If you have taken any college courses – or even completed your associate degree – you may be surprised to learn how quickly and seamlessly you can earn your bachelor's degree at Colorado Christian University. CCU's College of Adult and Graduate Studies offers accredited bachelor degree programs designed specifically for adult students. You'll find courses that help you advance in your career, professors who mentor you, and fellow students that will become part of your professional network – and lifelong friends.
CCU has articulation agreements with specific colleges. A CCU enrollment counselor will be happy to review your college credits and provide a plan to help you get back on track with your degree.
Transfer Credits from Another College
For a bachelor’s degree, you can transfer up to 90 college credits from a regionally or nationally accredited college or university.
Prior Learning Credit
Earn college credit for your life experiences! Build a portfolio of your post-high school personal and professional learning experiences to earn college credits through our prior learning credit process.
Testing for Credit
Take advantage of low-cost CLEP, DSST, and UExcel testing options that allow you to earn college credit at a fraction of the cost and time involved in taking a specific elective course.
Transfer Credit Policies
At CCU's College of Adult and Graduate Studies, we value adult students and the real-world experience that you bring to the classroom. That's why we are committed to simplifying the transfer process and help you reach your ultimate goal – a bachelor's degree.
Through CCU's generous transfer credit policies, you may be able to transfer up to 90 college credits that you previously earned at a regionally or nationally accredited college or university toward a CCU bachelor’s degree.
If you attended a college in the Colorado Community College System (CCCS) and earned an Associate of Arts (A.A.) or Associate of Science (A.S.) degree, you are guaranteed admission to CCU's College of Adult and Graduate Studies for up to 12 months after graduation. Note: Because of program capacity and specialized entry requirements, there are no guarantees of admission to specific undergraduate degree or certificate programs.