Proof of High School
Proof of high school graduation or GED certification.
Original transcripts are required from all previous college or university study at regionally accredited colleges or universities or an institution accredited by the Association for Biblical Higher Education. Indiana Wesleyan University will accept for its permanent file only those transcripts sent in a sealed envelope directly to IWU by the registrar of the attended institution(s). Official transcripts must exhibit the official seal and signature of the registrar. Transcripts that are stamped “student copy,” “issued to student,” or “unofficial” cannot be accepted as official.
Prior completion of at least 60 transferable credit hours from a regionally accredited college or university or an institution accredited by Biblical Higher Education is required before the student is eligible to start a bachelor core program. A maximum of 40 hours of credit may be earned through the assessed learning process toward the required 60.
Completion of 120 credit hours.
Completion of the required core courses with a GPA of 2.5 or higher.
Overall cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher.
A total of 30 credit hours must be completed at the 300 & 400 level.
Completion of 30 hours of Liberal Arts, including the following:
3 credit hours in Biblical Literature.
3 credit hours in Philosophy/Religion/Biblical Literature.
9 credit hours in English/Composition/Speech/Literature.
6 credit hours in Social Sciences.
3 credit hours in Math.
3 credit hours in Science.
3 credit hours in Fine Arts/Foreign Language.
Payment of all tuition and fees.
Internet Requirement. Students will be required to have access to high-speed Internet for the duration of the program.
Audio and Video Equipment. Students will be required to obtain and/or utilize audio and video equipment for classes, group counseling, and practicums.
Background Checks. Students may be required to undergo background checks and drug testing in order to participate in the practicum courses.
Criminal Convictions. State regulations may prohibit licensure for individuals who have ever been convicted of a crime of violence or of any crime that has a direct bearing on the ability to practice competently. The applicant is responsible to check with the state in which he or she wishes to be licensed prior to beginning the program.