Transfer Credit Evaluations
Thank you for looking to Evangel University to help you finish what you started. Let’s begin with evaluating how the credits you’ve earned will fit into a degree program at EU. Here are basic guidelines:
- Evangel will accept credits from any regionally accredited institution.
- Only non-remedial/non-vocational courses with a letter grade of “C” or better will transfer into Evangel University.
- Graduate programs are unique and transferability varies by degree program. Contact your admissions counselor for details.
- Proficiencies earned at other institutions are not accepted.
- You can transfer up to 64 semester hours of credit from a community or junior college.
- To earn an Evangel University degree, the last 30 credits of your degree program will need to be completed at Evangel.
- While we can evaluate unofficial college transcripts to give you an idea of how courses will transfer, official transcripts are required before transfer credit will be awarded.
- Advanced Placement: Degree credit is awarded to entering freshmen when a grade of 3 or higher is achieved in the Advanced Placement Examination of the Educational Testing Service on subject matter equivalent to a course that Evangel offers. In some academic programs, credits may be awarded differentially for AP scores of 3, 4, and 5. Under this program, no more than 30 credits are awarded to a student.
- International Baccalaureate: Degree credit is awarded to an entering freshmen if a score of 5 or higher is achieved on the International Baccalaureate examination and a score of 4 or higher is achieved on the International Baccalaureate higher-level examination.
- CLEP Exams: see information below.
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To learn how your courses will transfer to Evangel, contact the appropriate admissions counselor for your degree area.
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Common Undergraduate Transfer Courses
|Composition II||ENGL 211|
|American History I||HIST 111|
|American History II||HIST 112|
Sometimes called American Govt/Politics
|World Civilization/History I||HIST 115|
|World Civilization/History II||HIST 116|
|Intro to Psychology or General Psychology||PSYC 112|
|Intro to Sociology||SOCI 111|
|Personal Finance||FIN 138|
|Biological Science or General Biology||BIOL 101|
|Public Speaking or Speech||COMM 111|
|Intro to Literature||ENGL 123|
|Music Appreciation (sometimes called Music of the World)||MUSC 113|
|College Algebra||MATH 129|
Credits are granted for scores of 50 or higher on CLEP exams. CLEP credit is given only in areas where college course work has not yet been taken. Students cannot receive double credit by taking the course in addition to the CLEP exam.
There are two divisions of CLEP exams. The General CLEP exams must be taken prior to the completion of 56 college credits. The Subject CLEP exams do not have a credit limitation.
Students wishing to transfer CLEP credit to Evangel must score at the 50th percentile or above, and submit official score(s) to Evangel University.
Please direct questions to Dawn Elliott in the Records and Registration office.
|College Composition||ENGL 111||Composition||3|
|Humanities||HUMN 199||Human Elective||2|
|ENGL 123||ENGL 123||Intro to Literature||3|
|College Mathematics||MATH 122||Basic Concepts Algebra||3|
|MATH 124||MATH 124||Intermediate Algebra||3|
|Natural Sciences||GSCI 115||Physical Science||3|
|BIOL 101||BIOL 101||Biological Science||3|
|Social Sciences/History||SOCI 199||Sociology Elective||3|
|HIST 111||HIST 111||American History I||3|
|American Government||GOVT 170||Intro to American Govt||3|
|American Literature||ENGL 199||Literature Elective||3|
|Analysis & Interpretation|
|ENGL 199||English Elective||3|
|ENGL 123||Intro to Literature||3|
|MATH 231||Calculus I||4|
|College Algebra||MATH 129||College Algebra||3|
|College French Level 1||FREN 115, 116||Elementary French||8|
|College French Level 1||FREN 215, 216||Intermediate French||6|
|College Level German||GRMN 115, 116||Elementary German||8|
|College Level Spanish Level 1||SPAN 115, 116||Elementary Spanish||8|
|College Level Spanish Level 2||SPAN 215, 216||Intermediate Spanish||6|
|English Literature||ENGL 311||English Lit Survey I||3|
|ENGL 301, 302, or 303||English Literature Survey I, II, or III||3|
|Humanities||HUMN 231||Introduction to Western Humanities||3|
International Baccalaureate Program
Evangel University recognizes the rigor of the Geneva-based International Baccalaureate (IB) program of courses and examinations offered globally to high school students and is pleased to reward students for hard work and dedication to academic excellence.
Students who have earned the IB diploma may be awarded credits in the subject areas in which they score four or above on any higher-level examination or in which they score five and above on any standard-level IB examination. Students who successfully complete the IB diploma program may receive fewer than 30 semester credit hours if they have scored lower than four on any IB examination administered as part of the diploma program.
Students who have not been awarded the IB diploma may be awarded semester hour credits in the subject areas for which they score four or above for higher-level and score five or above for standard-level. Additional credits may be earned with higher scores as noted below.
Students who have earned IB credits must submit an original score report to Evangel; copies will not be accepted.
|Subject||SL Score||Course Credit||EU Credit Hours||HL Score||Course Credit||EU Credit Hours|
|Art History||5-7||ART 102||3||4-7||ART 102||3|
|Biology||5-7||BIOL 101, 199||8||4-7||BIOL 101 & 199||8|
|Business and Management||5-7||MGMT 235(3)||3||4-5||MGMT 235(3)||3|
|6-7||MGMT 235(3) &
MGMT/MRKT elective (3)
|Chemistry||5-7||CHEM 111||5||4-5||CHEM 111||5|
|6-7||CHEM 111 & CHEM 112||10|
|Computer Science||5-7||CPSC 101||3||4-7||CPSC 101||3|
|Dance||5-7||PHED 112||3||4-7||PHED 112||3|
|Design Technology||5-7||ART 110 (3)||3||4-5||ART 110 (3) ART 111 (3)||6|
|6-7||ART 110 (3); ART 111 (3) & COEM 175 (3)||9|
|Economics||5-7||ECON 212||3||4-5||ECON 212||3|
|6-7||ECON212 & 213||6|
|English A1||5-7||ENGL 111 OR ENGL 123||3||4-5||ENGL 111 OR ENGL 123||3|
|6-7||ENGL 111 & ENGL 123||6|
|English A2||5-7||ENGL 111 OR ENGL 123||3||4-5||ENGL 111||3|
|6-7||ENGL 123 & COMM/ENGL 205||6|
|Environmental Systems||5-7||ENVR 342||3||4-7||ENVR 342||3|
|Extended Essay||A or B||ENGL 211||3||A or B||ENGL 211||3|
|Film||5-7||COMF 220||3||4-7||COMF 220||3|
|Geography||5-7||GEOG 211||3||4-7||GEOG 211||3|
|History-Americas (Group B US Hist Elective)||5-7||HIST111||3||4-7||HIST111||3|
|History-Europe (Group A Non-US Hist Elective)||5-7||HIST 345||3||4-7||HIST 345||3|
|History-Islamic (Group A Non-US Hist Elective)||5-7||HIST 260||3||4-7||HIST 260||3|
|History-African (Group A Non-US Hist Elective)||5-7||HIST 270||3||4-7||HIST 270||3|
|Information Tech in a Global Society (ITGS)||5-7||CIS 111||3||4-7||CIS 111||3|
|Math Studies SL||6-7||MATH 199*||3||NA|
|Math SL||5-7||MATH 129||3||NA|
|Math/Further Math HL||NA||4-5||MATH 231||4|
|6-7||MATH 231; MATH232||8|
|Music||5-7||MUSC 131||2||4-5||MUSC 131||2|
|6-7||MUSC 131; MUSC141||5|
|Philosophy||5-7||PHIL 115||3||4-7||PHIL 115||3|
|Physics||5-7||PHYS211 (4)||4||4-5||PHYS211 (4)||4|
|6-7||PHYS211 (4) & 212(4)||8|
|Psychology||5-7||PSYC 112||3||4-7||PSYC 112||3|
|Social and Cultural Anthropology||5-7||ANTH 231||3||4-5||ANTH 231||3|
|6-7||ANTH 231; SOCI111||6|
|Sports, Exercise, and Health Science||5-7||PHED 112||3||4-7||PHED 112||3|
|Theatre Arts||5-7||THTR 110 (3)||5||4-5||THTR 110 (3)||3|
|6-7||THTR1 10 (3) & THTR 101(3)||6|
|Theory of Knowledge||A,B, or C||PHIL 199||3||A,B, or C||PHIL 199||3|
|Visual Arts Option A (Dr. Nelson)||5-7||ART 102 OR ART 199||3||4-7||ART 102 OR ART 199||3|
|Visual Arts Option B (Dr. Nelson)||5-7||ART 103 OR ART 199||3||4-7||ART 103 OR ART 199||3|
Students who have earned foreign language credit may be awarded up to the maximum number of foreign language credits (up to 14 credits). Please consult with the Department of Humanities to complete the level-appropriate proficiency exam.