The Caribbean School of Theology seeks to maintain high academic standards. Strict guidelines are followed regarding faculty, text and study materials, syllabi, credit-hours and level of studies. CST, through an educational agreement with Global University (Springfield, Missouri, U.S. A.) offers an accredited Bachelor of Arts degree in Bible and Theology.
Academic recognition is through Global University, which is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Chicago, Illinois; and by the Accrediting Commission of the Distance Education and Training Council, Washington, D.C.
- Must be in active Christian ministry and in good standing with the national Assemblies of God fellowship in his respective country. This is to be documented on one’s application.
- Must be approved by the CST admissions committee.
- Should have completed two years of national general requirements at the local Bible school. A copy of this transcript should be included with one’s application to attend CST.
- Demonstrate a willingness to set one’s priorities so that he can give the necessary time each year for the intensive and arduous CST module studies.
CST admits students with various levels and backgrounds of educational preparation. Even though the CST studies are similar for each student, high school and Bible school completion as well as future goals will determine the level at which CST certification is granted. These levels are:
CST Certificate of Graduation
For students who have satisfactorily completed 32 CST credits of study but completed fewer than 64 Bible school credits.
For students who have satisfactorily completed 32 CST credits and completed at least 64 Bible school credits for a total of 96 credits.
CST Bachelor of Arts in Theology
For students who have earned a high school diploma or its equivalent, received 96 Bible school credits and satisfactorily completed 32 CST credits for a total of 128 credits.
||90 – 100
||80 – 89
||70 – 79
||60 – 69
||0 – 59
A grade point is a numerical value assigned to a letter grade for the purpose of computing the grade point average.
Incomplete grades: Students are expected to complete all course work as specified by the instructor by the end of a seminar. An incomplete may be given at the option of the instructor with approval from CST administration and only under extenuating circumstances. If an incomplete is issued, the course work must be completed by the date agreed upon by the CST administration, instructor and student. An automatic grade of failure will be issued if the work is not submitted.