Detailed information on transfers – from the BCC to the University of Bellevue – is contained in the Memorandum of Understanding between Bellevue University and Bergen Community College. We want your transfer to Bellevue University to be as smooth as possible. If you have already obtained an associate degree, then you are on your way to the bachelor`s degree, because we accept your entire associate degree. There are many opportunities at the University of Bellevue, In order to accelerate your degree, including recognition for the training accomplished in the work or army. Bellevue`s university partner, StraighterLine, creates a seamless transfer to Bellevue`s programs. If you have taken courses on StraighterLine and would like to pursue your academic goals at Bellevue, or if you would like to visit Bellevue and evaluate how to transfer courses to StraighterLine, check out the course equivalency guide. To see how credits are transferred, please see the Real Time Course Credit Transfer Guide. The University of Bellevue requires transfer students to obtain an associate degree or approximately 60 hours of credit prior to the transfer. Students who pass with a degree of study are recognized for all programs of study and follow a junior status in Samtazularux.
This applies to both traditional bachelor`s and accelerated bachelor`s studies. You don`t need to find out for yourself. We have helpful people to help you in your transfer. Your advisor will meet with you to discuss your academic history and complete an assessment of your previously earned credits, to see what requirements you have met and which ones you have not yet fulfilled. Appropriation portability is subject to the University of Bellevue`s transfer credit policy and requires the presentation of official transcripts. Official transcripts are evaluated to determine credits that are officially valid for a Bellevue University graduation program. All applicants who do not meet these standards are, as far as possible, referred to the college for additional internships. According to the 2013-14 University of Bellevue Conference Annual Report, 88% of graduates of the University of Bellevue have successfully transferred credits to obtain their bachelor`s degree.