend that all first
time students make an appointment with the Registrar or Dean of Students to
review the forms, course descriptions, textbooks, and anything
else that you will want to know before making this life-changing
commitment to study the Word of God.
3. Will my Semester Hour Credits from BLCS be transferable
to any other college/seminary/university?
A. Students have been successful in having their credits
transferred to other institutions with similar academic
programs. If your goal is to pursue graduate studies (Masters,
Doctorate, etc.) this is an area that should be discussed with the Dean of
Students as a part of the enrollment process. We want you
to be very comfortable that your time with MITT is time
4. What if I don't want to pursue a degree.
What can MITT do for me?
A. Enroll as an Audit Student. You will receive the same rich
instruction and class room experience as any other student. More
than one of our Audit students has decided early on that they
felt more committed to the program when they enrolled as a
credited student. There's something about "reaching"
for the prize of the high calling that stretches the student and
adds much, much value to their Christian Walk.