No one is speaking of undergraduate school, Bill. On numerous threads in the past, you have questioned both graduate and post-graduate programs wherein the Biblical languages are not taught. It would be interesting to study all the schools of religion prior to accreditation to see if they, at that time, passed your muster. Perhaps LBU will become more rigorous and stringent as it marches forward just as nearly every other school in the history of American education has. I seriously doubt Luther Rice was so rigorous and stringent as you would like when they first began. I would imagine Charles Stanley would have to work much harder, take more courses, and engage in more in-depth scholarly research if he were to enroll in the doctoral program today.