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This is a legal religious educational institution in the state of Florida in the USA. The Florida Statutes 1005.6 (f) states that, "A religious college may operate without governmental oversight".
That means you can start up an university to teach black magic in Florida as long as the rules in Statutes 1005.6 is followed. You can give out Ph.D in Voodoo or Ph.D in Bomoh, if you like. Though being legally instituted by the state of Florida, that alone does not guarantee the recognition of the institution's degrees in other states of the USA and other countries. Such recognition comes through 'accreditation'. That means the master's degrees and doctorates provided by institutions which are accredited and those which are not are qualitatively different.
The accreditation body that guarantees the quality of higher education in Florida is the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Theological seminaries and Christian universities like Asbury Theological Seminary and Baylor University are accredited by the body. And New Covenant International University & Theological Seminary is not in the accreditation list.
Simply said, those without accreditation is free to grant degrees without ensuring academic competency and so the certificates are not recognized. The implication is that those people who got their degrees and doctorates from unaccredited institutions cannot use the title "Dr." in their referent, or even if they use it, it is a fake "Dr.", like calling a woman without a child under her care as "mother".
Now you may be wondering why am I highlighting the New Covenant International University & Theological Seminary. That is because the institution's president Kevin Dyson was here earlier this year giving a series of talks on relationship at City Harvest Church. And lo and behold, our local charismatic Kong Hee's Master of Divinity (M.Div) and Doctor of Theology (D.Th) are from Dyson's institution. If he really wants a good quality theological education degree, he can get them from local seminaries and theological colleges. There are plenty which are accredited here. Don't have to get from a dubious institution in Florida. But if he prefer overseas degrees, he should opt for places like Asbury or Baylor.