3200 Wilshire Blvd, #1205.
Los Angeles, CA 90010

Admissions of students without regard to race, color

213-382-0402

emmanuelu314@gmail.com

3200 Wilshire Blvd, #1205

Los Angeles, CA 90010

09:00 - 16:00

Monday to Friday

Transfer Student

“But as for you, continue in what you have learned
and have become convinced of”

Application Steps

Once we receive your application, we will need a few days to process and review the application.
If we decide that you are accepted, you will receive a Letter of Acceptance from  Emmanuel University.

  1. You must apply via the EU Application along with a $150 registration fee.
  2. Enrollment Agreement
  3. Official Transcripts or Diploma
  4. Submit your high school transcript(if, candidate of undergraduate program). An official English translation is required to accompany the transcript if the transcript is not issued in English by the school (international student F1)
  5. If you are a speaker of English as a second language, you will need to submit your TOEFL scores.
  6. If you are international Student (F1), please contact admissions representatives directly.

Deadlines

The candidate who enrolled in other college or university, it’s important to submit your application, and related materials as soon as possible — ideally, long before you plan on attending the EU. Your application materials will be reviewed once all of them have been received. The general deadlines to keep in mind include:

  • Fall Semester—August 15
  • Spring— January 15

Transfer Credit Policy

Students may transfer coursework credits earned at other institutions towards Emmanuel University programs if the institution meets or exceeds the standards of Emmanuel University and has jurisdictional/state approval to operate at the time of the student’s attendance. Coursework from other institutions must have a minimum grade of 2.7 on a scale of 4.0 and must be applicable to fulfilling the degree requirements for the respective degree programs offered at Emmanuel University.

Copies of course descriptions from a catalog that were current for the year of attendance along with copies of course syllabi are required for all unaccredited and/or out of state.

Work completed at exempt institutions will be evaluated on an individual basis by the approximate course content equivalency to courses offered at Emmanuel University.

Each request for a transfer of credits must be received by the Office of Admissions and Records no later than the commencement of classes for new students and by the last semester of their program for current students who have taken one or more courses at another institution while working toward their degree at Emmanuel University. Only one official transcript per institution attended will be accepted and must be sent directly from the institution to Emmanuel University. Transfer credits are awarded by the Admissions Committee after review.

The maximum transferable credits allowable are as follows, except for veterans and eligible persons who are required to transfer all previous credits where appropriate:

Bachelor of Religious Studies up to 48 credit hours
Master of Divinity 24 credit hours
Master of Christian Counseling 24 credit hours
Master of Theology 24 credit hours
Master of Missiology 24 credit hours
Doctor of Christian Counseling 9 credit hours
Doctor of Ministry 9 credit hours
Doctor of Theology 9 credit hours