IWU Transfer Nexus
Welcome, transfer students! We are glad to hear that you are considering Indiana Wesleyan University. We will work hard to make your transition a successful experience. Please use the below categories to guide you to the transfer information that meets your needs.
College of Arts and Sciences (CAS)
The College of Arts and Sciences is IWU's traditional, residential campus. Our campus is a Christ-centered community of just over 3,000 students jointly seeking excellence in academic life, spiritual life and social life. Located in Marion, Indiana, the University is a local community with a global view.
We believe that acquiring an education is about more than completing a degree. It is about creating mentoring relationships with professors and establishing lifelong relationships with peers. It is about more than just finding a school, but finding a place where you will live and grow in a microcosm of the body of Christ. Earning that degree is about more than just finding a job. It is about finding a God-given calling, and building academic excellence on a foundation of scriptural truth. The four-year collegiate journey is one that should take you through both triumph and testing, and forge you into what the Creator intended you to be.
Explore how your credits will transfer into the College of Arts and Sciences.
College of Adult and Professional Studies (CAPS)
The College of Adult and Professional Studies serves the adult population with a variety of programs designed to meet the educational needs of specific adult audiences. It is IWU's desire to understand the special requirements of adults who are interested in earning a degree, but who must also continue meeting their professional and personal commitments. The programs in this college are designed for working adults by combining theory with practical experience.
Whether the intent is to complete an associate degree, finish a bachelor's degree, prepare for special education licensure, enter the world of higher learning with a master's degree, pursue a doctoral degree or earn one of our many certificates, our Adult Education Programs are designed specifically for an adult's busy lifestyle. With Education Centers and learning sites throughout Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio, and many of our programs offered online, obtaining a college education has never been more convenient.
Explore how your credits will transfer into the College of Adult and Professional Studies.
School of Nursing (SON)
Division of Pre-licensure Programs
The SON Division of Pre-licensure Programs is located at IWU's traditional, residential campus and offers a four-year traditional format that leads to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Following successful completion of the curriculum, students are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) in Indiana or another state, subject to that state's guidelines and regulations.
These Pre-licensure programs prepare men and women for professional nursing practice and provide a foundation for advanced study in nursing. The programs are committed to educating professional nurses prepared to change their world of influence through nursing practices grounded in the Christian ethos. The mission of the division is to provide quality nursing education within a Christian liberal arts university that equips professional nurse generalists for practice in diverse environments.
Explore how your credits will transfer into the SON Division of Pre-licensure Programs.
Division of Post-licensure Programs
The SON Division of Post-licensure Programs is available for nurses who are currently employed or have one year prior full- or part-time work experience as a licensed LPN or RN. The purpose of our programs is to change the world by providing a Christ-centered nursing education for adult learners that meets the highest standards for excellence and student outcomes. Participants will be drawn into an integrated experience of intellectual challenge, spiritual growth and leadership development that will empower them to impact the future of nursing and health care.
Explore how your credits will transfer into the SON Division of Post-licensure Programs.