Credit portability is subject to Bellevue University`s credit transfer policies and requires the submission of official transcripts. Official transcripts are analyzed to determine which credits officially apply to a Bellevue University course. Students who pass with an associate degree receive credit for all studies in their curriculum and enter Bellevue with junior status. This applies to both the classical baccalaureate and the accelerated baccalaureate. *According to Bellevue University`s 2013-14 Conferral Annual Report, Bellevue`s academic partner, StraighterLine, is creating a smooth transfer of course credits to Bellevue programs. If you have taken courses at StraighterLine and would like to pursue your academic goals at Bellevue, or if you would like to visit Bellevue and evaluate how courses can be transferred by StraighterLine, read the course equivalency guide. 88%* of Bellevue University 2018-2019 graduates managed to transfer university credits to earn their bachelor`s degree. Whenever possible, all applicants who do not meet these standards are referred to the university for additional course work. Bellevue University requires transfer students to earn an associate degree or sixty credit hours prior to transfer. To see how credits are transferred, please see the Real Time Course Transfer Credit Guide. We understand that you are balancing work, family and other responsibilities. We want your time at Bellevue University to be as smooth as possible.
If you have already obtained an associate degree, then you are on your way to obtaining a bachelor`s degree, as we accept your entire associate degree. There are many ways at Bellevue University to accelerate your degree, including recognition of training provided in the workplace or in the military. You don`t need to discover all this for yourself. We have helpful people to help you with your transfer. Your enrollment advisor will meet with you to discuss your academic history and conduct an assessment of your previously earned credits, to see what requirements you have met and what requirements you still need to meet. Detailed information on transfers – from BCC to Bellevue University – is included in the Memorandum of Understanding between Bellevue University and Bergen Community College. . . .