Gods Love Bible Seminary is an arm of Gods Love Christian Ministries which is registered in the State of GA, the article of incorporation permits the seminary to operate as a religious institution. GLBS as a private Christian inititution makes no claims, implied or otherwise, that our educational programs, courses, or curricula are the same as offered by secular State Colleges and Universities. Gods Love Bible Seminary desires to remain separate and thereby maintain our religious prerogatives and freedom to compose courses and design degree programs that are in accordance with our Biblical convictions and beliefs. Gods Love Bible Seminary is not affiliated with the State of Georgia or the U.S. Department of Education. Credits and Degrees earned at GLBS are for those in Christian service.

Transfer of credits from GLBS to other institutions of learning is solely up to the discretion and desire of the institution where the student is applying. Students are encouraged to inquire from the educational institution into which they plan to transfer concerning the transferability of credits received through any another institution in advance of enrollment.

ACCREDITATION- Gods Love Bible Seminary (GLBS) has accreditation and membership with a nationally recognized accrediting institution to award Certificates and Associates, Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral degrees. The U.S. Department of Education states that accreditation itself is a voluntary process. Many high-quality, legitimate and legal Colleges and Universities and other institutions of higher education operate today without accreditation. There is no mandate by federal law for a School, College or University to be accredited. Many good schools are not accredited. Also, each accreditor has their own unique standards and, thus, there is no national consistency in institutional accreditation. Accreditation in the United States is awarded by non-US governmental agencies. Again, accreditation is strictly a voluntary option in the United States.

“The United States has no Federal Ministry of Education or other centralized authority exercising single national control over post-secondary educational institutions in this country. The States assume varying degrees of control over education, but, in general, institutions of higher education are permitted to operate with considerable independence and autonomy. As a consequence, American educational institutions can vary widely in the character and quality of their programs. In order to insure a basic level of quality, the practice of accreditation arose in the United States as a means of conducting non-governmental, peer evaluation of educational institutions and programs. Private educational associations of regional or national scope have adopted criteria reflecting the qualities of a sound educational program and have developed procedures for evaluating institutions or programs to determine whether or not they are operating at basic levels of quality.” (U.S. Dept. Education website)