Study Options

The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has granted to Texas International Bible Institute the right to award Bible degrees. Although not accredited, these degrees represent a rigorous curriculum that empowers our students for service in the kingdom. This is a blessing, and we are happy to be able to launch our graduates with this diploma.

If you’d like to know more about TIBI’s programs, practices, and policies, you may click on the following link:

School catalog 2019-2020



There are essentially three options for students who would like to receive training in textual study and ministry: live interactive video conferencing, recorded video courses online with Moodle, or taking the same courses from hard drives, flash drives, or DVDs (EBLs).

General student registration form

Application form for a scholarship–2020



Most of our classes are offered in a live, interactive format through video conferencing, often connecting with 30 or more sites in one class. We use a cutting-edge technology system called Zoom.

This system increases our capacity, quality, and clarity of our classes, and makes connecting and configuring cheaper and easier.

Notice–All of TIBI’s classes are streamed directly to the world wide web and are visible to the public. The instructor is responsible for the contents of each class. By choosing to take courses with TIBI by using the Zoom system, each user accepts these terms and conditions.



To see the most recent videos recorded by Zoom from our live class pages, go to any class page and click on the links for the videos.



For those who cannot adjust their schedules to take live classes, they can access 40 recorded online video courses, at






If you want to see videos of recorded courses, without the Moodle system, you can go here,  to see the courses on YouTube. (For now, the majority of the courses are in Spanish.)

If you want to take the courses for credit towards our Bachelor’s degree, you still need to do it through our site in, and contact Pedro del Pozo, at



The name in Spanish means “Local Bible Schools.”  We have seen that in a number of countries, internet access is poor, limited, or non-existent.  For potential students in these areas, we have put all our online courses on a small hard drive that can fit in a shirt pocket.  These courses can be facilitated (administered, graded, etc) by a local leader, minister, missionary, or school director.  We have about 16,000 students in Latin America who have studied with us through this method.

What you see in the picture is all you need to begin teaching students with this method.



Each class taken by TIBI students has a page accessible to students in all parts of the world, with information about it, download documents and contact information of the teacher.

The schedule of each class corresponds to Houston, TX time. It is necessary to check the time of your country regarding this time. To see each cycle’s schedule of classes, go to the Current Classes page.

To access Zoom classes you need access to the TIBI network. If you have not registered, please contact Stephen Austin at He will help you to follow the necessary steps to access the system.

Thanks for your interest. It will be a pleasure to have you as a participant in our system.


NOTE: All TIBI classes are transmitted directly to the network and are visible to the public. The Institute is not responsible for the content transmitted, as all responsibility lies with the teacher. All users using the Zoom system on the Institute website are subject to the terms of these terms.