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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!    

 

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LICENSING AND CERTIFICATION

  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.

There are many career fields for which, neither certification or licensure is required if you are able to demonstrate appropriate knowledge and competency.  Many careers within church and Para church ministries fall into this category.

Vocations outside church and Para church ministries that usually do not require either certification or licensing number in the thousands.  A sampling follows: CEO (Chief Executive Officer) of a business, politician, businessman or businesswoman, manager, administrator, reformer, artist, poet, musician, novelist, printer, inventor, entrepreneur, worker in construction, marketer, salesperson, advertising specialist, motivational speaker, personnel manager, Christian counselor, secretary, administrative assistant, public relations manager, welfare worker, researcher, technician, investigative reporter, property manager, fitness center manager, nutritional counselor, computer programmer, computer technician, designer, editor, dispatcher, entertainer, information clerk, photographer, receptionist, recreation worker, reporter, retail sales worker.  A more complete listing of over 12,000 vocations can be found in the Dictionary of Holland Occupational Codes. There are other careers that do usually require either certification or licensure.  Such certification or license usually requires that you have earned a Bachelorís, Masterís or Doctoral degree in a certain content area, with certain specific courses in your degree field.  They may also require that your degree be from a college or university with a particular accreditation (there are various levels of accreditation).

Before beginning your program of study, we encourage you to take the time necessary to pray and clearly identify the ministry of Christian Avocation that you believe God has in mind for you.  Ask yourself, ďIs this Godís will for my life?Ē If you have peace that you are acting within the will of God, then interview three or four people who are doing the kind of work you want to do eventually.  You should interview people in the state in which you want to work, since certification or licensing requirements vary from state to state and from country to country. Make sure to enroll in a program, and include the proper courses in your studies, that will enable you to do the work you feel called to when you have completed your studies.