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Degree Programs

All of MITT's degrees are certified through Biblical Life College and Seminary. Below you will find the degrees we offer, the prerequisites as well as how many credits you need to complete graduate. 

Diploma in Biblical Studies

Program Prerequisites: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (GED)

Graduation Requirements: Complete 30 semester credit hours with a "B" average or higher

Total Credits: 30

Associates of Biblical Studies

Program Prerequisites: Diploma in Biblical Studies

Graduation Requirements: Complete 30 semester credit hours with a "B" average or higher

Total Credits: 60

Advanced Diploma in Biblical Studies

Program Prerequisites: Associate of Biblical Studies or equivalent 

Graduation Requirements: Complete 30 semester credit hours with a "B" average or higher

Total Credits: 90

Bachelor of Biblical Studies

Program Prerequisites: Advanced Diploma in Biblical Studies

Graduation Requirements: Complete 30 semester credit hours with a "B" average or higher

Total Credits: 120 

Master of Theological Studies

Program Prerequisites: Bachelor of Biblical Studies or equivalent 

Graduation Requirements: Complete 25 semester credit hours with a "B" average or higher plus the 800 Thesis (SCHS) for a total of 30 semester credit hours

Total Credits: 150 

Doctor of Theological Studies

Program Prerequisites: Master of Theological Studies or equivalent 

Phase 1: 
This student is to submit a subject that he has chosen to complete his research on this doctoral project.  Once the subject is approved, he is to research a minimum of 20 books dealing with some aspect of the subject. He is then to write a report on each of the books to submit to his Doctoral Project Advisor.

Phase 2: 

The student is to submit a proposal for his research dissertation, to include its purpose and complete outline. Once approved, the student may proceed with his dissertation.

The student may choose to send a draft of his dissertation before submitting the final copy for evaluation.  The draft will be reviewed by his Doctoral Project Advisor and any changes or suggestions will be forwarded to him so finalization of the work can be completed.

The completed dissertation of 50,000 words or more in length is to be submitted to the Seminary for consideration.  A Doctoral Dissertation Review Committee will be assigned to the student for this program.  He is to submit a copy for each member.  Once the dissertation has been accepted, the student is to have it hard bound for the Seminary library.

Phase 3:

If BLCS requires a defense for his dissertation, the student may choose to either make arrangements to sit for a verbal defense of his work before the Doctoral Dissertation Review Committee in person or by videoconferencing technology.

Once all research has been completed, with the dissertation and defense (if required) accepted by the committee, the Doctor of Theological Studies degree will be conferred by the Seminary.