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"Celebrating 25 Years Of Christian Service" 
 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 99% when *compared to traditional Degree programs.*See Application Page.

At Northwestern Theological Seminary, we believe 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 degree if you have pertinent experience relative to the subjects or electives, required in your degree program.

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

STOP... Be sure to take notes of each experience for which you feel you may qualify for lifetime learning credit.

 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.

 Non credited 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 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.             


           You can receive credit for the following subjects by demonstrating your knowledge of each subject for which you have already studied extensively.  Simply provide a very thorough description and documentation, outlining your knowledge in each subject, listed below, which applies to your personal study history. Our advisors will evaluate your outline for each subject, to determine if credit can be awarded, or if additional documentation is required. Be sure to send any documentation, if available, which can support your descriptive outlines.  If your outlines and documentation are not accepted as sufficient cause for award of credits, you may do a thorough research paper to prove your knowledge in any required subject.  



Theology I, II, III, IV

Christology I


Books on Moses I & II

Evangelism I & II

Apologetics I & II

Homiletics I & II

Writing & Journalism I & II

Counseling & Guidance I & II

Hymnology I & II

Praise & Worship I & II

History of Music I & II

Principles on Teaching I & II

Bible Study Methods I & II

Research Skills I & II

Jesus the Teacher I & II

I & II Corinthians

Gospels I & II

I, II, III John

Book of Genesis

Book of Exodus

Book of Psalms

Book of Proverbs

Music Theory

Ministry of Paul the Apostle

Old Testament Survey

Book of Matthew

Book of Luke

Book of Mark

Book of John

Book of Acts I & II

Book of Romans

Book of Galatians

Book of Ephesians

Book of Philippians

Book of James

Book of Hebrews

Daniel / Revelation

Old Testament Survey

New Testament Survey

Marriage & Family

Anger Management

Balancing the Christian Life


Life of Christ I & II

Marketing & Advertising 

Art Workshop

Art Forms

History of Art

Principles of Accounting

Computer Skills

New Testament Survey 

     * If you have been a  lifetime student of the Bible and you know the books of the Bible as well as many students know a text book after completion of a course,  You may qualify for course credit by providing a signed statement  confirming by name, which books that you have a  good knowledge of. If you can state that you have read each book multiple times and that you have a good knowledge of all 66 books of the Protestant Bible, then provide a signed and dated sworn statement as to that fact and you will qualify for credit relative to some courses in your degree fields.                        

Life Experience Evaluation Considerations:    

To help jog your imagination, the following list presents specific activities, which may be worth academic credits. Again, be sure to provide a thorough outline and documentation showing your extensive knowledge in each subject area.  

              Attending seminars

              Learning a software application

              Writing a book

              Negotiating a contract

              Working in a supervisor capacity

              Painting a picture

              Creating a marketing plan

              Owning your own business

              Organizing a fundraiser

              Organizing a union

              Foster parenting

              Researching law

              Working at an archeology dig

              Bible study

              Bible teaching


              Evangelistic outreach

              Writing short stories, poetry, articles

              Reading history at an advanced level

              Writing a speech

              Selling real estate

              Drug counseling

              Working in the missionary field

              Being a summer camp counselor

              Leading a platoon

              Training a new employee

              Learning and using a foreign language

              Starting a business

              Teaching Sunday School

              Leading a church group

              Leading a Scout troop

              Working as a hospital volunteer

              Participating in Community Theater

              Teaching handicapped children

              Singing in the choir

              Planning a musical event 


Record your notes concerning each valid experience that you feel should qualify for credit. Then list each experience, that you recall, on the Life Experience Summary page included as part of your APPLICATION.  When you prepare your signed and dated statements for mailing of your documentation, It will be beneficial if you add as much detail as possible to each item. Be sure to list all diplomas and college, university or seminary degrees and other awards or certifications including graduation and award dates for each. 

  Letters of recommendation and letters of witness from others who can state that they have witnessed your performance in different activities which would show skills and prove knowledge in specific areas, will be accepted for credit consideration. Example: letters from People who have witnessed you leading a seminar,  teaching, preaching, leading a meeting, flying an airplane, building a garage, repairing an appliance, book keeping, creating an advertisement, promoting a fundraising, supervising a youth group, managing  a sports team, starting a business. Anything that will show skill or experience in a specific area. 

These letters which verify prior experience can be typed or handwritten, signed and dated by you and then witnessed by someone who can verify that such statements are correct. Use your imagination and make a list of your talents, skills and past performances that prove such life experience. Letters, copies of awards, diplomas, resumes, news paper articles, poetry, writings, art, photographs or any physical documentation should be mentioned on the application and then, copies of same, along with your letters, should be postal mailed to Northwestern Theological Seminary.



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