Any other accredited seminaries (Besides Liberty) that accept UA degrees?

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  1. labaptist

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    I know Liberty has accepted unaccredited bachelor's degrees from schools such as LBU, CES and Andersonville. Are there any other accredited seminaries that do this?
     
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    New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. You must take the GRE test, and make the minimum score. Also, they only allow a certain amount of these "probationary" students to be admitted each term. Each case is evaluated individually, though, so no guarantees. I was admitted on a "non-degree" basis (I am enrolled at Liberty, and taking language classes at NOBTS, since Liberty does not have distant ed. Greek and Hebrew. This is what I had to do.)
     
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    On an Andersonville group I've heard Luther Rice accepts their Bachelors for entrance into their masters.
     
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    LRU will take a limited number of people with UA degrees each semester. I think the total has to be less than 10% of a program admissions. Like other schools, they consider UA degrees (and the people who hold them) on a case by case basis.
     
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    I ended up getting an Associates from Andersonville. Luther Rice has said they accept credits from there so I'm considering transfering there.
     

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