Arizona School of Ministry
American Indian College of the Assemblies of God (AIC) in Phoenix, Arizona is pleased to announce that it has formed an articulation agreement with the Arizona School of Ministry (ASOM) whereby ASOM graduates who wish to pursue a B.A. in Christian Ministry at AIC can transfer their credits into the program and be off to a “running start” with 25 out of the 128 credit hours already completed!
The coursework you have already taken at ASOM will count towards the completion of your degree and you should be able to complete your B.A. at AIC in about three years full-time. AIC is regionally- accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Although our specific mission is “equip[ping] Native American students for Christian service, emphasizing Biblical truths and academic excellence within a Christian community” AIC has had a long-established tradition of working cross-culturally with a number of other ethnic and cultural groups as well. AIC is truly a case-study in cultural diversity and we welcome students of all ethnicities!
Our small class sizes, well-qualified faculty, beautiful campus, and friendly community are an ideal place for you to complete your B.A., further laying groundwork towards your ministerial formation, and if you wish, foundational preparation for graduate studies in Ministry or Biblical and Theological Studies.
I invite you to check us out further! We would be delighted to serve you!
Articulation Agreement Between
American Indian College (Phoenix, Arizona) and
Latin American Bible Institute (La Puente, California)
This articulation agreement is between American Indian College (AIC) and Latin American Bible Institute (LABI- CA) in order to facilitate a close working fraternal relationship between these two institutions. By creating an articulation agreement, we hope to achieve the following:
- A closer working relationship between these two institutions, both of which operate under the auspices of the General Council of the Assemblies of God USA as well as their respective sponsoring districts, and in the case of AIC, the Division of U.S. Missions
- To provide an opportunity for graduates of LABI to continue on towards earning a Bachelor’s degree at AIC in a manner that recognizes the education they have already received and works towards providing a fairly seamless transition between the two institutions
- Further enrich the diversity of the student body at AIC by admitting LABI graduates who will bring a rich background of different ethnic and ministry backgrounds who will likewise benefit by exposure to a College with a predominantly Native American student body