|Admissions Information and Requirements|
High School graduation is not required for admission to the programs leading to certificates and some licensing. High School graduation is required for admission to the programs leading to degrees. This is evidenced by either a high school equivalency diploma issued by the Department of Education of one of the fifty states or satisfactory scores on the tests of General Education Development (GED).
Students may transfer to MORIAH from other Bible, Theological and Ministry Training programs, as well as private and public higher educational facilities by submitting an official transcript. Evaluation of transfer credits will be done on an individual basis and will be determined by the program(s) of study the student chooses for enrollment as well as the content of courses being transferred. Most colleges enforce similar policies regarding transfer credits.
Students may be awarded credit for ministerial experience. To apply for credit based on experience the student should submit a detailed resume of ministry work, copies of ministry experience, certificates, ordination, and proof of seminar/workshop attendance. Mission trips should be documented with a written account of designated plan of action, implementation and observation.
It is the policy of Moriah Institute of Christian Studies to respect the privacy of all students and will not release information regarding a student's association with the Institute without written authorization from the student.
International Students may apply to MORIAH here.
NOTE: International students read about MORIAH's Homestudy Program.
For more information about Admissions, follow the links below.
Admissions (Main Page)
Application Process for U.S. Students
Application Process for Foreign Students
Application Process for Swaziland Students
Application Process for SLC Scholarship Students