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Rhema University enrolls and offers students equal educational opportunities without regard to race, color, creed or national origin. Attendance at Rhema University is a privilege. Students will forfeit this privilege if they do not adhere to the moral and ethical standards and ideals of this university. RU reserves its sovereign right to determine the credits transferred towards the degreed programs based on this institution's criteria. Furthuremore, RU reserves the right to withdraw a course at any time; change tuition and other fees; and change any other regulations that affect the students. These changes will be effective as RU deems necessary and will apply to prospective students as well as students currently enrolled.

Each institution of higher learning including, Rhema University. reserves the right to determine what credits it will transfer in towards its degreed programs. Therefore, RU cannot represent that its credits will transfer. The student must make that determination by checking with the institution to which they may want their credits transferred.

1. Course completion select a course and complete all written work and exams via correspondence or online.

2. Transfer credits from other degree programs earned from an approved college, university, bible school or seminary.

3. Prior learning credits may be awarded for seminars or for services attained through your job or church.

4. Assessment credit is a unique way to award credits integrating life or ministry experience and military service into a student’s current educational program.

5. Proficiency credit is awarded to students who possess a particular skill that is taught in a required course after successful completion of a proficiency test for that course.

****Note each credit hour consists of 15 classroom hours or its equivalent.****



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