Bachelor Degree Program

God's Word Theological Institute awards are open to everyone, there are no entry qualifications, no admission interviews, nor barriers whatsoever. We do however request you to send us a copy of your verifiable resume in order to properly determine whether you should be admitted.

The Institute allows credits for all previous studies, independent or correspondence course studies, seminars, workshops, language skills and any other learning process whether acquired in formal or informal settings.

Perhaps you served in the military where nobody ever told you how many credits you actually accumulated? You can check them out HERE and fully apply them towards your God's Word Theological Institute credentials.

We are careful to whom we make our awards to but we will consider any award be it a Bachelor, Master or Doctorate in Christian Religious Studies, i.e. Theology or Divinity.

We believe that your God's Word Theological Institute credentials will be of benefit to you and that you may already have the experience and knowledge to qualify.

This programme is designed for everyone whatever their sex, age, race, social or ethnic background. We do not ask you to take time off work, study or sit exams nor does our programme have any residency qualification.

U.S. Higher Education Policy

The U.S. Government Department of Veteran Affairs supports the concept of earning credits toward a standard college degree based on the individual’s knowledge and previous life experience, believing that an individual who has acquired collegiate credit through such means has manifested a level of knowledge, maturity, and ability that is at least equal to that of individuals who may otherwise qualify (Title II, Section 203).

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration encourages job applicants to obtain degrees earned by Life Experience credits.




What we expect from you.

If you are applying for the Bachelor Degree, We require and assess the resume of your educational, professional, military and hobby-related experience.

If you are applying for the Master or Doctorate Degree we not only require and assess the resume of your educational, professional, military and hobby-related experience, but also a 25,000 double spaced Thesis for the Masters Degree and a 50,000 word double spaced Dissertation for the Doctorate, (See below for the accepted topics.) Keep in mind that any academic evaluation is subjective in nature

You will be submitting your resume in absolute confidence. We will not contact any employer or educational establishment or tutor. Your resume is an assessment tool, entirely for our own internal purposes in order to realistically determine whether your existing knowledge justifies your admission.

For additional information on our Master or Doctorate programs please visit our
Degree by Dissertation page.


There is no application fee. Once the student's application has submitted, accepted and student has been admitted to the degree program, a registration fee of $50.00 (Please use PayPal for all donations and payments),  is required for students that have not previously studied at GWTI. Payment of this fee will be acknowledgement by the student as accepting the God's Word Theological Institute's admission of them to the Bachelor Degree Program which will culminate at its completion with the award of a Bachelors Degree in Theology Studies or Divinity Studies once all work has been accomplished, and all fees and tuition are paid. There is no graduation fee at GWTI for any degree. The diploma is included in the tuition payments.



  • Tuition for the  Bachelor Degree Program  at GWTI is $199.00.

Payment of $199.00 for the Bachelor Degree program is made at the submission of your Resume and approved.  After our admissions has determined you have met the requirements for the Bachelor Degree Program an meal will be sent to you advising you of our discussion.  At that time please revisit the GWTI website and make your donation of $199.99 using the PayPal link on the Colum of any webpage.

Once the candidate has been accepted, and has acknowledged that acceptance by paying the registration fee (unless waived for former students), they will be categorized as a Candidate for the Doctor of Theology degree.

Manuscript guidelines for preparation and presentation of the dissertation will be provided to the student when the student has registered as a Doctoral Candidate by payment of the $50.00 registration fee.

God's Word Theological Institute & University® will never charge you for the assessment of your academic potential. In general we will inform you of the College's decision within 12 hours from receipt of your resume if you qualify. You are then free to decide whether you wish to actually enroll or not. We file your assessment record during 24 hours, and delete all your information if you have not decided by then. Should you wish to enroll later, your resume will need to be resubmitted and will be subject to a new assessment not necessarily resulting in a similar positive decision.

Perhaps you do qualify for your college award not yet acquired. Submit your resume preferably through plain email or by telefax and please clearly state what you would like to accomplish. We will realistically assess your opportunities and advise you accordingly, at no charge to you.

Please feel welcome to send in your resume and any other required documents, depending on which degree program you are applying, for our free assessment to our e-mail address:

Assessment requests sent in by e-mail will usually be answered within seven to ten days. God's Word Theological Institute does not open e-mail attachments other than Microsoft Doc, Acrobat PDF files for systems security reasons.

The difference between securing good and great life opportunities begins with your resume. It is the first impression you make on us, and we therefore recognize that your resume can and should be a personal advertisement and marketing tool which will effectively launch our consideration to award your God's Word Theological Institute & University award.



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 Ever Lived

He was born in an obscure village, the child of a peasant woman. He grew up in still another village where he worked in a carpenter shop until he was thirty. Then for three years he was an itinerant preacher. He never wrote a book. He never held an office. He never had a family or owned a house. He didn't go to college. He never visited a big city. He never traveled more than two hundred miles from the place he was born. He did none of these things that one usually associated with greatness. He had no credentials but himself.


Is Cursing Really a Sin according to the Bible?

Stephanie Englehart    9/14/2020

 Where I am today, the Pacific Northwest is ablaze with wildfires in every direction. People in Oregon, California, and Washington are evacuating their homes and seeking refuge in cities. Ash is literally raining from the sky, and there are air quality alerts warning people to stay indoors and out of the smoke. 24 people have already died as the fires are wreaking havoc on whole communities. The Bible describes our tongues in the same way—able to wreak havoc and full of death:

How great a forest is set ablaze by such a small fire! And the tongue is a fire, a world of unrighteousness. The tongue is set among our members, staining the whole body, setting on fire the entire course of life, and set on fire by hell. For every kind of beast and bird, of reptile and sea creature, can be tamed and has been tamed by mankind, but no human being can tame the tongue. It is a restless evil, full of deadly poison. With it we bless our Lord and Father, and with it we curse people who are made in the likeness of God. From the same mouth come blessing and cursing. My brothers, these things ought not to be so. - 

James 3:5-10 (ESV)



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