28 Sep New Partnership Approves Accreditation for IBLT Programs
The 4.2.20 Foundation announces official partnership between the Institute of Biblical Languages & Translation (IBLT) and Corban University in a jointly offered 48-credit graduate certificate program in Biblical Hebrew and a Master of Arts in Classical Hebrew. This partnership has been approved by Corban’s regional accreditation agency—the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU).
“It is after much anticipation and with great joy that we are able to share this news with our community of supporters as well as our student body,” says Dr. David Swarr, President & CEO of 4.2.20 Foundation. Significantly, this means that starting from IBLT’s first 8-month School of Biblical Hebrew that is currently taking place (students are mid-way through the Biblical Hebrew intensive at the time of this announcement), all graduates will earn an official graduate certificate, with the option to continue to earn an MA in Classical Hebrew.
IBLT will be accepting applications for its second 8-month program (October 2018 – June 2019) beginning October 2017. To find more information on the course, as well as application steps, please visit: