Transfer Credit Review
Students looking to earn their bachelor's degree online can talk with our admissions team to understand how their prior exeperience and education can apply toward one of our programs. Many of our programs allow you to begin courses with a minimum of 30 credits, and we accept transfer credit for:
- Prior college coursework
- Military Training
- CLEP (College Level Examination Program) exams
Once our Denver office opens, you will be able to bring copies of your transcripts to us at our Denver office located at 901 Auraria Parkway, and we can walk through your potential transfer credit with you, as well as discuss which program could best fit your goals.
Additionally, for students seeking a master’s degree that have earned graduate-level credits at another educational intuition, you could transfer up to 12 semester credits toward a Norwich master’s degree program, depending on the course taken and the program of interest. Norwich accepts credit from regionally accredited institutions of higher learning, and students must earn at least a grade of B or its equivalent in all seminars or courses in order for transfer credits to be applied.
If you are interested in learning more now, contact Norwich’s admissions team talk about your potential transfer credit.
Earn up to 90 transfer credits from your prior education, military training or CLEP exams toward an online bachelor's degree program.
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