We are pleased to announce that One Way International Theological Seminary (OWITS) has received accreditation from the QAHE, a leading accrediting agency in the field of higher education.
OWITS is a private, non-profit institution located in the heart of the United States, dedicated to providing high-quality theological education to students from all over the world. With a faculty of highly qualified and experienced professors, OWITS offers a range of undergraduate and graduate programs in theology, biblical studies, ministry, and other related fields.
The accreditation from QAHE is a testament to the quality of education that OWITS provides, and it opens up new opportunities for the Seminary to partner with other institutions and expand its reach. As a result of this accreditation, OWITS graduates will now be eligible for a wider range of employment opportunities and further education at other accredited institutions.
OWITS is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive learning environment that fosters the personal and spiritual growth of its students. The Seminary believes that theological education is not only about acquiring knowledge, but also about developing character, building community, and cultivating a deep understanding of God’s word. The Seminary offers a range of programs to meet the needs of students from diverse backgrounds and with different career aspirations. Its undergraduate programs include Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies and Bachelor of Arts in Ministry. The graduate programs include Master of Divinity, Master of Arts in Theology, Master of Arts in Ministry, and Doctor of Ministry. OWITS also offers a range of online programs to make theological education accessible to students from all over the world. The online programs are designed to provide the same quality of education as the on-campus programs, with the added flexibility of online learning.
With its commitment to academic excellence, spiritual formation, and practical ministry training, OWITS is poised to become a leading institution of theological education in the United States and beyond.