BSAA is a theological accrediting association formed in 2002 which accredits only those schools that hold to and teach sound traditional biblical principles and doctrines in accord with traditional Baptist beliefs and uphold the authority and accuracy of the King James Version of the Bible in English or comparable foreign language translations of God's Word from the Majority Text. Schools accredited by this agency must be under the authority of a local Baptist Church or a group of Baptist Churches.
Accreditation from the BSAA is not meant to take the place of, nor is it meant to be compared with, secular accreditation. The purpose of the BSAA is to assure the Churches that hold to traditional Baptist bible doctrines that the schools accredited by us do indeed teach those doctrines that are in accord with their own Baptist Church's traditional biblical beliefs.
CERTIFICATION of Theologically Accredited schools:
Currently those schools approved by BSAA receive a certificate of theological accreditation.
Internationally, BSAA has theologically accredited colleges in the USA, Thailand, Samoa, Zambia, multiple colleges in Nigeria, several in West Africa, and in the Philippines, and India. Graduates from our accredited colleges in the USA and abroad have had their degrees recognized, and accepted, by various governments including the USA, Nigeria, Zambia, the Philippines, Brazil, India, China, and others.
Those schools theologically accredited by the BSAA are also certified to act as Study Centers for Salt Lake Baptist College/Salt Lake Bible College/UA online for purposes of tutoring the online students.