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Transfer Students

Students taking accredited Seminary work elsewhere who wish to have that work officially transferred to CTS must make that request in writing to the Registrar. Courses to be transferred must be graduate level, and doctoral level for doctoral students, and normally will not have counted toward a prior degree. Courses with a grade of B- or below will not transfer in. Advanced standing without credit may exempt students from required courses, permitting the substitution of electives to fulfill CTS degree requirements. Transfer credits do not apply to a student’s cumulative GPA. Any questions about what is an acceptable transfer credit should be referred to the Registrar, who will consult with the Academic Dean or other faculty members. Also, work done prior to seven years before entering CTS may not be considered for transfer credits

For a more detailed description of our transfer of credit policy, please consult the CTS Student Handbook.