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Educating The World

You can receive your state authorized, theologically accredited Bachelor, Master, Doctorate degrees in far less time, for up to 98% less expense than through most traditional online seminaries, online bible colleges, online universities!    

 

GRADUATION

    Northwestern Theological Seminary offers the most time efficient and affordable way ever to receive your quality, theologically accredited, Bachelor, Master's and Doctorate Degrees. There is NO Tuition..Our students simply make a Love Offer which SAVES you up to 98% when *compared to traditional Degree programs.*See Application Page. 

After all requirements for the studentís program have been met, including final approval of the Northwestern Theological Seminary concerning all accredited online education related materials, subject papers, thesis or dissertation, the student will graduate and receive his or her degree.

   

Transcripts and Other Documentation

     The graduate student will have access to the  official transcripts of his / her academic records from Northwestern Theological Seminary. *Transcripts are available by written request and will be sent by postal mail. Potential employers may also request such transcripts. However, transcripts will only be mailed to potential employers if we receive written request for the release of same by the graduate student. Transcripts will be filed in the studentís permanent record at Northwestern Theological Seminary.. *There is a $75 per page cost to cover processing and mailing of each set of transcripts. 

   

RECEIVING COLLEGE CREDITS FOR LIFE EXPERIENCE

  Northwestern Theological Seminary believes that you have acquired substantial and important skills and education, relevant to your chosen degree path, during your life outside the environment of academic study.  We will evaluate these assets and assign appropriate credits towards your accredited online degree if you have pertinent experience relative to the subjects or electives, required in your degree program.

Because you may not recognize these assets, the following are some suggestions that may help to bring them to mind.

  Work experience - Many skills you may use at work are also taught in colleges and universities.  These skills may include typing or filing; use of computer programs for word processing or desktop publishing, accounting, inventory or production control; financial management, human resources management, negotiation, communication, retailing, real estate sales or appraisal and scores of others.

  Home management - Consider home maintenance, household planning and budgeting, marriage communications, parenting, time management, organization, counseling and psychology, education, meal planning and nutrition, gourmet cooking and many more.

 

Learning in formal settings - Remember company provided training courses, seminars, in-service training, workshops and clinics, conferences and conventions, lectures, courses presented by television or internet, non-credit correspondence courses, etc.

 

Discourse with experts Ė Education also includes extended contact and discourse with recognized experts, whether in mechanics, carpentry, medicine, history, bible, theology, religion, education, sports or any other field.  Significant experience working with or intensive meetings with experts in any field may be worth academic credit.

 

Independent reading, TV viewing, Video and Audio Tapes - There may be a field, or fields in which you have done substantial reading or study outside of an academic environment.  For example, you may have a passion for reading history or biography.  Record such reading and remember that you can receive credits for having viewed important, educational, series on public television. Video tapes and audio tapes are another source of learning experience.

 

Travel - Credits can be applied for study tours, significant business or vacation trips, extended stays in other countries or cultures, or participation in activities related to other countries, cultures or subcultures.

 

Volunteer work - Record your participation in community activities, political campaigns, church activities, service organizations, volunteer work in social service agencies or hospitals and other volunteer work.

 

Recreation and hobbies - Musical skills and experience, flight training, work in the community, theater, sports, arts and crafts, fiction or nonfiction writing, public speaking, gardening, cultural activities or other significant leisure-time activities are also valuable sources of credit experience.

Guide to Life Experience Credit - Please PRINT our Guide To Life Experience Credit, also found in the CATALOG section of this website under the Table of Contents. This GUIDE will be a great help to you as you organize prior life experience information for your assessment.

 

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