The Master of Theology in Applied Orthodox Theology and the Master of Theology in Pastoral Care & Counseling degrees are granted in partnership with the University of Balamand in Lebanon, and are internationally accredited by the Commission for Higher Learning of the Republic of Lebanon.

The Antiochian House of Studies is not yet independently accredited in the United States, although since 2015 it has been in the process of applying for Associate Membership in the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada (ATS).

At this time the Antiochian House of Studies is not authorized by the Veterans Administration to participate in tuition assistance or GI Bill programs.

The Master of Theology in Pastoral Care & Counseling program is professionally accredited as a Level-One Pastoral Counseling Training Center by the American Association of Pastoral Counselors, and also by the Institute for Clinical Pastoral Training (in partnership with the Spiritual Care Association) to independently offer Level One Clinical Pastoral Education.