Goldey-Beacom College welcomes students who transfer from other accredited colleges and universities. Whether you have attended one school or several, we will review all of your transcripts to help you choose the degree that will allow you to maximize your transfer credit.
Transfer credits are granted for courses taken at other regionally accredited institutions which meet the following criteria:
- They apply to the student’s degree program at GBC.
- The courses were taken within a reasonable timeframe (usually the past ten years).
- The student earned a grade of “C” or better in the class.
- The courses were credit-bearing, non-developmental classes.
In addition to coursework completed at an accredited college or university, Goldey-Beacom also reviews credits for transfer from the following sources:
- Advanced Placement (AP)
- American Institute of Banking (AIB)
- Army (AARTS)
- College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
- Community College of the Air Force
- Center for Financial Training (CFT)
- Coursework evaluated by the American Council on Education (ACE)
- Sailor/Marine American Council on Education Registry Transcript (SMART)
- United States Coast Guard Institute
Transfer Credit Guide
You can use the transfer equivalency search tool below to find courses that will transfer to Goldey-Beacom College from other institutions. Please note that if you do not find the institution or course you are looking for, it does not mean Goldey-Beacom does not accept credits from that institution or that Goldey-Beacom will not accept that course.
Please contact the Admissions Office by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (302) 225-6248 to find out more about how your transfer credit can be applied towards a degree at Goldey-Beacom.
A complete application to Goldey-Beacom College includes each of the following required documents:
- A completed
- An official high school transcript,
home school completion certificate, or Graduate Equivalency Diploma (GED).
- Official transcript(s) from all previously attended colleges and universities.
If you have less than 24 transfer credits, the
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) results are also