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Admission Requirements

Undergraduate Program


Associate's Degree Applicants applying for an Associate's degree must have either of the following to enroll: . A high school diploma from an accredited high school. . A General Equivalency Diploma (G.E.D.). . An official college transcript indicating you have attended college and have already provided proof of a high school diploma. Note: Applicants who do not have proof of high school graduation will be enrolled as a non-matriculating student in a certificate program until the required documentation is submitted. Bachelor's Degree Applicants applying for a Bachelor's degree must have either of the following to enroll: . A high school diploma from an accredited high school. . A General Equivalency Diploma (G.E.D.). . An official college transcript indicating you have attended college and have already provided proof of a high school diploma. Note: Applicants who do not have proof of high school graduation will be enrolled as a non-matriculating student in a certificate program until the required documentation is submitted. All transfer credits are subject to review by the Academic Advisement department and must be approved before credit is applied.




Graduate Program


Master's Degree The Graduate Program of Kingdom Life Bible institute is in partnership with Life Christian University, as a licensed teaching and study center. All students will be students of Life Christian University, receiving full recognition and reciprocity for your KLBI Bachelors degrees. The degree that you receive at the completion of your Masters Degree program will be an LCU degree. Applicants applying for a Master's degree must have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited university or institute with a theological major (leveling courses may be required). If the Bachelor's degree is in an unrelated field, sixty credit hours of biblical foundation courses are required before starting the Master's degree program.




School of Ministry Program


Certificate Programs Applicants may enroll in any specialty course program and receive a certificate of completion. Any academic course may be taken as a certificate course with the proper pre-requisite or academic approval from the academic advisement department.