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Is Salt Lake Bible College offer degree recognised in academic level and are their credits transferral?

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2013-11-07 15:52:02
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Yes, Salt Lake Bible College does offer degrees recognized in academic levels and in some cases, the credits are transferable. The college is fully accredited.

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