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We offer basic Hebrew and Greek sept 2013
The CFI accreditation standards, particularly Standards 11 (Educational Offerings) and 14 (Assessment of Student Learning), require evidence of:
academic study of sufficient content, breadth, and length;
levels of rigor appropriate to the programs or degrees offered;
statements of expected student learning outcomes that are consonant with the standards of higher education and of the relevant disciplines;
direct evidence of student learning; and
assessment results that provide sufficient, convincing evidence that students are achieving key institutional and program learning outcomes.
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- Senior lecturer
Member since 2015 fully professional Doctorate in Christian Education
- Senior lecturer
Member since 2017 Doctorate in Divinity
- Junior lecturer
Member since 2021 fully professional Doctorate in Theology
The Value Of CFI
Accreditation in the United States is a means to assure and improve higher education quality, assisting institutions and programs using a set of standards The Value of Accreditation A developed by peers. An institution or program that has successfully completed an accreditation review has in place the needed instructional, student support and other services to assist students to achieve their educational goals. Accreditation has helped to provide the conditions necessary for the United States to develop diverse, flexible, robust and often admired higher education
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WHAT CLIENTS SAY
Great Institute and great teachers,I completed the PH.D program. It was very challenging and well explained.
Benefits of CFI
“Accredited status” means that students and the public can expect that a school or program lives up to its promises. It means that a student can have confidence that a degree or credential has value. Accreditation signals that the public can have confidence in the worth of an institution or program. For students, accreditation provides value related to not only judging quality, but also obtaining employment, receiving student aid and transferring credits. Accreditation:
Encourages confidence that the educational activities of an accredited institution or program have been found to be satisfactory.
Assists with student mobility: Accredited status indicates to institutions judging requests for transfer or applications for graduate school that the sending institution or program has met threshold expectations of quality.
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What Does the Fact That the Institution or Program is Accredited Mean to Students?
It means that students can have confidence in an institution or program because those who went before had access to a quality education. Through accreditation, peer experts have reviewed the quality of the education provided, the processes by which students are educated and the processes that the institution or program uses to maintain an acceptable level of quality over time
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WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT
Love not the world nor the things of the world ,for he who love the world the love of God is not in him.1JOHN 2:15
SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE
There as secular education and there is religious education.
Secular schools seek secular education, and sacred schools receive sacred accreditation—each by their own peers
Religious institutions need no secular accreditation because they offer no secular degrees.
Secular accreditation associations in turn are recognized by governmental agencies. They trace their authority back to the capitol of a country, like Washington, D.C.
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