About Accreditation


Covenant Theological Seminary is incorporated by the State of North Carolina and registered with the Commission for Independent Education of the North Carolina Department of Education as a religious institution and is therefore exempt from licensure by state statute.

Our accreditation is with the World Wide Accrediting Commission (WWAC) of Richmond, Virginia. The WWAC is an accrediting commission which holds as its primary objective the encouragement and maintenance of sound scholarship and the highest academic achievement in the areas of private education.

Quality education is the goal at all times. Its purpose is the establishment of quality education in private schools, colleges, and theological seminaries. It is a non-governmental body and makes no claim to be connected with the government.

The purpose of accreditation is to:
1. Certify that an institution has met established standards of excellence,

2. Assist prospective students in identifying reputable institutions which offer degree programs that will meet their needs and goals.

3. Allow institutions to evaluate the acceptability of transfer credits into their own curricular programs.

Applicants for admission to CTS are considered without regard to sex, age, color, or national origin. Each prospective student will be assessed according to his or her academic background.

 

 

Comments & News

Thanks so much for all your labors of love that you give to the Lord and to us "students". I've thoroughly enjoyed the courses that I've done so far. I'm glad we met at the ISOM conference.
- Judy Bauer
Kingdom Advancement Ministries