At AWKNG School of Theology, we know it is essential to get credit for your learning, which is why we have established partnerships with Redemption Seminary, Eternity Bible College, and Kairos University.
When you complete the four core courses (Unseen Realm 101 and 102 and Contemporary Post-Modern Apologetics 201 and 202) and earn your Certificate of Biblical studies, you can transfer credit hours toward different degree programs with our partners.
Our core courses are more affordable than traditional seminary or graduate-level classes and allow you to engage in theological topics that fully explore the hard-to-understand passages in God’s Word, the supernatural and ancient context of the Scriptures, and understanding the Bible as one holistic story with central themes woven throughout.
Redemption Seminary is a non-accredited institution of higher education. Through Redemption Seminary, you can transfer up to 6 credit hours towards a 36-hour Master of Arts in Biblical Studies (MABS). When you complete the MABS, Redemption Seminary gives you the option to earn a second master’s degree that is expedited and accredited through Sioux Falls Seminary.
For questions about our partnership with Redemption Seminary, visit their website.
eternity bible college
Eternity Bible College is an Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE) accredited college. Through Eternity, you can transfer:
- 11 elective credit hours towards a Bachelor of Biblical Studies; or
- 12 credit hours towards a 27-credit hour Certificate in Biblical and Theological Exegesis.
You can start your journey with Eternity concurrently while you study at ASOT, after you finish, or whenever you like! For questions about our partnership with Eternity, visit their website or request information here.
Kairos University’s accreditation comes as an approved branch campus of America Evangelical University (AEU).
For students who have finished the four core courses from AWKNG School of Theology and received the Certificate of Biblical Studies, Kairos University will grant either:
- 12 elective credits toward an undergraduate Bachelor of Arts in Ministry Leadership (BAML) OR
- 6 credits toward either graduate degree offered (the MAML or the MDiv).
Please note: all students taking either of the two graduate programs have to satisfy the Bible and Theology core courses required for their program.