Our greatest accomplishment is seen in the quality of graduates and the contribution they are making to the health and well being of others. IIFBC does not have nor does it seek accreditation from the state or Government.
There is no requirement for Federal or State accreditation of a religious institution, because the civil Government does not have authority to regulate religious teachings or the granting of religious certifications or religious degrees. This is a matter of separation of Church and State. Many Bible colleges and Christian universities do not seek secular accreditation because they are in the business of granting religious degrees. Bible colleges and Christian universities that are in the business of granting secular credentials have gained approval for granting secular state accreditation.
A letter from the Texas Workforce Commission granting an exemption.
If degrees will be offered, a letter from the Coordinating Board explaining that approval is not required since religious studies are outside the purview of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.