Transfer Course Information
CUGN presently offers a library of single courses in many Bible, theological, and ministry-related courses.
Choose from the following models:
Independent/Directed Study Courses - All 500-level courses are available for transfer (over 70 courses available). Click here to review the list. You may enroll into these courses anytime throughout the year. Use the "Apply Now" button above to get started.
Semester-based Courses - Limited courses are offered in 8-week semesters. Please review the CUGN calendar in the Annual Course Schedule for course offerings. Each 3-hour course includes 24 audio lectures, multiple-choice quizzes, textbook reading, discussion forums, ancillary videos, two mentor meetings, and a creative research project. Use the "Apply Now" button above to get started.
Self-Study Courses - 200-level courses are available. Completed credit can be used for many CUGN programs, personal enrichment, collaborating schools, or CEU credit. The courses include Old Testament Survey, New Testament Survey, Apologetics and SoulCare. Use the "Apply Now" button above to get started.
Many courses can transfer to other ministries (YFC Outreach), universities, colleges, or seminaries. Use the steps below to get started.
Why choose CUGN? Click here to review a tuition comparison chart.
Tuition is $200 per credit hour (payment plans available). You will be expected to purchase a textbook(s).
Need to Transfer Credit? Here's Your Next Steps:
Although numerous schools accept transfer credit from CUGN, we cannot guarantee that the credits earned will be accepted by your school (unless they are an official collaborating school). To ensure that a course you take through Christian University GlobalNet will be transferrable to your college or seminary, please follow these three steps:
2. Meet with your faculty advisor . Describe the CUGN course you desire to take, and share a copy of the course syllabus. If your faculty advisor approves of the course as part of your overall curriculum, schedule a meeting with your school’s registrar.
3. Meet with the registrar , presenting the course syllabus, the letter from CUGN, and, if possible, written recommendation from your faculty advisor.
Getting Started at CUGN:
Once you obtain the registrar’s approval, return to CUGN, submit a CUGN application, valid Photo I.D., a $15 application fee. Upon completing the admissions requirements, receive welcome instructions and begin your course.
Upon successful completion of your course, you will be issued a transcript that may be taken to your school for transfer of credit.
Review our full list of programs at www.cugn.org/programs