Known for its academic excellence, Bethel University prepares graduates whose academic background, spiritual maturity, and broad Christian vision give them exceptional potential for leadership and service. And we do this in a vibrant Christian community where students challenge and support one another. If you want to complete your degree at school that blends top-ranked academics with deep-rooted faith, Bethel is likely the right spot for you to transfer. You’ve worked hard earning credits, and at Bethel, we’d like to help you make those credits count towards your life-changing degree.

New or unique undergraduate programs
Accounting & Finance (BS)
Athletic Training (accredited)
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
Computer Engineering (BS)
Computer Science: Software Project Management
Electrical Engineering (BS)
Environmental Science (BS)
Mathematics with Data Science (BS)
Mechanical Engineering (BS)
Missional Ministries
Molecular Biology/ Biochemistry (BS)
Neuroscience (BS)
Reconciliation Studies
Religious Studies
Software Engineering (BS)

…and international travel opportunities

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2,741 Undergraduate students
20% Students of color or Native American students
63% Female students
13% Transfer students 
87% Students under 25
9% Non-traditional students

1,013 Graduate students

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Block transfer accepted *
Associate of Arts
Minnesota Transfer Curriculum

* Completion of Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) or A.A. will satisfy all general education requirements except: Christianity and Western Culture, Introduction to Wellbeing, one contemporary Christian issues course, 1-2 bible courses and a cross-cultural experience.

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