To qualify for admission to Moody Bible Institute Distance Learning undergraduate college-credit courses or degree programs, you must be:
|Fall Semester 1st eight-week term||July 24|
|Fall Semester 2nd eight-week term||September 25|
|Spring Semester 1st eight-week term||December 7|
|Spring Semester 2nd eight-week term||February 19|
|Summer Semester eight-week term||April 22|
|Independent Study and Online Self-Paced Students||Applications should be submitted two weeks prior to desired registration|
To be considered for admission, transfer candidates must meet all general entrance requirements, and be in good standing with the most recently attended educational institution (eligible to return and not on any form of probation).
Applicants must request that official transcripts be sent to Moody Bible Institute from the most recent college or university attended. Unless applicants have already earned a bachelor’s degree, students must ask their secondary school to send an official transcript as well. Final transcripts of all college work must be in the student’s file prior to enrollment at Moody.
Credits from regionally accredited colleges and members of the Commission on Accreditation of the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE) are fully transferable provided that they apply to the student’s course of study at Moody. Courses in which less than a C is earned (2.0 on a 4.0 scale) are not transferable. Upon matriculation an official evaluation of all transfer credits will determine each student’s projected graduation date.
It is not academically acceptable to apply credit used to fulfill the requirements of one bachelor’s degree towards the completion of a second bachelor’s degree at Moody. Therefore, students who already possess a bachelor’s degree are encouraged to consider our graduate programs. Moody Theological Seminary offers a variety of opportunities for individuals who have already obtained a bachelor’s degree, but desire to gain additional Bible and theology training.
International students will be required to have all academic documents and records evaluated by World Education Services or Education Credential Evaluators or any current member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services. A list of members may be found at www.naces.org/members.html. The evaluation must include a grade point average and a course by course evaluation. Applicants are responsible for paying the evaluation fee.
International students will be required to have all documents and records evaluated by World Education Services (wes.org or (212) 966-6311) or Education Credential Evaluators (ece.org or (414) 289-3400) or any current member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services. A list of members may be found at naces.org/members.html. The evaluation must include a grade point average and a course by course evaluation. Applicants are responsible for paying the evaluation fee.