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Transfer Evaluation System (TES)

Use our Transfer Evaluation System (TES) to see how credits from other colleges and universities will transfer to Bethel:

TES Equivalency Lists

Some courses will have a direct match, some will apply as general education credits, and others will apply for elective credits toward your degree.  

This tool is based on our  most recent course catalog. Some Bethel equivalencies may be slightly different than the listing, but final determination of transfer credits will be made after you’ve sent official transcripts to Bethel.

For help with searching or reading the results, you can reference this document

Don’t see your course or school?

Fill out a Course Equivalency petition.

We’ll coordinate with the academic department chairs to evaluate how your courses will transfer into Bethel. All schools must be regionally accredited and you must earn a grade of C or better for credits to be considered.

Sending Your Transcripts

You are responsible for making sure all official transcripts for transfer courses are sent to Bethel University.

Prospective Students:
Electronic transcripts: enrollment-data@bethel.edu Paper transcripts: Bethel University PO #2371, 3900 Bethel Drive, Saint Paul, MN 55112

Current Students:
Electronic transcripts: cas-registrar@bethel.edu
Paper transcripts: Bethel University, Office of the Registrar PO #2375, 3900 Bethel Drive, Saint Paul, MN 55112

You will receive an e-mail notifying you that your transfer work has been updated after Bethel has received your official transcript(s).

Transfer Entry Standing

The number of transfer credits you bring into Bethel will affect which general education requirements will be required for graduation. Please reference the Transfer Entry Standing chart in the catalog.

Questions?

If you’re a prospective student, talk with your admissions counselor. If you’re a current student, talk with the Office of the Registrar.