After the long discussion on Kevin Bauder's article on accreditation, someone brought my attention to an online program at Maranatha, which is regionally accredited, that can help graduates of BJU in particular get a regionally accredited degree. I've been told they have developed some strategies to help individuals gain state teacher certification. This would have been helpful to me when I was trying to get my teaching certificate in a state that refused to accept my undergraduate degree from BJU even though I had a masters from a regionally accredited university. I HAD to have a bachelors from a regionally accredited school to get their state teaching certificate with no exception. This is becoming the standard among states, so those with BJU education degrees will be unable to get state teaching certificates once they leave South Carolina.
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