Warren Robbins University International is non-denominational in identification, but is trans-denominational in its student body. It is an independent institution which has as its goals to serve all students regardless of their Christian denomination. WRUI’s goal is to provide the necessary biblical experience to prepare committed Christians to walk with God closely, to share their faith effectively, and to serve in a Christian manner-wherever God may lead them.
The Cabinet of St. Kitts and Nevis has approved the recommendation of the Accreditation Board of St. Kitts and Nevis that Warren Robbins University International (or WRUI) be accredited in accordance with the provisions and guidelines established under the St. Christopher and Nevis Accreditation Act of 1999. The period for full accreditation is two years with periodic reviews.
Warren Robbins University International is very pleased with the cooperation of the Accreditation Board of ST. Kitts and Nevis and understands that this periodic review will insure a consistent quality and excellence of education to every student enrolled at Warren Robbins University International now and all that enroll in the future.
This accreditation is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
DISCLAIMER: Even though Warren Robbins University is an internationally, fully-accredited Bible College does not guarantee that your credits will be accepted. Each local area is responsible for accepting or rejecting these credits.
Equal Educational Policy
In compliance with the, United States of America, Title VI of the Civil Rights ACT of 1964, complete equality exists in the offering of all benefits to students without regard to sex, race, color, or national origin.
Program and Curriculum Information
Our degree programs and courses are developed to give the student a broad input of information. WRUI does not adhere to any one author or textbook publisher. Our courses are chosen on the basis of educational value not the denominational bias of the author. We feel this creates a better educational base in the student. In this catalog, each course is identified by a three-digit number. The first digit of each number indicates the level or academic year that the course is normally taken (1-freshmen, 2-sophomore, 3-junior, 4-senior, 5-graduate, 6-postgraduate, 7-postgraduate Theological)
Our course numbers are divided between an alpha division prefix and a numeric course number. The division prefix codes are as follows:
BI Biblical Studies
CHED Christian Education
CHPSY Christian Psychology
PS Pastoral Studies
The last two digits are the progression of the course within the program. i.e. BI 101 is much easier and must be completed before BI 149.