College Now College Credit Plus and Family Pay Option courses allow qualified students in grades 7–12 to earn dual high school and college credit. Students must apply for admission to the program and be accepted before registering for classes.
Online courses are listed below. Please note that faculty members listed have taken the lead on the course content and delivery plan, but another faculty member may serve as the course instructor. Sample syllabi for each course can be accessed at the link Course Preview on the Course Menu. It is the student's responsibility to check for syllabus changes or updates when class begins.
Commuter students may view the on-campus course schedule.
Course descriptions are available in syllabi. To view syllabi, select Course Preview and hover your mouse over the Course Menu link. Start and end dates are shown for each course.
Course descriptions are available in syllabi. To view syllabi, select Course Preview and hover your mouse over the Course Menu link near the top of the page. Start and end dates are shown for each course.
Course descriptions are available in the syllabus. To view syllabi, select Course Preview and hover your mouse over the Course Menu near the top of the page.
This list represents typical or planned offerings. Instructors may change. Courses and instructors will be confirmed when the Office of the Registrar posts the official Spring 2016 schedule.
Transferability of Credits
Cedarville University offers excellent undergraduate, graduate, and online degree programs, but some students may choose to transfer their Cedarville credits to a different college after they graduate from high school.
Cedarville University is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, the organization recognized by the United States Department of Education as responsible for accrediting degree-granting post-secondary educational institutions in the 19 states of the North Central region, including Iowa. Thus, college credits earned at Cedarville are eligible to be transferable to any other accredited institution of higher learning in the United States.
Transfer Credits are defined as:
- Courses credits accepted by the receiving institution
- Courses that have passing grades
- Courses that appear on the student’s transcript at the receiving institution
Students need to plan carefully with an academic advisor at the institution where they wish to enroll in order to satisfy the requirements of the transfer institution. Students and parents should be aware that problems in transferring credits generally arise from three areas:
- Course transfer policies differ from one institution to another. While one college may allow a transferred class to satisfy a general education requirement, another institution may transfer it as an elective.
- Courses completed that are specific to a major may not be counted toward the major at the new school.
- Grades of D or F are not normally transferrable for many courses, but will appear on the student’s Cedarville University transcript.
Again, students should work closely with an academic advisor when planning to transfer credits to other colleges or universities.