Make your previous college courses work for you
Credits earned at another institution will be transferred and applied toward degree requirements under the following policies:
- To be considered for transfer, all credit must appear on an official transcript.
- The credit-granting institution must be regionally accredited.
- Foreign transcripts must be accompanied by official copies of translations and course-by-course evaluations done by World Education Services (WES). Applications are available at WES.
- Only general education courses that are required in the curriculum of the student’s professional program will be transferred.
- Only courses with a minimum grade of “C” (2.00) or higher will be accepted for credit.
- Transfer credit will be recorded on the transcript during the first trimester in which the student enrolls as a degree-seeking student.
- The total number of credits transferred may not exceed those allowed by the residency policy. The residency policy states that a student must complete 36 trimester credits at Adventist University (formerly known as Florida Hospital College) to earn a Bachelor of Science degree.
- Students who wish to transfer courses from a professional program must petition the respective department for evaluation of credit.
- Courses that are not clearly defined on a transcript may not be automatically transferred. The student will be asked to submit course descriptions and syllabi for further evaluation.
Maximize your previous hard work. If you are not sure whether your credits will transfer, please contact Adventist University today for a free personal assessment of your college transfer credit. Our Distance Enrollment Specialist will be pleased to provide you with this service. Start today by calling toll free at 1-888-768-6276.