New courses are continually developed at ISOW. Although there may not currently be enough courses in each category to meet a specific certificate’s requirements, new courses are being added periodically.

CERTIFICATE PROGRAM FOR ISOW

The International School of the Word is proud to offer a Certificate of Biblical Studies and/or a Certificate of Ministerial Studies to those who fulfill our course requirements.  There are several ways to earn a certificate.


CERTIFICATE IN BIBLICAL STUDIES (12 Course Requirement)

You may earn a Certificate of Biblical Studies in each of the following categories when you complete 8 courses in that category, plus Old Testament and New Testament Survey and any 2 electives: 

Certificate of Biblical Studies in Bible Prophecy

8

Bible Prophecy Courses

1

Old Testament Survey

1

New Testament Survey

2

Electives

12

Total Courses Required
Certificate of Biblical Studies in Books of the Bible

8

Books of the Bible Courses

1

Old Testament Survey

1

New Testament Survey

2

Electives

12

Total Courses Required

 

Certificate of Biblical Studies in Theology

8

Theology Courses

1

Old Testament Survey

1

New Testament Survey

2

Electives

12

Total Courses Required
Biblical Studies in Bible Languages and Hebraic Roots

8

Bible Languages/
Hebraic Roots Courses

1

Old Testament Survey

1

New Testament Survey

2

Electives

12

Total Courses Required

CERTIFICATE IN MINISTERIAL STUDIES (12 Course Requirement)

You may earn a Certificate of Ministerial Studies when you complete 8 courses from the Personal and Ministry Development category, Old Testament and New Testament Survey, and 2 more courses of your choice from the Theology category.  This certificate is not equivalent to an ordination but does satisfy the 2 Timothy 2:15 requirement for ministers.

Certificate of Ministerial Studies

8

Personal/Ministry Development

1

Old Testament Survey

1

New Testament Survey

2

Theology Electives

12

Total Courses Required

“Be diligent to present yourself approved to God, a worker who does not need to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”