At Bethel University, you’ll find a place where you belong—all so you can become who you’re meant to be. You’ll find the support you need in a vibrant, Christ-centered—and transfer-friendly—community on campus in the Twin Cities. With more than 100 areas of study, we encourage students like you to achieve their academic goals and grow in their faith. And 22 percent more transfer students graduate from Bethel in four years or less than at other private, nonprofit institutions.

If you want to complete your degree at a 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.

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Undergraduate Student profile

2,544Total undergraduate students
22% Domestic students of color or Native American students
60% Female students
6% Transfer students 
89% Students under 25
9% Non-traditional students

Credit transfer

Learn more about transferring credit to Bethel.

Maximum number of credits that can transfer
No limit, but at least half of a student’s chosen major needs to be completed at Bethel

Number of credits required for degree

Minimum cumulative GPA required

Minimum grade required for a course to transfer

View community or technical college transfer pathways for Bethel.

Block transfer acceptance for two-year college students

► Accepts Associate of Arts degree
► Accepts Minnesota Transfer Curriculum

Completion of MnTC or A.A. will satisfy all general education requirements except Christianity and Western Culture, 1 contemporary Christian issues course, and 1 Bible course.

Minimum required GPA for block transfer


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